2018 will soon be in the books and for the most part it seemed to be a very good year for a lot of you, so congrats! To continue to build upon these successes and avert the challenges facing our profession, it is increasingly necessary that you continue to fully utilize every asset at your...
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“Successful Hiring is by far your best how-to guide to getting the right people on your bus and successfully navigating the future talent shortage in the financial planning profession.”
– Bob Veres, author, The New Profession
“Successful Hiring for Financial Planners is the go-to, comprehensive guide to recruiting, hiring, and training, new financial planners. If you're thinking about hiring for your firm, read this book.”
– Alan Moore, CFP®, Co-Founder, XY Planning Network
“In this essential guide, Caleb offers practical tools and techniques to optimize your hiring process to ensure that you identify and attract the candidates who are the best fit for your firm. A must read for firms focused on growth.”
– Dave Yeske, CFP®, Co-Founder Yeske Buie
“A talent shortage is on the horizon for our profession. Brown’s Successful Hiring for Financial Planners is the guide Abacus’s needs to compete for the best talent and more importantly, invest in that talent for our future success. From tips on working with younger generations to templates for a turnkey recruiting system, the book is a must read.”
– Cheryl Holland, CFP®, President & Founder, Abacus Planning Group
“Successful Hiring for Financial Planners is a must-read for any advisor who wants to expand their firm. Caleb shares strategies for hiring not just next-generation talent, but also for better managing the hiring process, including when to start planning for your next hire, how to evaluate new hires – as well as yourself -- and then integrate new talent successfully into your firm.”
– Kate Healy, Managing Director, Generation Next, TD Ameritrade Institutional
Most recent articles from our blog
Hiring and on-boarding new team members is a great way to increase the number of services you can offer and the number of clients you can service, but it can also be a lot of work and a challenging endeavor for those who don’t hire frequently. This month we interviewed Eric Sontag, COO of Sontag Advisory, who has...
In August, we reviewed some strategies for trying to retain an employee who you don’t want to leave. This month we review some things you can do to get an employee to leave if you don’t want to terminate them directly. Sometimes firm owners don’t terminate under-performing team members when they need to because of...
Last month, we reviewed possible warning signs that your employees might be looking to leave. In this month’s article, we offer some suggestions and ideas for overcoming common reasons employees cite as their reason for leaving (which varies depending on whether they’re leaving the profession, or just leaving for another firm), in an effort to...