In this first article in our leadership series, we look at why, and how to, develop leadership rather than hiring support staff. Leaders build the culture that they want to be in, and in turn that keeps employee turnover low. They also collaborate and challenge each other to improve efficiencies, leading to increased value for our clients.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, working remotely was picking up speed and many companies were already practicing it on some level, including Stableford Capital. Now with stay at home mandates, it is the new normal for most industries, companies and workers. Financial firm performance management is changing in light of the new working environments, and the changes are likely to stay in effect long after the crisis.
Perseverance, discipline, motivation, and accountability are four values highly regarded by Stableford Capital financial services leadership, as well as an Eagle Scout. Stableford Capital sponsored a special evening for the leaders of The Arizona Agave District Scouts of America awards ceremony. Nathan Faldmo, Director of Advisory Services, an Eagle Scout since the age of 14, was MC.