THE Qii APPROACH
What You Can Expect
Qii Consulting starts every engagement with discovering your power tools: the aspirations, talents and passion that drive you personally and professionally.
With this pivotal foundation, we move into a deeper understanding of your business. We then work together to identify your most compelling opportunities and limiting challenges, and develop strategies to build your engine for growth. This discovery will dictate the Qii actions needed to reach your goals. This is Qii's Advisor, Know Thyself method.
Our Qii approach provides leverage to do the heavy lifting. Everything we do is in the context of providing you a fulcrum on which to compound the growth of your financial advisory business and gain freedom exponentially. We give you the structure to protect and increase your energy and creativity so you can do more with less, and help you find synergy in relationships that deliver 10 for 1 + 1.
By aligning your strategies with your personal tools, this method allows you to make informed decisions about the right next steps for you and your practice. This also informs Qii and guides the right recommendations to reach your next level goals.
Inspired by Stephen Covey, 7 Habits of Highly Effective People - and Dwight D. Eisenhower (August 19, 1954), Address at the Second Assembly of the World Council of Churches, Evanston, Illinois. (retrieved 31 March 2015). Note that Eisenhower does not claim this insight for his own, but attributes it to an (unnamed) "former college president”: "I have two kinds of problems, the urgent and the important. The urgent are not important, and the important are never urgent.
Grow through Strengths
"Gallup has studied thousands of work teams and millions of leaders, managers and employees and discovered the significant potential in developing what is innately "right" with people versus trying to fix what's "wrong" with them. A focus on employee strengths proceeds from the simple notion that we are all better at some things than others and that we would be happier and more productive if we spent more of our time doing those things."
“Almost seven in 10 employees (67%) who strongly agree that their manager focuses on their strengths or positive characteristics are engaged. When employees strongly disagree with this statement, the percentage of workers who are engaged in their work plummets to 2%.”
Excerpts from BUSINESS JOURNAL
July 7, 2016 by J. Brandon Rigoni and Jim Asplund