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Bryan Powell, PCC, CPBA, CPMA

Senior Director, Practice Management

Bryan Powell is a Senior Director, Practice Management with the Specialist Consulting Group at Janus Henderson Investors. In this role, he provides thoughtful guidance and consultation to financial professionals in strategic support of their goals to help them achieve differentiated business success. Prior to joining the firm in 2023, Bryan served as an internal executive leadership coach and practice management consultant with firms such as Fidelity Investments, Wells Fargo Advisors and Merrill Lynch for 10 years. Bryan began his career as director-regional sales manager and branch manager at Scottrade Financial Services in 1997.

Bryan received a BS degree in economics from California State University Long Beach and is currently pursuing his master’s in organizational leadership from Colorado State University. He holds his Professional Coaching Credential (PCC) through the International Coaching Federation and is also a Certified Professional Behavioral Analyst (CPBA) and a Certified Professional Motivators Analyst(CPMA) and is certified in DiSC, Motivators, Tilt, Team Coaching, and Intelligent Leadership coaching tools. Bryan is a member of the Forbes Coaching Council and serves on the Board for the International Coaching Federation and the Parentis Foundation. He has 27 years of financial industry experience.

Articles Written

Unlocking growth through effective team meetings
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Unlocking growth through effective team meetings

A five-part structure advisors can implement for more effective team meetings focused on sustained growth.

Three qualitative skills critical to building a high-performing team
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Three qualitative skills critical to building a high-performing team

Why qualitative skills are just as critical to a team’s success as more concrete abilities and strengths.

Getting ahead of the game: Six keys to organic growth for advisory practices
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Getting ahead of the game: Six keys to organic growth for advisory practices

While a “survive and advance” approach may yield short-term results, having a detailed game plan is critical to long-term success.

Three leadership lessons from a Navy SEAL commander
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Three leadership lessons from a Navy SEAL commander

Unconventional ways to grow and develop your leadership skills to build a high-performing team.

3 steps for building your business and relationships as a giver
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3 steps for building your business and relationships as a giver

Three ways financial advisors can build relationships as givers rather than takers.

How do you make client segmentation more than a check-the-box exercise?
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How do you make client segmentation more than a check-the-box exercise?

Three reasons to implement an effective segmentation strategy to potentially drive growth in your practice.

Finding the keys to success in succession planning
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Finding the keys to success in succession planning

How advisors can build a foundation of success when navigating succession planning.

Grow your practice by becoming a center of influence
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Grow your practice by becoming a center of influence

Three strategies for becoming a center of influence in your community to help accelerate the growth of your practice

Three keys to team meetings that inspire action
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Three keys to team meetings that inspire action

Three concepts that can help heads of advisory teams lead more effectively.

Does your advisory practice have a clear path to growth?
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Does your advisory practice have a clear path to growth?

Three actionable strategies to help advisory teams establish a plan for achieving – and maintaining – consistent growth.