Thrive Law expands services to address managerial training gap

Research shows that half of workers intend to leave their jobs within the next year due to ineffective management. In light of this, Thrive Law is expanding its training and consultancy services. This resolve has stemmed from findings featured in the Chartered Management Institute’s recent study on UK management and leadership. The study unveiled that 82% of new managers lack formal management training, while 52% hold no management qualifications.


Meet Chelsea Brooke-Ward

To bolster its capacity to meet a growing demand for training courses, Thrive has announced the appointment of barrister Chelsea Brooke-Ward as a trainer. Chelsea, known for her expertise in employment law and serving as head of the employment team at Park Square Barristers, will integrate her role at Thrive alongside her existing legal practice.

Her experience as a published author and practitioner positions her to deliver tailored in-house seminars and training sessions for employers, HR practitioners, and law firms. Chelsea’s addition to the Thrive team aims to enhance the firm’s legal training portfolio, particularly amid recent legislative changes in employment law, with more transformations on the horizon.

Founder and managing partner of Thrive, Jodie Hill, expressed her enthusiasm about Chelsea’s appointment; “I’m delighted to be working with Chelsea. I’ve known her for many years, and her values are well aligned with my own and those of Thrive.”

Jodie continued: “When I launched Thrive, I didn’t want to only provide reactive legal services for when things go wrong. Instead, I wanted to educate and empower employers to have the right skills to deal with their people challenges effectively,”

“This news underscores our dedication to working with and developing the next generation of progressive employers, which encourage and support everyone to be their best and truest selves at work, while realising potential, boosting performance, and ensuring psychological safety.”


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Emma Cockings
Emma is the content editor for Yorkshire Legal News. Emma is an experienced writer with a background in client-centric personal injury law for a major firm. She has attended and reported on numerous high-profile legal events in Yorkshire.