APSMA Hong Kong is pleased to invite you to the following lunch-time presentation, hosted by King & Wood Mallesons.
Are you wondering if you are getting enough out of your job or your team? Do you feel like you have more to offer but don’t know where to start? With there being no concept of a typical day in professional services marketing, finding time to manage your career can feel impossible, especially when your inbox is groaning under the weight of urgent requests for proposals, partner demands, team complaints and a directory submission or five…
This seminar is about much more than time management, though. Whether you want to get the most out of your current role, or are looking towards your next promotion, this session will provide you with tips to help you succeed. Our speakers will provide insights into the skills which partners, BD directors and Chief Operating Officers would like to see in today's BD and Marketing teams. Drawing on some of the principles of coaching and lessons (hard) learnt during their own careers in professional services marketing, they will share techniques to help you to unlock your potential while handling your day job and managing your team.Focusing on positive change, this session is aimed at BD and Marketing professionals of all levels of seniority - and enthusiasm.
Since beginning her career in a business development role at Allen & Overy, Joanne (Jo) has held international BD roles in professional services firms in Europe, the US and Asia. Most recently, she has been Asia Head of Business Development for both Freshfields and Linklaters.
Jo set up Artemis Gray in 2014 to focus on those aspects of her in-house roles she enjoyed the most: coaching, training and consulting. Together with Andrew McGrath, she has delivered training for lawyers and BD professionals on networking, winning new business and all aspects of client relationship management. She remains hopeful that lawyers will get it one day. She did her coach training with the NeuroLeadership Group in 2014 and is a member of the International Coach Federation.
Andrew is a qualified lawyer who practised in Sydney, and has held several business development leadership roles. He moved to Asia in 2002, taking a regional Client Focus Manager role at Clifford Chance in Hong Kong, before being promoted to Asia Director of Business Development.
Almost 8 years at Clifford Chance were not enough so Andrew then did 4 years in a consulting role with US law firm Paul Weiss focusing on training, strategy and general business development. As well as his training role with Jo, Andrew has a thriving recruitment and consulting business with Greenlight Consulting.
||Wednesday, 11 November 2015
||12:30pm to 2:00pm
||King & Wood Mallesons, 13/F Gloucester Tower, The Landmark, 15 Queen's Road Central, Central, Hong Kong
||Members - free
Non-Members - HK$400 | AU$71
APSMA thanks event sponsor