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 have compiled a list of all the blog posts that I have written in hopes that they’ll make this an easier and more enjoyable time.
Congratulations for making it to partner! Before your appointment to partner becomes permanent, you have some essential activities to see to. The partnership admissions process is a demanding and exhausting one, so this blog examines what your top 6 priorities should be.
As much as it may feel like it at the time, getting a no at the partnership admissions vote is not the end of your career. In fact, it might just be a blessing. What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, so you may find that being partner isn’t actually for you. If it still is your goal, however, this article will help you pick yourself back up to get back in the game starting with improving your business and personal case for partnership.
Many firms, including some very large top 50 UK based Accountancy and Legal firms, do not have a formal or structured process to get onto Partnership Track and then to Partner. This can be a good or bad thing, you just need to make sure that you’re driving your own career progression through to partner. This blog outlines what you need to demonstrate to be made partner when there’s no formal admissions process.
This post is the first part of a 2 part series, based on the experience of one of our clients who successfully made it through to partnership. This is an essential read if your partnership admissions process involves a competency-based interview.
This post is the second part of a 2 part series, based on the experience of one of our clients who successfully made it through to partnership. This article contains 5 top tips for passing your competency-based interview with flying colours.
As sad as it is when you hear that you didn’t make partner, it’s important to reflect why you weren’t chosen this time around. In this blog post, I explore the 6 main reasons why people are often unsuccessful as they go through their firm’s partnership admissions process.