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Renee Moelders

ConvergenceCoaching, LLC

Renee is a consultant with ConvergenceCoaching, LLC, a national leadership and marketing consulting firm dedicated to helping leaders achieve success by working with them to develop and implement leadership, succession, human resources, and training and development plans.

 

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Types of Flexible Work Arrangements

By Arianna Campbell | May 21, 2019

Once you’ve decided to offer flexible work options for your staff, what’s next? Flexible work arrangements are not a one-size-fits-all solution. In fact, there are nine types of flexible work arrangements. Flextime Flextime involves giving staff flexibility on the start and finish times of their working day, typically with a mandatory “core” time in the…

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3 Steps for Building a Strengths-Based Firm

By Sandra Wiley | May 2, 2019

The war for talent has been going on for quite a while, and your team is feeling the impact. Staff is overextended. You’re losing key team members to other firms and they need to be replaced. You know you want the best possible hire, someone who can quickly start contributing and who will hopefully stay…

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Consistency in Creating a Growth Culture

By Angie Grissom | April 23, 2019

Accounting firm leadership continues to struggle with effective succession planning execution. There are many reasons for this, but the top two may be: (1) the number of retiring partners is far greater than the number of managers who are ready to assume a partnership role, and (2) many firms have not incorporated a growth culture…

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