Alexis Caught is co-author of the Harvard Law School case study on Professional Services Business Development (HLS 15-12) and is a Cambridge Associate, strategy consultant and public speaker. Having joined a leading international strategy consultancy straight after completing his degree in Communications and Media Law, he worked with global companies across pharmaceuticals, business and consumer goods with a specific focus on Insight, Innovation and Strategy.
After four years at the Head Office of the Strategy Consulting Firm, he relocated to The Netherlands to set up and lead their Insight offer as part of the Strategy Team in the Amsterdam Office. He worked with a number of leading brands conducting research and running projects across Europe, South America, China and Russia.
In 2014, having focused on strategy projects for law firms, Alexis moved full time into training and consulting, accepting an invitation to join the Møller Professional Service Firms Group at the University of Cambridge. He brings many years of experience in Client Insight and Service Excellence into his work with professional service firms across Europe and the USA. In 2016 he joined international law firm Nabarro, working on their merger with CMS & Olswang, subsequently helping to launch key strategic projects for the disputes team before returning to Møller in 2018. His attention to the correlation between people skills and business goals has seen him develop a specialism in inter-generational dynamics in the workplace, how law firms need to adapt to a changing work force, and has seem him be a contributing author to Heidi Gardner’s upcoming book Leadership For Lawyers being published in Summer 2019.
- Additionally, he has a particular interest in teaching on student and executive education programmes and his experience includes teaching at Harvard Law School, Sandhurst, University of Cambridge, London School of Economis and Political Science (LSE) and The University of Miami.
- His writing credits also include co-authoring the book Natural Networking, first published in 2014, on the tricky topic of networking, notably, how his fellow introverts can win at this seemingly extrovert skill. He is also the author of How to Lead Millennials in Leadership for Lawyers published by Globe Law and Business in 2019.
- When not at work, Alexis works with two charitable organisations, one that provides respite care and outdoor learning to young people with additional needs, the second that tackles youth homelessness.