BV professionals are more in control than ever before of choosing work situations that suit their preferences. Generous salaries, creative perks, flexible work schedules, and locations are a [...]
You want to do everything you can to keep the employees who truly know their jobs. Who make your practice hum. But what do you do when they tell you they want to move up and it doesn’t look like [...]
You probably spend time thinking about differentiating your practice in the eyes of the potential client. You should be doing the same thing when it comes to the potential hire. What does that mean?
It may be a new year, but the same BVFLS practice management challenges are still hanging around. That is why you rely on this Business of Valuation newsletter, now in its nineteenth year of [...]
It goes without saying that the fewer choices you have in front of you, the more attention you must give to the choice you make. Nowhere is that more true than interviewing and hiring in today’s [...]
As 2022 kicks off, is there any disagreement that the talent shortage is real? That it's here to stay and getting worse? There will continue to be a shortage and job seekers will continue to [...]
If you’re doing an exit interview with an employee who is moving to another BVFLS practice, you’ve already lost. Is there something you could have done to avoid being in this position?
You have no doubt seen the changes that ‘work-from-home’ has made in your own practice. But you may be running so fast to keep up that you’re not seeing the big picture. Here is where you can get it.
The world of BVFLS is topsy-turvy. And it is small comfort that you’re not the only one who’s feeling that way. Your Business of Valuation newsletter is the best source of reliable perspective [...]
Thanks to Sebastian Junger’s book and the movie that followed, ‘perfect storm’ is a regular part of our lexicon. These days, the term seems to apply to the VFLS profession. What’s going on?
Accountability is the backbone of a successful BV Practice. It is not simply taking the blame when something goes wrong. It is about delivering on a commitment and responsibility to an outcome. [...]