Updated Saturday, August 23, 2014 as of 7:28 AM ET

Build a Better Career Path for Your Staff

Advisors get frustrated when team members donít care as much or work as hard as they do. Yet advisors do not realize that itís hard for people to stay motivated if they donít see any reward for working harder, better or faster. For advisory firm staff, hard work and firm revenue growth do not necessarily correlate to increased compensation. As a result, growth is often a firm-driven directive rather than an objective in which team members have a common interest.

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Comments (1)
Matt,

Seems like we were on the same thought path this month talking about career paths! I'm interested as to your thoughts about having a broad career path versus one that is very narrow and detailed. Here's my article here for reference:

http://www.financial-planning.com/fp_issues/2013_10/dave-grant-career-strategy-for-financial-advisors-2686524-1.html

Regards,
Dave
Posted by Dave G | Tuesday, October 01 2013 at 5:58PM ET
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