If advisory firms can tackle career development problems before they start, they’ll also solve their succession challenges by developing the next generation of leaders.

The industry is evolving, and advisers need to move away from the kind of ad-hoc career development that has defined the business in the past. This has meant that employees’ jobs have just morphed as firms grow, without any systematic management changes or guidance.

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