When you want growth AND the freedom to take your business to new levels, what is the key? Imagine if your team members gave you their discretionary effort. Not just what they’re required to do, but to willingly and enthusiastically go beyond your expectations.
I can count so many moments in my professional career where I thought I was the only one who could do certain things. But every time I let go and gave ownership to junior team members, the freedom I experienced multiplied my energy and creativity. Here are the top ways to build a loyal team.
When you’re running your own business, you find yourself taking on several roles, roles you didn’t even know existed. You find yourself wearing too many hats — and eventually end up feeling overworked, overwhelmed, and burned out. That’s why you should always aim to “replace” yourself.
Fostering an engaging, growth-focused culture is so much more than just coming up with core values. It requires the right business structure, and strategic leadership that inspires ownership and responsibility from the next generation.
In a small group this week, we talked about the Qii mindset.
Let’s take a quick step back and review: Qii is “Quadrant 2,” the second of four quadrants popularized by Steven Covey as a method for organizing one’s priorities. Quadrant 2 is the “Important, Not Urgent” category.
Most of the time, many of us operate in "Quadrant 1," which represents the “Impor...
Your firm’s succession plan is designed to gradually transfer ownership, leadership, and growth responsibilities to the next generation of advisors. So, how do you ensure the process goes smoothly? FP Transitions' Kem Taylor explains how the tranche system can facilitate an effective transition.