Partnership Track

Your definitive guide to getting through the partnership admissions process

The partnership admissions process bring about a mixture of emotions, either you made partner or you didn’t, and if you did, the excitement can be slowly worn down by the reality that is ahead of you. Partnership Admissions Process Articles To help you get through the partnership admissions process without tearing your hair out, I …

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How to build a strong and positive relationship with your Sponsoring Partner

Your Sponsoring Partner is the person who recommends you for partnership, he or she is a crucial member of your support team. If this relationship has broken down or is weak, your partnership ambitions may be effectively blocked at your firm. This is the most important person you need in your corner. Don’t have your …

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Creating a business case for partnership in a Big 4 firm? Don’t fall into this trap

Given how hard it is to make partner in a Big 4 firm, you can be forgiven for making this mistake. Creating the perfect Big 4 business case for partner (or director) will take a significant amount of your time. However, this mistake scuppered one of our client’s admission to partnership last year. Read on …

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What do you need to show to your partners, apart from financials, that you are ready for partnership?

In our regular ‘how to become a member of the club’ webinar, that I run with John Moss, we answered a great question: What are my partners expecting me to deliver, part from the financials? Here is how John and I answered this question: Heather: We covered this quite a bit on the webinar, so let …

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