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PSMG launches a brand new programme - “Managing to Lead”

PSMG is pleased to announce a new series of breakfast meetings that has been developed specifically for Marketing & BD Managers who are working towards senior leadership positions in the future. 

This new initiative is not only intended to be educational and informative but will provide delegates with the opportunity to develop their personal brand, a network of peers and will offer unique interaction with senior Marketing & BD leaders across the Professional Services sector. It will also provide greater insight for the road ahead and the challenges faced when progressing from manager to leader. 

This new initiative is not intended to be a step by step guide to processes etc., but will be a forum to explore strategic issues that need to be considered around various selected topics. In addition, we will focus on the challenges Managers face in this environment and how best to deal with those challenges and how leadership skills come into play. 

The programme will be run as a quarterly series in the format of round-table breakfast discussions. Chatham House rules will apply.  Each session will focus around one or two topics with a senior leader in their field talking through their xperiences and offering practical advice. 

We have a small working committee set up to help generate topics for the series which includes two BD Managers from Charles Russell Speechlys and Travers Smith. If you would like to be involved in the generation of content for this series, please contact We are keen this programme accurately reflects the needs of those within it. 

We are delighted to announce the first event will take place on 15th May 2018 with Michelle Elstein, Director of Market Development & Strategy – Europe, Morrison & Foerster (UK) LLP at the offices of Charles Russell Speechlys 5 Fleet Place, London EC4M 7RD. 

More details and cost to attend the launch event can be found at and we very much hope you will be able to support this programme.


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