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Empathy, or the ability to sense other people’s emotions, is a must must-have trait to become an effective financial planner. Since financial planning is primarily a relationship business that involves dealing with people, the better you can understand why people feel, act, and do what they do, the more successful you will be.
Everyone who follows these articles knows that our approach is to be as thorough and precise as possible when it comes to candidate selection. At what point, though, does a hiring process become too lengthy and a deterrent for job seekers? Since, the current demand for new planners is high and supply is small, the...
Since financial planning positions, at least the client facing ones, are about building trust and rapport, and conveying a certain gravitas, etc., you shouldn’t hire someone without meeting them in person. Phone and video conference interviews are an efficient tool for the early interview stages, but an in-person meeting is a must before making a final offer.