FLiP’s Victoria Nottage Featured in Legal Women Magazine May 2022
We are delighted that our colleague Victoria Nottage featured in the May edition of the Legal Women magazine. Legal Women is a quarterly publication for all UK women working in law who are interested in Equality, Diversity and Inclusion; this is something here at FLiP we recognise is important to show a genuine commitment to across our firm, in the work that we do and in the way that we do it.
In the article ‘Are you helping your colleagues grow?’ FLiP’s Victoria Nottage, our Practice Development Lawyer, and Clare Harding, a former solicitor and an executive coach at Clare Harding coaching, discuss how adopting more of a coaching approach can empower others to think for themselves. They also offer their top tips for helping develop expertise and advice by generating new thinking and coming up with new ideas within the workplace. Their guidance is particularly welcome given that the workplace is constantly changing, more so now than ever before with the huge surge in hybrid working and working from home.
The full article is available here.
Victoria Nottage said:
“I really enjoyed writing this article with executive coach Clare Harding. It looks at the benefits of adopting a coaching approach in the daily interactions that take place with work colleagues. We also set out some tips for how to get started.”
Victoria Nottage is responsible for knowledge management and professional development at Family Law in Partnership.
Clare Harding is an executive coach at Clare Harding coaching and former solicitor who supports lawyers and other professionals to achieve their goals. She also helps law firms and other organisations to retain and develop talent.