The Bullish Thinking Guide for Managers serves as an educational tool for proactively dealing with emotional distress that may affect advisors in the high-risk/high-reward world of finance. In it, Dr. Alden Cass and Dr. Brian Shawawith the help of Sydney LeBlancaexplore strategies that will help you recognize potential job stressors, manage office conflicts, and implement appropriate solutions. It will also assist you in developing a specific set of skills that will allow you to deal with the unpredictability of this environment.The difference is in the tone ofyour voice when you are speaking to someone. ... Determine instead what aspects of thejob motivates her and use it as an incentive; for example, aIfyou get two referrals ... And, I would appreciate it if you would start making your referral calls to your high net worth clients at least three times aanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Bullish Thinking Guide for Managers|
|Author||:||Alden Cass, Brian F. Shaw, Sydney LeBlanc|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2008-05-23|