When many accounting firm owners think of growth, they also think of pain. But it doesn't need to be this way.
In this video, Richard Snell is joined by Ed Chan from Chan & Naylor to learn his blueprint for building a scalable team, based on his experience growing his firm to 150 staff across 12 offices.
Ed shares his ideal team structure and how to hire the best people for each role, which can be the foundation of your growth, profits and lifestyle.
The most common mistakes firms make when building their teams
Why growth should not equal pain
The 7 essential divisions that every firm needs
The blueprint for an ideal team
How to hire differently for finder, grinder and minder roles
What to consider about outsourcing
Tips to systemize and automate certain functions
This is a special chance to hear from one of Australia's leading industry figures (with the results to prove it) and learn actionable steps to improve efficiency, grow profit, improve staff happiness, recruit confidently and retain your best staff.
Founder & Non-Executive Chairman, Chan & Naylor
Ed started Chan & Naylor from a small home office in Sydney and grew it into a National Financial Services Organisation that now works without him, with offices in most capital cities around Australia, servicing more than 10,000 clients.
In 2018 he co-founded WIZE Mentoring, a network for accountants who want to know how to successfully grow their firm and have it run without them.
Director of Sales, Asia-Pacific, Karbon
Richard brings almost 20 years of leadership experience working for SaaS companies in the accounting industry including MYOB, QuickFee and Wolters Kluwer. He has a proven record of helping accounting firms leverage technology to grow and improve their business.