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Partner-Pipeline

You hired your staff to make a difference for your clients and your firm. You need them to be high performing professionals, which is their aspiration also. But why do you believe they naturally know how? Where would they have learned what it means, what it takes and what to do? They may eventually get there, but it is a long learning curve—too long for them and for you. There’s a better way.

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Partner-Ready Program

Senior managers who are partner-potentials have a few voids to fill before they are considered partner-ready. A preferred way of preparing them is to create an individualized development plan and specific direction to get there. After all, being a partner in your firm means something different than being a partner in other firms, so customizing the preparation program makes all the sense.

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Break Through Status Quo

Strong leadership, good plans and partner accountability aren’t enough for your firm to break through status quo. Accountants and firms are stuck because they don’t understand the real problems holding them back. I use my education and experience in behavioral science to lead accounting firms to break through the inertia and status quo to produce results and success.

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Presentation Topics

Firm meetings and association conferences are successful when the presentations are stimulating, relevant and challenges current thinking about what they do. All of the Partners Coach presentations are rooted in the life and practice of public accounting firms and address issues related to firm health and growth.

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Blog Articles

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      I recently heard a message in church that really caught my attention. The minister’s point was that every day has “an order of the day” for which the day was created. Using principles and storie...

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      It’s never easy or comfortable to admit your failings. In fact, your brain protects you from considering such things by using techniques as minimizing, ignoring and excusing. For the most part, if y...

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    • When Safe is Risky

      From the individual perspective of change, everyone naturally wants to be safe and stable—in relationships, processes and habits. But sometimes, what appears to be safe really isn’t. Because life ...

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