We pride ourselves on helping you to do what is fundamentally right for your pupils/students and organisation. Always ahead of the curve, we provide fresh ideas and out of the box thinking to ensure that your organisation is prepared, and able to take advantage of sector developments and opportunities. As part of our broader range of support of insightful and experimental development programmes we launched an executive coaching service for our clients to deliver on this commitment.
Coaching is a powerful method of ensuring people achieve to their full potential. All too often, coaching is only proposed when there is a specific issue to be addressed and an individual has asked for (or has been advised to get) support. Coaching can be so much more than this.
Coaching can help leaders to find the space and time to prioritise, re-energise and to reflect on what they have learnt, how they see the future for their organisation and the opportunities and risks the broader landscape presents.
Our coaching service is ideal for:
Our team of coaches includes individuals from a variety of backgrounds with a range of coaching styles so we are confident that you will be able to find a suitable match to your requirements.
We have a range of offers we have designed for the sector which you can access below. If you wanted to discuss a bespoke programme, please do contact one of the team.
Browne Jacobson’s education team has been named as winner of the ‘Legal Advisors to Education Institutions’ category at the Education Investor Awards 2022 for a record sixth time.
The new set of Legal 500 directory rankings have been published and we are proud to once again be recognised as one of the country’s leading firms advising the Education sector.
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.
Former Managing Partner turned coach, Iain Blatherwick reflects on how the challenges of retaining top talent have become more complex over the last 18 months and some steps to safeguard against this.
Former Browne Jacobson Managing Partner turned coach, Iain Blatherwick builds on recent articles about mental wellbeing for leaders and the importance of culture to consider leadership in a crisis.
In the latest in our occasional series Iain Blatherwick, former Managing Partner of Browne Jacobson and now a management coach, reflects on the importance of culture to law firms’ survival over the past ‘Covid months’ and the importance of building on strong foundations.
Former Browne Jacobson Managing Partner turned coach, Iain Blatherwick briefly outlines the pressures and responsibilities that come with leading a successful law firm and highlights the importance of why mental wellbeing should be high on every law firm leader’s personal agenda.
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.