If you’re a partner of a small to mid-sized accounting firm, you likely know the pain of not agreeing with your partner group on key decisions. Or even if you can get to agreement, people simply don’t follow through on what they said they would do. Join us to learn how to solve these common pain points. We’ll share the five core questions you need to answer to build partner alignment. Also, we’ll show you a proven framework for creating rapid clarity on who is accountable for what – and how to tackle inevitable setbacks that happen during implementation.
- Understand what drives partner disharmony and separation.
- Learn the top 5 questions you need to create partner unity and alignment on any topic.
- Understand the benefits of an inquiry-based approach.
- List 4 components of the tool for assigning out specific partner accountability.
- Understand how to deal productively with setbacks if partners fail at their responsibilities.
- None required.
Who Should Attend
Accounting firm leaders seeking to strengthen their firms through communication and accountability.
- Rampe Consulting
Matt helps accounting firms build alignment, connect with each other in meaningful ways and raise their consistent performance level. He does this through evidence based practice management consulting, group facilitation and individual coaching.
Matt has spent over a decade in accounting firms as a business valuation and litigation expert. He has also a deep background coaching high performing leaders in technical disciplines, facilitating owner agreement and leading engaging workshops.
He was named a “40 Under 40” honoree by the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA) & Consultants’ Training Institute (CTI) in 2016. When he’s not talking shop, Matt can be found out... Read more
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