The non-communicating, non-responsive manager is a detriment to the financial advisor and recruiter alike.

For those who work under him, problems rarely are solved unless it's due to an assistant who's constantly running cover up for the managers lack of interest or organizational skills. Unless you are a team or an advisor whose business is totally self-sufficient—which is never the case in today's compliance-ridden marketplace—the non-communicating manager can cost you big bucks.

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