By: Maureen Halushak | The Globe and Mail
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Your financial advisory practice is doing well, but you are working harder and for longer hours and seeing fewer rewards. Perhaps it’s time to consider bringing other people into your practice. This issue, the latest in a series on team-building: team-building activities.
The mention of team-building activity is often met with the rolling of eyes and derision among employees, while vision of “trust” exercises dance through their heads. It doesn’t have to be that way.
“Team-building at it’s most essential is people doing activities outside of work to get to know one another with new insight,” says Shannon Waller, director of new program development at The Strategic Coach in Toronto. This can be as simple as getting the gang together for drink to celebrate the end of RRSP season or as in-depth as hiring an outside firm to conduct a formal team-building session. There are merits to each method…