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Leadership Lunch Chat: The Power of Perseverance with Sydney Marshburn

In the October 21, 2022 Leadership Lunch Chat, Jennifer Wilson and Amy Vetter discuss persevering through adversity and being #unstoppable with guest Sydney Marshburn, a disability advocate and above-the-knee amputee. Join us next week for a live discussion of all things leadership -- in the profession and in our communities every Friday at 11am CT/ [...]

2022-10-28T07:50:30-05:00October 21st, 2022|Inspired Ideas Podcast, Leadership|

October 21st is National Fire Some Clients Day™!

ICYMI, ConvergenceCoaching® has declared October 21st National Fire Some Clients Day™! Why fire clients? To right-size your capacity so you can… … give more time and attention to your most important clients …deliver a higher quality product or service to your clients …focus on the clients you most want to pursue …have proactive leadership time [...]

2022-10-20T14:28:36-05:00October 20th, 2022|Inspired Ideas Blog|

An FAQ for Firing Clients On October 21st

By now, I hope you've heard that we've declared October 21st National Fire Some Clients Day. We truly believe that firing clients is an immediate, emergency measure to make breathing room for both leadership and team members in your firm. Firing clients symbolizes your firm's commitment to right-sizing your capacity going into the Spring busy [...]

Leadership Lunch Chat: The Importance of Building a Community to Support You Outside Your Firm

In the September 23, 2022 Leadership Lunch Chat, Jennifer Wilson and Amy Vetter discuss the importance of having a community network outside of your firm and how those relationships can positively impact your personal leadership and your business. Join us next week for a live discussion of all things leadership -- in the profession and [...]

2022-09-23T14:06:16-05:00September 23rd, 2022|Inspired Ideas Podcast, Leadership|

Curbing the Cost of Talent Turnover

Call it the Great Resignation or Big Quit … the fact is talent turnover is happening and it is costly. Leaders cannot blame this attrition on economic and demographic conditions alone. Instead, complacency of firm leadership also feeds this costly loss of talent. But you can take steps to minimize the costs and challenges that [...]

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