Training programmes - Leading Your Team

Is this the first time you have had to lead and manage a team?

Let’s start with supporting you to excel at leading your team.

I have two one-2-one coaching and training packages that are customised to you:

This training will fill in specific expertise gaps such as how to lead change or handling effectively non-performing members.

If you have more experience in management you may need training for more specific issues, for example:


Does your team need training?

Training topics required to create a team that excels

Vision and Values

  • What is a vision and why is it needed for Law Firms in the current legal landscape.
  • What your values are and how do they align with your firm brand.

Communication Techniques to Promote Collaborative Team Working

  • Understand how we communicate and the most important communication of all.
  • A review of the Miro assessment of the whole team.
  • Assertive communication techniques for collaborative team working.
  • Team protocol for working collaboratively.

How to be Effective in Team Situations – two vital skills for lawyers in a busy Legal Practice

  • Self-confidence.
  • Resilience.

Networking Methods to Support Your Strategic Business Goals

  • Networking planning and preparation for lawyers including follow up activities.
  • How to work a room and be confident at small talk to build relationships with future potential clients.

To find out more about team training, use the button below to get in touch

Has your team changed due to expansion or contraction?

This can mean you will need:

  • A coaching review of your skills to lead during a time of change
  • A team away training day or a lunchtime session to build a cohesive team. This can include communication techniques to promote collaborative team working or networking methods to support the team’s business growth goals.
  • A programme of short lunch time workshops addressing specific issues such as stress management, self-confidence, networking
  • A Polis conversational survey of the new and old members to start building a high-performance team

To find out more about team training, use the button below to get in touch

Is your team dysfunctional? Are your team struggling with communication issues?

How can MiRo Psychometric Testing help your team?

When a team is struggling, it is unlikely that the issues will correct themselves. In fact, if not tackled, problems can get worse rather than better.

A team assessment is a powerful way to identify the core issues and find the most efficient solutions.

MiRo is a psychometric assessment tool that can help teams to improve by building a picture of the group using the individual assessments of team members.

By reviewing the team against a number of variables, the MiRo Team Report is intended to give some indication of the expected behaviours and attitudes that might be at work within the group, together with suggestions and recommendations for change.

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As with any psychometric, the MiRo Team Report can never be a substitute for direct knowledge of a team, which is why a qualified consultant practitioner always administers it. It can, however, augment that first hand understanding, and the combination of the two can form a powerful resource, which can be deployed to help your team.

As an accredited Practitioner, Ann helps leaders understand the assessment to inspire their team to even better performance. 

As Geoff Wild, Director of Law & Governance stated in the Lawyer (2/4/07):

Good staff give you the competitive advantage, Customers can identify with 92% accuracy which employees are poor performers, For every 1% of employees who are dissatisfied, 5% of customers are, Dissatisfied employees are 20% less productive than satisfied employees.

Team performance and effectiveness will be noticed by the client!

Benefits of the MiRo Team Report include:

  • Understand and improve group decision-making
  • Dealing with change
  • Improving communication inside and out
  • Creating, maintaining and improving relationships
  • Understanding and dealing with conflict

Would you like to know more about MiRo Psychometric Testing?

Visit the MiRo Information Page here