The chances are strong that by arriving at this website you are interested in professional service firms. You might even own such a practice. Almost certainly, you will have worked in several such practices before your current role. You will absolutely have significant responsibilities in your current position.
Throughout your career, the technical aspects of “getting it right” and meeting client expectations have most likely received priority over business growth, career development and life outside the firm. At various stages you will have wondered, "Is this it? Is this the best I can hope for?"
To break free of self-perpetuating routines, to change the course of your career and to enjoy a life away from the office requires you to think differently and to change habits.
At such times, it’s valuable to have a professional coach to guide you – someone who has "sat in your chair" dealing with the issues you are likely dealing with now.
In a wide ranging career, Scott Charlton has been a sole practitioner and a partner in a CBD firm. Scott has also enjoyed twelve years coaching professionals in practice. Along the way, he has completed an MBA and written a book, Your Professional Headspace, to assist practitioners.
Scott is well known for his work in faciliating good working relationships between accountants and financial planners.
Scott’s work as a coach often involves chairing board meetings and facilitating workshops. Scott counsels practitioners every day. He knows what works and what doesn't. More than this, Scott assists professionals in practice to achieve their potential. With Scott’s help, practitioners frequently find themselves experiencing more great days at the office….and having more fun away from it.
If what’s just been described resonates with you, please read further. Invest time in learning about different ways Scott has assisted professionals in similar situations. Enjoy the journey!
12. Become more effective. Find ways to get more done in less time. The more you can achieve whilst you are "in the zone", the more discretionary time you will have.
15. Rarely are there winners in deteriorating partnership dissolutions. Cut the best deal possible under the circumstances quickly, gather up every bit of positive energy you can muster and move on.