Accounting and financial services consultant Slipstream Coaching has grown its team with the enlistment of a new coach.
Financial adviser Andrew Jago has become the fifth coach with the firm, all set to assist accounting and advisory practices.
He commented he will be using his own experience of owning a practice to help others combat the challenges ahead for advice and multi-disciplinary practices.
The past year has seen increased strain across the financial services sector, with Slipstream reporting a rise in demand for its services.
“Right now, firms all over Australia are seeing huge amounts of growth, but the hours they’re working to get there are extraordinary,” Mr Jago said.
“My main focus is to help them get those hours back, whilst retaining that same level of productivity.”
Mr Jago has previously run his own accounting and financial planning firm, Jago Advisory Group, as well as having led the Queensland team at Russell Investments as their state manager. Since 2016, he has been coaching small businesses.
Slipstream director of coaching Scott Charlton said the appointment was a positive step forward for the business.
“His friendly, approachable disposition and deep knowledge of the accounting and financial planning professions make him an outstanding choice to work with Slipstream’s clients,” Mr Charlton said.
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