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Business Development Programme

The business of your law firm is now the responsibility all lawyers within the firm. Contribution to the growth of the business requires that everyone is up to speed with the skills needed to obtain clients, maintain profits and retain the firm’s reputation. Read More

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Partners Development Programme

As a key person in the firm, it is critical that you drive the firm’s business, effectively push your team, continuously strengthen your practice, reinforce your reputation in the legal arena all the while to remain an asset to your company, your colleagues and your clients.
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Associates Development Programme

From Managing Associates to newly qualified Associate, it is about reinforcing your reputation with your clients, building up your practice and working collegiate with your peers; it is a crucial time to develop yourself into becoming a great lawyer or maintaining your reputation as an established associate.
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About SKILLSSANCTUARY

SKILLSSANCTUARY is in three words:  Soft Skills Specialists.

As a corporate training company, based in Chancery Lane London, we specialise in delivering soft skills training.  We work with lawyers, law firms and their learning and development team meeting ALL their soft skills development training. The results in developing your soft business skills ensures you can:

  • quickly build your own practice;
  • create a strong client following;
  • confidently participate in your firm’s business development;
  • increase added value to your clients’ business; and
  • easily meet your SRA annual declaration and regulatory continuing competencies.

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LATEST BLOG

3110, 2018

8 Quick Tips for training your staff on a Budget.

In line with the Government’s end of year Budget, and knowing that training (and marketing) budgets are the first to be reduced when financial decisions are being made, here are my 8 Quick Tips for […]

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LATEST BLOG

609, 2018

STOP holding back the tears, a warning signal

Shedding tears can be seen as a sign of weakness. And even though crying is natural, it is unfortunately seen as weakness and cant cope in the workplace. But crying is a natural response to […]

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