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Are Your Clients Or Staff Coachable?
by Tony Vidler Here is a question we should ask when contemplating taking on new clients: “I can coach, but are You Coachable?” It’s a tough question perhaps. It is certainly a confronting question at the very least. But is an absolutely necessary question…even if we don’t ask the client directly, it […]
How To Deliver The “Right Advice” In The “Right” Way
by Tony Vidler Delivering the right advice consists of getting 2 things right: delivering advice that will work for the client, and delivering it in a manner which will result in the client taking action upon the advice. Getting both of those right is no simple thing. The first of them is […]
by Tony Vidler The perennial challenge in selling advice is positioning it as valuable, and we should think about it and describe it the right way: great advice is about coaching. It IS coaching. Giving advice is all about analysing the desired outcomes for clients, weighing up the possibilities, deciding on the optimal […]
by Tony Vidler Coaching is about changing behaviour in order to change results. Advising is telling people what, and perhaps how, something should be done. Advising is basically “having the answer” and telling someone what it is in its most simple form. Coaching is a blend of telling and teaching, monitoring and managing, and, […]
by Tony Vidler One of the best ways to improve results for your firm is to coach your people to greater levels of professional and personal success, rather than merely “managing” them. There is a huge difference between coaching and managing…and while managing has its place, it is actually only one aspect of […]
by Tony Vidler Introducing leverage into a professional services firm is most often done through adding people, and growing the people leads to growing the firm. Finding and developing the right people is one of the greatest challenges for professional services firms, and also one of the greatest opportunities it has for creating […]
The wealthy may avoid $163 billion in taxes every year. Here’s how they do it
The wealthiest Americans may be avoiding $163 billion in income taxes every year, according to the U.S. Department of the Treasury. Here’s how