Financial advisors are often trained to protect their knowledge and keep it close to the vest. However, one firm has taken a different approach. They believe that sharing what you know and collaborating with other advisors can lead to better outcomes for clients.
Jonathan Freeman, MBA, COO & CCO gives an overview of the Elite Advisor Collaboration Program:
In this blog, we’ll explore the Elite Advisor Collaboration Program (EACP), a program designed to bring financial advisors together to share knowledge and learn from one another.
The Genesis of the EACP: Learning with Other Advisors
The EACP is a formal program that encapsulates an activity that the firm has been doing for many years: learning with other advisors who serve a similar clientele. Through study groups and working on complex and interesting cases, advisors bring their experiences to the table, hoping to learn from others in the group.
Sharing and Collaboration: A Better Way to Serve Clients
The EACP is all about sharing and collaboration. By collaborating with other advisors, participants can learn new techniques and approaches to serving their clients better. The program is designed to benefit not only the advisors themselves but also their clients.
Getting Better Together: The Value of Collaboration
The program is designed to bring financial advisors together to figure out how to deliver a better client experience for those they serve. By sharing knowledge and learning from each other, advisors can improve their skills, share best practices, and ultimately deliver more value to their clients.
Conclusion: Collaboration is Key
The EACP is a unique program that values collaboration and sharing over competition and secrecy. By learning from each other, financial advisors can improve their skills, grow their businesses, and most importantly, deliver better outcomes for their clients. The program shows that when financial advisors come together, everyone can benefit.