Get ready to accelerate your contracting
Contracts are the lifeblood of your company: the source of both revenue and third party support. Yet contracting processes too often undermine the relationships they are meant to create.
We run regular online workshops for anyone who wants to help their company enter into agreements faster and stop wasting money on slow, expensive and inefficient processes that are a turn-off to prospective customers and suppliers.
We will show you how you can create scalable contracting processes that are faster and cheaper while building better commercial relationships.
There’s a proven path to improving contracting processes and ways to avoid common mistakes. But too often teams feel stuck dealing with the challenges of managing the day to day business demand in the face of headcount freezes and financial pressures while unclear what to change and how.
Often what’s stopping teams from getting to this promised land are some simple, understandable, and fixable roadblocks. Getting to grips with those gives you the key principles that underpin transforming your contracting processes.
Issues we will cover include:
- Seven common mistakes that teams make
- The key principles that underpin successful contracting
- The three-stage method to fix your contracting process
In a 90-minute interactive online workshop we'll uncover what's holding your team, and your organisation, back from accelerating your contracting, and walk through some ways you can start solving this business-critical challenge.
NEXT WORKSHOP DATES:
Wednesday 11th November AVAILABLE
Tuesday 20th October AVAILABLE
Thursday 1st October LIMITED AVAILABILITY
Tuesday 15th September CLOSED
Wednesday 19th August CLOSED
Thursday 16th July CLOSED
Thursday 9th July CLOSED
3.00pm to 4.30pm (UK)
General Counsel, legal team leaders and legal ops in companies handling more than 100 contracts a year.
At the end of this session you'll:
- have a better understanding of the root causes of your contracting problems
- understand the basic processes and tools that you need to put in place and how to approach your standard templates
- know the legal technology that is available and which ones actually help
- have a blueprint for how to approach fixing your contracting process, so that you can accelerate the pace of change
- leave with a set of principles, frameworks and tools you can put to work immediately.
"I’d recommend Radiant for helping a company learn how to move the dial and make an impact, how to simplify the way you contract and provide legal advice and have a good customer experience, how to get your data in shape, how to make changes. They give companies ideas to think about, they don’t just look at the problem but the cause.
It was always brilliant when we had conversations with Alex: he made us think bigger, look at future proofing, see the bigger picture, think about how to unlock potential. He was so good at making connections between the systems, tools and processes we have internally but that we haven’t tied up, he could cut to the chase and really help."
Legal Project Manager, Vodafone
Alex Hamilton is the CEO and founder of Radiant Law, the UK-based award-winning New Law firm.
Alex is focused on improving the contracting process for clients, leading product and tech development. He also regularly talks and writes on improving contracting, LawTech and the changing legal industry. He has led a number of projects that have been recognised by the FT’s Innovative Lawyer Awards.
Alex is qualified to practice law in England and New York and specialises in outsourcing, technology and commercial contracts. Before founding Radiant Law, he was a Partner at Latham & Watkins and co-Chair of Latham & Watkins’ global Technology Transactions Group.
Build a roadmap for improvement
Radiant Law’s benchmarking tool is designed to help you identify what are usually ‘important not urgent’ issues that are holding back your contracting. It will provide you with a roadmap for planning improvements and development of your business' capabilities.
During the workshop you’ll learn more about the insight the benchmarking report provides. If you want to complete it now, click here to get started.