ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., October 26, 2021--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dynasty Financial Partners and MIT Sloan School of Management announced today that they are launching an executive education program exclusively for fully independent advisors leading RIAs. Entitled the "Advisor to CEO Program," the hallmark of the offering is a three-day event scheduled for May 2022 on MIT’s campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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"At Dynasty, we have enjoyed a wonderful history of helping advisors launch their own firms. For these CEOs, it can often be lonely at the top and we believe there is a lack of industry support in this area. Our goal is to help these leaders transition from being a top advisor within a larger organization to a CEO of a top RIA with potentially multiple business lines and offices," remarked Gordon Ross, Director at Dynasty Financial Partners. "Dynasty chose MIT amongst the top American business schools because they have a deep understanding of the wealth management industry and a proven track record of imparting transferrable CEO skills that benefit clients and employees."
In addition to the MIT on-campus event, Dynasty CEOs will engage in:
1) Intimate CEO-only roundtables to encourage relationship building and peer-sharing
2) Interactive fireside chats on key leadership topics
3) Optional self-assessment on personal leadership and work style
4) Voluntary one-on-one follow-up coaching to reinforce learnings
"Clearly, successful financial advisors understand the wealth management space, but once they launch and lead their own RIA, they are confronted with the need to create advanced signals of value and develop new ways to get their businesses discovered – things they never dealt with before at their previous financial institutions. It’s also their first time managing people and navigating a much broader product and service solution universe," said Court Chilton, MIT Sloan Business School. "At MIT, we supply a research-based framework to help CEOs identify and approach the problems and opportunities they face in a highly collaborative and connective learning environment."
As Dynasty continues to launch new firms, the Advisor to CEO Program will become a flagship offering for first time CEOs and will continue to engage program graduates as their CEO journeys progress. MIT chose to collaborate with Dynasty on this venture based on a shared goal to build an impactful community of leaders and companies.
Senior Associate Dean of Executive Education, Dr. Peter Hirst, also adds, "The mission of the MIT Sloan School of Management is to develop principled, innovative leaders who improve the world and generate ideas that advance management practice. We believe that the Advisor to CEO Program aligns closely with this mission statement, and look forward to the impact this program will create for all those who attend, engage, and participate. These new and growing businesses create high quality, sustainable jobs in the companies themselves and in the other businesses they help support through the efficient and effective allocation of capital throughout the economy. MIT’s Sloan School of Management, where modern finance was invented, and in a location with arguably the highest density of innovation anywhere in the world, is the perfect place to help propel these new businesses and their founders / CEOs on a path to growth and success."
Dynasty’s Co-Founder and CEO Shirl Penney added, "I wish I had a program like this to assist me when I became a CEO for the first time nearly 11 years ago. I look forwarded to sharpening my entrepreneurial and leadership skills alongside the CEOs who will be going through this program. Truly independent advisors (RIAs) who own their own ADVs, own their brands, own most of the equity in their businesses are quickly realizing that the firms that will win disproportionately in the future are the ones that have the best leaders. Dynasty feels that this investment in the professional development of their network firms will future differentiate what it means for an RIA to be Powered by Dynasty. Lastly, we could not be more proud of our partnership with MIT Sloan School of Management on this most important initiative of creating more and better leaders in the much needed industry of wealth management."
About MIT Sloan Executive Education
MIT Sloan Executive Education’s non-degree executive programs are led by senior MIT Sloan faculty and provide business professionals worldwide with a targeted and flexible means to advance their career development goals and position their organizations for future growth. The cutting-edge leadership training includes more than 80 short courses, executive certificates, online courses, custom programs for organizations, and the flagship Advanced Management Program. For more information, please visit https://exec.mit.edu.
About Dynasty Financial Partners
Dynasty Financial Partners is known for assisting advisors of integrity to better service their clients, run their businesses more profitably, grow faster, and enhance the enterprise value of their firms. Dynasty does this by providing wealth management and technology platforms for select independent financial advisory firms. Dynasty creates access to valuable resources and industry-leading capabilities through an open architecture platform, enabling advisors to address their clients’ needs and to protect and grow their wealth. Dynasty supports independent advisors and their teams in being independent, but not alone, by creating exclusive community events and experiences. Dynasty also offers access to flexible capital solutions to help advisors expand, scale, and grow their business. Dynasty’s core principle is "objectivity without compromise," and the firm is committed to developing solutions that allow investment advisors to act as true fiduciaries to their clients.
For more information, please visit www.dynastyfinancialpartners.com.
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