Published at: 2019-06-12 10:39 | Author: Robert McLean
" I am not a fan of trying to expand into areas where we're not 100% competent"
What’s guided your theory of management?
I’d start by saying that in no way do I consider myself an accomplished manager – lawyers rarely are and I am no exception. In 2007 when we started Wilsons, it was genuinely a very steep learning curve for me. Whilst I had been Head of CEE Real Estate at Linklaters, the management responsibilities for that were minimal and so my ‘management’ experience had really come from guiding teams in transactions. Whilst this may not always be apparent to everyone,...

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