Advisers who afford greater responsibility to their employees and encourage workers to take initiative ultimately create a better dynamic for their firm, Angie Herbers writes. "[M]ost owner-advisors act like supervisors," she writes. "... The better choice -- and it is a choice -- is for owners to become what we call 'resource leaders,' ... [and to] provide the tools for employees to do their jobs with a high degree of independence."

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