This is part 2 of 3 in our series: Wellness in the Workplace.
Creating a culture of wellness that effectively improves health outcomes and bolsters morale requires intentionality and forethought. “Wellness” encompasses a broad spectrum of your employees’ lives, so without a balanced, holistic approach, you can end up wasting time, effort, and resources on initiatives that don’t help your employees or your company. But with a focused plan in place, you can change your team—and your business—forever.
This is part 1 of 3 in our series: Wellness in the Worplace.
Whether your team is working remotely or you’re back in the office together, your employees spend an average of 40 hours a week in your company (even if it’s just a virtual company)—and that means you have the power to impact their lives in a huge way. Keep reading to learn more about workplace wellness and what it could do for your financial practice.
Here at Lawton Marketing Group our clients are much more than just clients, they’re part of the team. We celebrate the successes of our clients and are filled with excitement at their accomplishments. We love partnering with top advisors to help them do a phenomenal job reaching more people and we’re overjoyed when they’re honored for the incredible work that they do.
Hiring the right marketing agency is an important decision—you pour your time and energy into your business day after day, so when you spend its resources (money or time or both) to advance its growth, those resources better be well spent. As an advisor, the decision to outsource your marketing can be especially complicated—once you decide to hire an agency, how do you find someone who understands your unique industry and won’t get you into trouble with compliance? How do you know the agency you hire will be worth your time and money?
In a world where everyone is crunched for time and our attention is pulled in a thousand different directions, you can’t waste your efforts on ineffective marketing. For advisors and other entrepreneurs, the decision to pour time and money into marketing is a big one. You want to know you’re reaching the right people, staying compliant, and doing something that will benefit your business in the long run.
So when it comes to creating and implementing those strategies, does it make sense to do it all yourself, hire an in-house professional, or outsource the job?