As Special Adviser on Leadership and Strategy Development.
Colonel Stewart has worked with LBC Wise Counsel at the LBCambridge spring and summer schools for in-house lawyers at Queens’ College Cambridge since the inaugural event in September 2006 and now joins LBC Wise Counsel as a Special Adviser.
In addition to supporting LBCambridge, Colonel Stewart will work with LBC Wise Counsel to develop content for new and innovative leadership programmes for senior in-house lawyers and to contribute insight and know-how to strategy development for in-house teams and law firms.
LBC Wise Counsel help in-house teams and law firms to fulfil their potential. It is one of the companies contributing to the debate on legal services innovation and is at the forefront of soft skills development and in strategic and operational performance improvement; at this time of significant change and uncertainty this is an important appointment to the LBC Wise Counsel team of advisers.
Colonel Bob Stewart DSO says:
“I have thoroughly enjoyed working with Paul Gilbert and his team for almost three years now and I know they are making a real and significant difference to the in-house lawyers who attend the LBCambridgeTM programme. I now look forward to making a bigger contribution in future as we develop new programme content and work with clients.”
Paul Gilbert, Chief Executive, LBC Wise Counsel says:
“We are delighted to work with Bob Stewart and to be able to develop new and innovative programmes for lawyers that draw on his experiences and expertise. Whenever Bob speaks at one of our events he makes an immediate and lasting impression; now we have the opportunity to work with him on a range of initiatives and to offer the opportunity for our clients to work with Bob as well.”
About Colonel Bob Stewart DSO
Commissioned as an infantry officer in 1969 Bob Stewart was an infantry officer for the next 26 years. In March 1991 he assumed command of 1st Battalion the Cheshire Regiment. He was the first British UN Commander in Bosnia during 1992-93 for which he was awarded the DSO. Promoted to Colonel he then took up the appointment of Chief of Policy at Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers in Europe.