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Iain advises on Governance and Leadership issues, with three key areas of focus 1) executive leadership coaching for clients 2) business structures – in particular family companies, LLPs and partnerships, and 3) private client – in particular relating to family businesses and succession, trusts and estate planning.
Iain was Managing Partner at Browne Jacobson for 11 years, a period which saw unprecedented growth and expansion for the business. He wanted to make use of the skills, insights and experience – of both highs and lows - he gained as a leader and believed that this would be valuable to clients as they look at issues around leadership and governance. Iain completed the Academy of Executive Coaching (AOEC) Practitioner Diploma course and is now a qualified coach accredited at Practitioner level by the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC).
Coaching a number of new Board level appointees for large corporates as they transition into that new key role.
Review and adoption of new of LLP Agreement.
Representing a family trust through a share sale process.
"I was really pleased to have the opportunity to work with Iain, who is well respected in the market for his experience as a successful business leader. The sessions were a real eye opener and gave me valuable food for thought."
"Whilst the legal understanding is as you would expect from a leading firm of advisors, the ability to relate to the cultural and operational challenges that exist within an LLP is where the true value is added. Empathetic, pragmatic advice based on knowledge, listening and experience."
National law firm Browne Jacobson has grown its team behind its dedicated Space + Time executive coaching programme with the addition of two more qualified coaches who will work with clients in the education sector.
As we await the publication of the Government’s White Paper on local government reorganisation (LGR) it felt timely to reflect on the experiences of the previous Managing Partner (MP) of Browne Jacobson on leading an organisation through change.