The Neuro Science of Change Live at British Legal Technology Forum 2016
Missed the British Legal Technology Forum 2016? Listen to a recording of Andrew Woolfson and Trevor Comyn live at the British Legal Technology Forum 2016 simply by clicking the play button above.
Presentation Title: ‘Hearts & Minds: The Neuro Science of Change’
• Recognition – Why most of us are involved in change
• Considerations – How we can make our projects more successful
• Context – The psychology of change
• Case Study – The psychology of how a project can play out
• Summary – Insights & takeaways.
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Andrew Woolfson, Director of Knowledge Management & Capability,Reynolds Porter Chamberlain
Andrew Woolfson, Director of Knowledge Management & Capability at RPC and “Visiting Professor of Professional Services, Research and Enterprise” a Huddersfield University has 30 years of experience working in senior information, IT and knowledge management roles. Previously Andrew has been Global Director for IT & Knowledge at BDO International and
BDO UK’s Knowledge Director. Andrew’s career to date has tracked and to an extent led the rise of KM as a key aspect to the way organisations mobilise their experience, capabilities and knowledge especially within the field of Professional Services.
Trevor Comyn, Director of Knowledge, Learning & Development, Mills & Reeve
Trevor Comyn is the Director of Knowledge, Learning & Development at Mills & Reeve. Mills & Reeve is a major UK law firm, is ranked number 1 in the UK for client satisfaction by Legal Week, and has been in The Sunday Times’ 100 Best Companies to Work For list for twelve years. Mills & Reeve was an early adopter of knowledge management; in a 2014 LexisNexis survey 91% of Mills & Reeve lawyers agreed that the firm has a knowledge-sharing culture. Trevor leads a team whose remit includes knowledge management, professional support lawyers, legal process improvement & project management, learning & development, and library & information services. Trevor qualified as a chartered accountant with PwC and worked in two multinationals before returning to professional services where he was Head of People Development at BDO before moving to Mills & Reeve in 2005. Trevor is an accredited executive coach and has completed an MSc in Organisational Behaviour from
Birkbeck, University of London.