The Supernova Leadership Five Star Model equips a team to be more efficient and grow at an accelerated rate through accountability of their actions. The Supernova process assigns certain responsibilities to team members by making them “Vice Presidents” of an area and then holds them responsible for specific actions related to that area. Separation of duties increases the… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Leadership
It is critical to your growth to communicate your values and expectations to your team members, whether you are a team of two or twenty. I was coaching an advisor a few months ago and he asked me to intervene between him and his administrative assistant. He was too afraid to talk to her himself and… Read more »
One of the tragedies of the financial services business is that we continue to duplicate our mistakes. Here are three mistakes made on the street that you can change right now. We know that the old-fashioned method of cold calling that worked in the 70s, 80s, and 90s is dead. And yet, many firms rely… Read more »
Recently the Supernova team attended a National Speakers Association conference in Tampa, Florida. The opening speaker was Stephen Shapiro. We were not only blown away by his presentation, but also blessed, encouraged and challenged to rethink much of what we are doing each day. A lot of his information translates perfectly to Supernova. Here is… Read more »
Junior advisor can have a difficult time getting current clients and prospects to see them as an equal on the team. Youth and lack of experience can undermine their abilities. Here are some ideas you can incorporate into winning the confidence of clients and prospects. When you work for a big firm you can take… Read more »
Gap analysis is used to help teams grow. What makes the team effective? What were the specializations the team might adopt? Learn how your team can do a self analysis of the areas that are important and then apply those findings to make your team more productive.