Break Through Status Quo
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Break Through Status Quo
Status Quo is not always a bad thing. It is the reason that processes and procedures for success work so well. For the sake of replicating success, doing the same thing the same way is a benefit for developing young staff giving confidence to seasoned CPAs that work is done right.
However, when that same line of thinking and behaving is applied to the firm growing and developing, doing the same thing the same way will not breed success. Leaders must engage the initiative differently, especially those around client needs and wants and staff needs and wants.
When firm leaders understand the individual and organizational dynamics that prevent change and growth, they become open to alternative ways of instituting change in order to continue their success.
Contact me so we can discuss your situation to determine if the issues you face are status quo driven. Sometimes the call alone will set you on your way.
How to Get Started
The future of your firm depends on your ability to develop capable leaders. It is time to invest in a proven approach to professional development.
Simply contact Guy (Guy@PartnersCoach.com) to set up a call for more information on the program, determine if your firm is prepared for and would benefit from instituting the Partner-Pipeline, and any next steps if needed. No obligation or expectation.
– Joshua J. Bodenstadt, CPA
“Guy provides a unique insight on the firm’s structure and management. We tremendously value his experience and knowledge of CPA industry. He has almost instantly earned trust from our partners and staff. We rely heavily on Guy to lead us into the future as we strive to be a firm of choice for our clients and staff.”
– Mark Kruspodin, CPA/PFS, Duffy Kruspodin, LLP
“Guy’s approach was unique in that he was very hands on, easy going, and easy to get in touch with. He is a great person, excellent professional, and really does a great job with what he does,”
– Craig Springer, CPA
“There are many people in the service industry, but what separates Guy is his experiences working within a CPA firm. I’ve recommended Guy to many other firms. Firms that emphasize the skills Guy teaches, differentiate themselves. That’s the bottom line and an important issue. Guy not only comes with a program but has lived it, practiced it, and can speak from experience. He will make individuals and firms stretch to make them better individually and collectively,”
– Mark Topel, CPA, CFP
“Guy understands the opportunities and problems in an organization and is able to be involved in the decision making and problem solving steps. It is a tremendous asset for Guy to have the experience of working inside a firm. I would definitely recommend Guy to others. He has a really good understanding of what makes people tick. His educational background in counseling prior to coaching is a strong asset that mixes well with his firm experiences,”
– Tom Aman, CPA