The Ensemble Practice works with independent advisors to transform their practices into successful ensemble firms.
Ensemble advisory firms operate as multiprofessional practices, sharing stewardship over client relationships and leveraging the collective talent of the team to achieve business goals.
By adopting a team-based approach, ensemble firms grow faster, achieve greater profitability, create more opportunities for themselves and their clients and have real equity value.
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G2 Leadership Institute
Ranked as one of the best leadership development programs for professionals in the financial services industry, the G2 Leadership Institute develops the leadership and business management skills of professionals who are preparing themselves for leadership and ownership positions at their advisory firms.
Attended by advisors and operations professionals from the top RIA firms in the industry, the program gives participants the opportunity to work with their peers to build teams with well-functioning leadership and decision-making structures.
G2: Building the Next Generation
By Philip Palaveev
The future of the financial services industry is in the hands of a talented and ambitious group of young professionals – G2, the next generation. Whether you pick up this book as a founder of an advisory firm or a professional looking to further your career, you have probably recognized that your future success relies on the ability of your firm to develop the leadership and management skills of its best people. G2: Building the Next Generation is a comprehensive guide on how to accelerate the career of future leaders of advisory firms and teams.
What's New at Ensemble
Ranking the HeavyweightsJuly 20, 2022 | Philip Palaveev
The seeds of destruction are sown in good times, as the proverb goes, and these have been good times for the advisory industry. Because our industry has been so successful, we have started to make some dangerous assumptions. Perhaps it is a good time to review our business models and take a hard look at these assumptions.