The “rationality movement” is focused on helping people to be more rational in their approach. But is it helping people make better choices?
The ability of a leader to engage their team is a hot topic these days. The pressure of getting results can often make it difficult to do.
People long to be a part of something that is significant, and companies want highly performing teams that produce results. This combination is not so common. Is it really possible to attain such a lofty goal?
Your job as a wholesaler requires you to have a multitude of skills. The challenge is that we cannot possibly be a 10 in all skills. Honestly assessing your strengths and struggles will help keep you on track for your own best success.
People problems within multi-function corporate teams are often the result of a lack of Interpersonal Operational Insights based on behavioral assessments.
In many parts of the world financial regulators are placing more and more constraints on the industry. From improving record keeping in terms of recording advisor/client conversations to alerting the industry about the need to understand client behavior over and above tolerance to risk.
Do you feel as though you are always running to catch up? Advisors want to deliver excellent advice, they want to see satisfied clients, and they work hard to inform themselves to be able to give this level of service. So what’s the solution?
In today’s world we’re not really encouraged to think, and by that I mean to wrestle long and hard over issues that involve different mindsets, considering tradeoffs, and then arriving at specific well thought out conclusions.
What are the beliefs and the behaviors of true leaders? With so many people articulating different views, it’s hard to decipher a universal model upon which everyone would agree.