Bear Markets are naturally occurring events. This creates a tremendous opportunity to develop our leadership skills so we can be there to support each other and your clients. Rob Knapp explains the process to stay healthy while growing your practice in difficult markets.
Posts By: Cindy Beuoy
The Gap Analysis is used as a tool to help you set goals for your team. It’s a simple way of building a business plan for your team. For Planning, for example, you would ask your team to rank the effectiveness of planning. The first question would be how are we doing in terms of… Read more »
Financial advisors should create a folder for each client or prospect that gives them a record of that client’s risk tolerance, enthusiastically endorsed professionals, introductions given and received, an agenda and other important information. We have put together a sample of what can go into the folder. To order a sample folder visit the Supernova… Read more »
Clients and prospects will appreciate your thoughtful attention to every detail. You will be adding value by giving them a folder they can use to reference their upcoming meetings, agenda, and other information about your team. Click on the link below to access the downloadable file. We recommend using a medical folder that you can… Read more »
Largely in the past the financial services industry followed a sales oriented, transaction based, unstructured approach. Clients would stop by and chat or call in whenever they had a question and their advisor would call them every time he had a new stock or mutual fund or bond to sell them. As advisors started to… Read more »
Curtis Brown Retaining clients and doing a “deeper dive” to examine clients’ goals, problems, and overall financial needs and concerns is an area that teams can excel at providing. Teams have a leg up on sole practitioners because of the perceived value that the client is getting more than one person serving their needs. This… Read more »