Getting “Buy-In” to Develop a Collaborative Team
By David W. Holaday & John A. Warnick
Why, when and how to invite your clients’ other advisors to work together with you
We believe clients and advisors alike are best served when advisors collaborate in multidisciplinary teams. Collaboration among complimentary and noncompetitive professionals has the potential to generate better outcomes for clients and a more satisfying experience for the participants. Yet, our observation is that true collaboration happens very rarely. We’ll discuss a step-by-step process and give you practical tools to get “buy-in” from the client and from his advisors to begin a collaborative process immediately.1
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