Working With Stretched Big Four Partners Who Worry About Being Invisible in Their Firm and Market
Max has been the most impactful leader and coach for my own development and career. He has always been and still is a great discussion partner, challenger, sounding board, and advisor who provides guidance and the right spin when it matters most.
Marc Foerstemann - Ernst & Young
Working with Stretched Big Four Partners Who Worry About Being Invisible in Their Firm and Market
The pressure to be a great partner can feel overwhelming.
Are you trying to...
Excel in the market, with a formidable team by your side?
Find adequate balance
in your life?
Get clarity on what you’re going to do for the next 15+ years?
When you're trying to design your career under your own steam, the pressure can be immense – so many conflicting demands yet so so many opportunities for the wrong or ill-timed turn.
You need a guide to help you build your practice while having a life.
Does any of this sound familiar?
Unstable revenues (at so-so clients)
It’s unfair that others seem so at ease while you’re spinning your wheels!
Unlock your PartnerPowers™
...and Build a standout practice while having a life
I coach and mentor partners. Period.
Becoming a partner and leader is tough. I know because I’ve been there. At times baffled by all the stuff my firm threw at me while trying to stay afloat, I also wondered why other partners seemed so much more at ease and, apparently, did the right things?
Getting clear on what I wanted, figuring out my strategy and ensuring that I executed the proper steps helped me enjoy a successful career. You can get there too.
Hi, I’m Max Habeck. I coach and mentor partners at Big Four and similar firms. I’ve worked in consulting all my life, first, at Kearney, a strategy firm, where I made partner and practice leader. Later, I became a managing partner at EY, looking after 1,100 people in one of the fastest-growing practices globally. And I wrote two books on post-merger integration, my career theme.
Now, I support partners to build standout practices while having a life.
Ultimately, for me, it's about excitement, confidence and joy for people in large professional services firms－wherever they may be.