Time is often a scarce commodity in businesses. If we just had more hours in the day, we could achieve so much more, grow our businesses faster, see more customers, create more opportunities, design more products
Being a good mentor is not about telling your mentee what to do, says Jan Bowen-Nielsen of Quiver Management
Mentoring is just giving good advice, isn’t it? Not quite. Being a mentor is a really rewarding
All of us make thousands of decisions every day. As executive coaches we often act as sounding boards for key decisions and choices that senior leaders in financial services need to make.
I fully appreciate that the interpersonal skills will help ‘sell’ the adviser and what they have to offer. But what I’m taking from Chris’ article is not that this is about selling, but rather about
I agree completely Chris.
This is not just a challenge for financial advisers and planners. Most other professionals e.g. consultants, solicitors, accountants etc., should have this as part of their training. The
Presenting or speaking to an audience regularly tops the list in surveys of peoples’ top fears – more than heights, flying or even dying! So, you are not alone if the thought of speaking in public scares you. On
Interesting article. This was something I had to respond to 🙂
The fundamental presumption that the coachee must believe that the coach knows the answer, for the process to work is in my opinion and my
In your role as an IFA, how often have you been asked the question: How much is enough for me to retire and live comfortably? You are the expert, so this should be easy for you to answer – do you have a figure in