IBC Leadership & 21st Century Management Seminar

60 minutes to stop, think, listen and ask questions about leadership and management, looking at what used to work and still does and some disruptive thinking we can benefit from. The talk will include:

  • Appreciating the learning we can grab from success, failure and some great ideas that are around.
  • Understanding why we need to shift from "Command & Targets" to "Coaching & Trust".
  • Defining "Engagement" and how do you achieve it.
  • Appreciating the power of focussing on why you do things rather than what you do.

Some feedback on this talk from the LPMA conference included: 

"your whirlwind around management and leadership was just what was needed."

"I really enjoyed your presentation ….  Many thanks.  As I said, I could not agree with you more on all points."  

"I also wanted to say a big thank you for speaking at the conference on Friday it was really interesting and very much appreciated"

The IBC have been fortunate to secure the services of Tim Collins Director of The Tim Collins Consultancy.

The talk will last for 40-50 minutes with an opportunity for questions at the end.

Please book via the eventbrite page to book a place for this seminar; here

Date: Tuesday 14th June 2016

Time: 6pm

Venue: 39 Essex Chambers, 81 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1DD

Cost: Free for members of IBC  

£20 for non members. 

Geoff Carr

IBC Education Committee

A little bit about Tim Collins;

Originally from London, Tim read psychology in Sheffield before being recruited by Procter and Gamble. After working in advertising and marketing, in 1997 he joined No.6 Barristers' Chambers. In 2013 he left to form his own consultancy and now works nationally with individuals and businesses drawing from his 30+ years of experience and… many mistakes!

As well as coaching dozens of successful judicial and Silk candidates, Tim consults on business development and leadership. He is the North West Regional Director for PM Forum, was an accredited GrowthAccelerator coach and now mentors many diverse businesses for Entrepreneurial Spark. Although he remains in Yorkshire, he works throughout the UK, collaborates on arts and community projects, tells stories and sinks more than he swims most mornings –  see more