1 Breakout Growth: Adding Key Positions to Unlock Growth Potential Excerpt From: Building High Performing Teams Build Guidebook AT A GLANCE Similar to your client onboarding process, you should have a process to bring on new team members. Onboarding is the process of engagement that begins at the first interaction with a potential new hire and continues for 12 to 18 months after they have joined your firm. Here you will learn about the four different stages that lead to a successful and efficient onboarding process. During the recruiting and hiring phase, you have presented your business, your culture, your benefits and the new hire s responsibilities. The onboarding phase is the bridge for you, the business owner, to deliver on the expectations and commitments made during the recruiting phase. The onboarding process should include communication, education and appreciation elements. The first day of employment for your new hire is the right time to begin executing on the ideal employee experience. Benefits of Onboarding As you expand your business by adding new team members, consider designing an onboarding process to include training, tools and resources to accelerate their time to peak productivity. Additionally, an effective onboarding process decreases turnover, increases retention and enhances job satisfaction. The employee feels more comfortable in their new role and subsequently happier, fulfilled and confident in executing their daily responsibilities. A systematized onboarding process can help you reduce costs as well as improve compliance and security for your practice. Your actions during this time frame set the stage for longevity and the proclivity of each new hire to have a positive experience and provide positive PR to everyone in their life, thus strengthening your brand in the local community.
2 Onboarding Checklist Onboarding Phases Below are the four critical phases of the onboarding process: Pre-Offer Offer Day One Orientation Onboarding Phases 2 Pre-Offer Get to Know Team Buy-In Extend Offer During this phase, first impressions are formed. You want to make a positive but realistic impact on your potential employee s understanding of your expectations. Use this opportunity to actively gather personal as well as professional information. Should you choose to extend an offer, you want to get to know them as much as possible to tailor the employee experience where possible. You will want to customize your appreciation to them based on their personal passions and interests just like you do for your best clients. Additionally, you should have multiple people from your organization interview new candidates. Buy-in from current staff is important if you are to continue the synergy you have already developed. Lastly, it is critical during this time frame to actively manage the candidate s expectations communicate honestly, clearly and openly about the role, the business and the people. Offer Offer Letter Job Description Site Tour During the offer phase, you want to provide detailed and relevant company information including the values, beliefs, ethics code and best practices of your business. You need to customize your new employee package to the specific role by providing a detailed job description with specific responsibilities. In addition, provide the candidate with detailed information on benefits, insurance policies, retirement plan and vacation time. Consider inviting the candidate in for a site tour and introductions to the rest of your team who may become their colleagues should they accept your offer. Be sure that expectations are understood during this phase. Note: If your recruit accepts the offer, you need to make preparations for their first day, orientation, etc. Give yourself enough time to be able to deliver a welcoming onboarding experience.
3 Onboarding Phases Day One Office Set Up Employee Handbook Key Contacts The first day should be overwhelmingly welcoming. You want to ensure that on their arrival, their office/cubicle, desk, computer and phone are all set up and in working order. Basic supplies should be neatly presented in their workspace. This could include new business cards, stationery, office supplies and so on. You might want to have a Welcome Kit on their desk that includes items such as: welcome letter signed by entire staff, copy of their job description, copy of their benefits package and any other paperwork that requires a signature, including an Employee Handbook if you have one. Other items to share include important contact names and numbers, links to key resources that they will need online, your code of ethics, and a menu of the processes for your business, as well as professional development opportunities. Note that you should avoid information overload by cramming too much into the first day. Be sure to explain that you will bring them up to speed over a period of time. Once they have settled in, take them around the office and make introductions. You may also consider hosting an informal breakfast or lunch. 3 Orientation (Day 2 90) Introductions Navigating the Organization Site Tour For many firms, orientation is a one-day event and typically includes a comprehensive tour and company education. The most successful orientation programs involve a combination of in-person and technology-driven delivery methods that last over a period of up to three months. A well-designed series of on-demand learning modules that can be reviewed at their convenience may also be included. If you provide too much in a one-day program, people often get overwhelmed and retain very little information. Orientation programs, whether they take place over one day or multiple days in the first three months, should have two defined sections. The first is organizational this includes broad-scale information that applies to everyone regardless of their role. The second is role-based this includes information specific to their position. Organizational content may include elements such as firm vision, an introduction to the firm structure, executive team and key personnel, the company s approach to the markets, the firm s client service policies and expectations, and specific HR or compliance information. This section of orientation should solidify the organizational goals and familiarize new employees with company terms. The customized role-based part of orientation should include training and development opportunities, functional responsibilities and expectations, resources available to help a team member execute on their role, and introductions to pertinent internal or third-party resources. This portion of your program is most critical to successful onboarding.
4 Onboarding Checklist Post-orientation, the onboarding process continues until their first year anniversary or for some firms, 18 months. During this time period, you will want to actively demonstrate your commitment to new team members and fulfill the promises of the pre-offer and offer phase. Set regular meetings (e.g., monthly) over lunch to check in with them, ask questions, acknowledge their efforts and report on their performance against set expectations. Remember, one size does not fit all. A customized experience can drive employee engagement from day one. Just as you may have a service model for your varying levels of client segments, you should also have an internal service model for your team. This document should outline your commitment to your associates, your communication plan, appreciation benefits and all offerings. The onboarding process is your opportunity to create confidence in the working environment that you offer. New associates will feel a culture of caring for others, which will result in feeling confident with their career choice, proud of the organization that they are affiliated with and fully engaged in giving their best at work. Delivering on the ideal employee experience reflects how important they are to your business success, and treating your employees well will lead to them treating your clients well. 4
5 New Hire Onboarding Checklist Associate Name: Manager Name: Start Date: Date Task Notes Prior to start date: Begin immediately after candidate accepts offer as some tasks may take a couple of weeks to complete. Set up and phone for new hire. Throughout the associate s tenure on your team: Provide weekly touch points (for example, take them to lunch, invite them to team meetings, conduct one-on-one meetings, send a personal or handwritten note, etc). 5 Day one: Greet the associate. Accompany them to their training or work area. Your new associate should either participate in, or may need to be scheduled for, New Associate Orientation. Also, schedule time for new associate to complete required computer-based training (CBT). Introduce the new associate to team members and other key associates. Arrange for a welcome lunch. Add associate to your communication lists ( , etc.) to ensure they receive all communications shared with the team. Discuss mission, leadership expectations, core values, department functions and the impact of their role on the organization. Provide associate with a job description and discuss highlevel accountabilities for their role. Set and discuss your expectations. Review electronic communication policy (Internet/ /fax). Review voic procedures.
6 Onboarding Checklist Date Task Notes Provide the associate with a tour of the location. Review emergency exits, assembly areas for evacuation and shelter, first aid locations, rooms, lunch rooms, supply orders, copiers, etc. Weeks one and two: Schedule a regular one-on-one meeting for follow-up and coaching. HR topics: 6 Provide information on benefits. Remind associates to review and sign up for benefits. Discuss available ongoing learning opportunities. Discuss career/professional development path and professional development opportunities. Share team-specific information. Discuss incentive, reward and recognition program(s). Review goals and annual performance assessment. Review organization charts. Discuss staff and departmental meetings. End of week one and two: Discuss employment experience thus far and make any necessary adjustments (engagement discussion). Weeks three and four: End of week three and four: Discuss employment experience thus far and make any necessary adjustments (engagement discussion).
7 Positioning the New Talent with Clients AT A GLANCE Having spent time, energy and money expanding your organization, you will want to maximize your results by appropriately positioning your new, improved team with your clients. Bringing on a new team member provides you with the opportunity to reconnect with your best clients, respond to their concerns or needs, and reinforce your role as a trusted advisor. Onboarding new team members gives you a great opportunity to reconnect, respond, and reset with your clientele. See how you can leverage these best practices within your firm. Reconnect. A common client complaint in our industry is, I don t hear from my financial professional often enough. Expanding your team provides yet another opportunity to connect with your clients and validate the choice they made to work with your firm. Respond. This is also an opportunity for you to reaffirm your value proposition. When adding a team member, it is important to explain to the clients how they may benefit from your expansion. Perhaps some of your clients have reached out to you in the past because they were curious about a product or service. Expanding your team may be a response to those inquiries and reflects your dedication to their needs. With your team expansion, you have a great chance to retell your story so they understand the totality of what you do for them and what you can offer them to fulfill their needs. 7 Reset. Remember, the success of long-term client relationships is based on whether you meet, fall short of or exceed your clients expectations. Expanding your team provides a reason to meet with your clients, reintroduce the entire team, and reset those all-important advice, service and performance expectations.
8 Onboarding Checklist Proactive client communication to introduce your newly expanded team is a best practice employed by advisory firms. Creating a segmented plan can help ensure that the team is delivering the highest level of service to top clients and spending the most time with the best clients. Although all of your clients top, middle and lower tiers should receive a resource introductory letter, perhaps you should invite your top-tier clients to a welcome reception or an open house to introduce your new team member(s). Your newsletter and your website provide other great media to communicate with your clients. You will also need to update your marketing materials, brochures, bios and profiles to reflect your newly expanded team. Finally, a press release to local media channels can provide additional exposure for your business. TIP If you haven t already segmented your book of business, use TD Ameritrade Institutional s Client Segmentation Guidebook and Excel Tool which can be accessed on Veo>Resource Center>Practice Management>Client Service. 8 Regardless of your choice of delivery, be sure that your client communications include defined roles for each team member so clients know who to contact and for what purpose. They should also include an overview of your unique value proposition so that they understand the totality of what you offer, and updated marketing materials which reflect your team and your services. Additionally, make sure that this is not a one-time communication. Your ongoing client communication plan should reinforce these positive improvements to your business and team.
9 Summary Investing the time in developing an engaging onboarding experience for your new hires can go a long way in building loyalty, increasing productivity and improving retention, among other benefits. Systematizing the process will help you deliver a consistent experience and not have to recreate the wheel for each new employee. It is also an opportunity to reconnect with clients and keep them up to date on the changes at your firm and how you are continuing to work to enhance their experience with you. 9
10 Onboarding Checklist About This Program AT A GLANCE Four out of five firms have strong growth aspirations. However, only 14% have a documented plan for their future structure. 1 Whether you are looking to increase firm value or enhance your client experience, how you leverage people resources will be a key determinant in your success. While there are many growth strategies touted as the key to success, few are as powerful as those focused on human capital. In particular, understanding and planning for the right organizational structure and the addition of key positions at the right inflection points in the growth trajectory of an advisory firm can be transformational in helping you achieve your business vision. 10 Firms that hire an associate advisor: Breakout Growth: Adding Key Positions to Unlock Growth Potential is an integrated thought leadership program designed to help you best position your firm for sustainable, transformative growth by focusing on defining, adding and integrating key positions specifically, the associate advisor and dedicated manager. Have 44% higher income per owner Grow their client base 15% faster Have 38% greater operating profit per client 1 Research shows that firms with either the associate advisor or dedicated manager position experience the following when compared to their peers without the positions. This program will help you answer: How can adding dedicated management or an associate advisor position drive firm growth? When is the right time to add a new position? How do you assess affordability? How do you determine the appropriate compensation level? How much in additional revenue will you need to generate to support the addition of a new role? What are effective strategies for sourcing and onboarding new talent? 1 FA Insight.
11 AT A GLANCE Firms with dedicated management: Produce 36% higher income per owner and 41% higher operating profit per client Grow revenue 67% faster Acquire clients 12% faster 2 The program components are as follows: A white paper, Breakout Growth: Adding Key Positions to Unlock Growth Potential, presents the case for adding an associate advisor or dedicated manager at critical junctures, including insights from top firms that have successfully integrated these positions A guidebook series designed to help you determine the right time to hire, define roles, assess affordability, understand compensation considerations, source candidates and effectively onboard new hires Modular tools are available to support your specific needs including sample job descriptions, career paths, onboarding action plans and more Webcasts crafted to illuminate the challenges that many advisors face when designing and implementing an organizational structure that will drive sustainable growth over time Regional workshops offering a deep dive into the program content, including the opportunity to interact with peers who are facing similar challenges in the realm of human capital management and building a plan for sustainable growth Access to Solutions Consultants who can engage with you on a 1:1 basis to develop a customized action plan to drive your future success By leveraging the tools and resources of Breakout Growth: Adding Key Positions to Unlock Growth Potential, you will be able to assess your readiness to add either an associate advisor or dedicated manager, determine compensation, assess affordability and develop an effective onboarding strategy helping you to increase their value contribution on day one FA Insight.
12 Onboarding Checklist About the Authors About Paragon Resources and Know No Bounds Paragon Resources and Know No Bounds are training and consulting firms providing proven practice management solutions exclusively to Investment Professionals. Whether an internal corporate business development department, product solutions provider or a practicing advisory team, our resources are designed to capitalize on people s talents and optimize productivity through efficient processes. This is the foundation of our People + Process = Performance methodology. paragonresources.com knownobounds.com About FA Insight 12 Dan Inveen and Eliza De Pardo established FA Insight in 2008 in order to address financial advisors growing needs for business-building assistance. The firm works exclusively with financial advisors or entities that service financial advisors. Located in the Pacific Northwest, FA Insight research and consulting supports clients across the U.S. fainsight.com About TD Ameritrade Institutional At TD Ameritrade Institutional, we never forget that it s your business. We are here to support you in making it thrive. When you work with us, you will get the dedicated commitment of our people, access to a range of resources and a strategic relationship all designed to increase your potential and help you achieve your business vision. tdainstitutional.com
13 Important Information This material is designed for a financial professional audience, primarily registered investment advisors. This brochure is published by TD Ameritrade Institutional for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal or professional advice. TD Ameritrade Institutional disclaims any loss or liability that is incurred as a consequence, directly or indirectly, from the use or application of this publication. Third-party articles and information are obtained from sources deemed reliable; however, TD Ameritrade does not guarantee their accuracy or completeness and makes no warranties with respect to results to be obtained in reliance thereon. TD Ameritrade does not make recommendations or endorsements for any advisor that utilizes its brokerage or custodial services. TD Ameritrade does not monitor, and is not responsible for, communications between advisors and their clients. TD Ameritrade expressly disclaims any warranty or merchantability of fitness for a particular purpose, use or application and assumes no responsibility for any action the recipient may take (or fail to take) based on information contained in this guidebook. Neither this guidebook nor any recommendation made in it constitutes legal or regulatory advice. TD Ameritrade, Inc. and the aforementioned third-party companies are separate unaffiliated companies and are not responsible for each other s services or policies. All product and service names are property of their respective owners. TD Ameritrade, FA Insight, Paragon Resources and Know No Bounds are separate and unaffiliated, and are not responsible for each other s services or policies. Paragon Resources and Know No Bounds are third-party providers in the TD Ameritrade Institutional Affinity Services Program. Access to Affinity Services Program vendors is provided solely as a service to financial advisors using the brokerage, execution and custody services of TD Ameritrade Institutional. These services are offered at a discount directly through the participating vendors. Participating vendors are independent and are not employees or agents of TD Ameritrade. TD Ameritrade does not guarantee nor are they responsible for the quality or accuracy of any vendor s product or service. In no instance should the listing of a vendor be construed as a recommendation or endorsement by TD Ameritrade. Furthermore, TD Ameritrade does not recommend or endorse any security described by any vendor. TD Ameritrade Institutional, Division of TD Ameritrade, Inc., member FINRA/SIPC/ NFA. TD Ameritrade is a trademark jointly owned by TD Ameritrade IP Company, Inc. and The Toronto-Dominion Bank TD Ameritrade IP Company, Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission. tdainstitutional.com
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