LOMBARD, Ill., May 16, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Forum Financial Management is pleased to announce a new strategic relationship with Solin Consulting, an advisory coaching firm founded by New York Times bestselling author and financial blogger Dan Solin. With more than $3.8 billion under management, Forum Financial Management serves more than 3,250 clients through its national team of 70 advisors.
As keynote speaker at the Forum Financial Management May advisor conference, Solin spoke with Forum advisors about the "Solin Process," an evidence-based way to convert prospects into clients, using studies from psychology and neuroscience journals. Reflecting on the event, Solin said, "I could not be more pleased that we had such great feedback."
Forum Financial Management will begin offering Forum advisors coaching sessions with Solin about how to apply the process in client meetings. According to Solin, "It's about the ability to intensely focus on the person in front of you."
Jonathan Rogers, Forum Financial Management co-managing partner, said, "We are bringing Dan Solin in to work one-on-one with our advisors because, like us, he thinks listening is the foundation of strong relationships. His coaching will help our advisors dive deeper in our conversations by carefully listening to what clients are saying, what they leave unsaid and where they want to take the conversation."
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