In today’s frantic paced world, there’s often an expectation that leaders need to have answers at their fingertips, and that’s it’s not OK to say “I don’t know” or “I’m not sure”
Social media is a mind-boggling challenge for some advisors, but as president and founder of PR consultancy i-Impact Group Claudio Pannunzio explains, it may just be worth your time putting a little bit of free advice out there.
Without an exit strategy, the value of an advisor’s business can wither on the vine.
Social networking is the vanguard of marketing for small finance businesses. Intellitrain’s Byron Gray demystifies the opportunities inherent in being LinkedIn.
Financial advice is a field that very few customers understand well and setting yourself apart in that context can be tricky. Here's five ways you can ensure consumers think of you first
Everyone has the same amount of hours in a day but advisors are often under growing pressure to use theirs more efficiently. Here's 10 ways advisors can manage their time to add more value to clients
The ability to read body language can be invaluable to advisors, as it enables them to recognize and respond to clients’ negativity, fast.
By having a 360 degree view of your client and consolidating your data, you can achieve ‘always-on’ marketing and better client loyalty
Take advantage of the quiet August period by evaluating the structure of your business and prospecting new clients – and stay ahead of competitors
Advisor-client relationships rarely survive the death of a client’s spouse, and sustaining a relationship may depend more on empathy than financial knowledge.
More and more professionals are closing their email accounts for good – is it time for planners to follow suit?