Many branch office managers—most of whom are Baby Boomers—use recruiting and management techniques developed ten or fifteen years ago. But as the industry evolves, and the next generation of advisors comes on board, management strategies must change, experts say. We asked several recruiters and consultants what branch office managers might do to better attract and retain a younger generation of advisors. UPDATE YOUR RECRUITING MESSAGE The ‘traditional’ ... Freemium Content

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