This three hour, web-based training course will guide you through the foundational understanding and tactical skill set required for you to effectively incorpoate philanthropic counsel into your client conversations. In Session One, learn what attracts your clients to philanthropy as you discover how to effectively engage them in philanthropic discussions. In Session Two, discover the three types of capital clients will pass to heirs, learn the triggers for philanthropic discussions, and learn how to identify clients who are interested in legacy planning. Finally, in Session Three, learn about the history, structure, benefits, and creative uses of Donor Advised Funds that will allow you to utilize them effectively with philanthropic clients by utilizing a case study about Donor Advised Funds.
Jim Wise is a senior partner and senior private wealth advisor for the Private Wealth division of Ronald Blue Trust. A frequent conference speaker for churches and faith-based organizations, Jim also teaches a weekly Bible study in the Lake County Jail. Jim has written three books: a Bible study workbook, Five Steps to Financial Freedom; Spiritual Gifts, Plain and Simple; and Inheritolatry: The Final Obstacle to Completing the Great Commission. He has also earned the Certified Kingdom Advisor® designation. Jim and his wife, Lori, live in Orlando, Florida and have six adult children and six grandchildren.
This course requires an active membership and an additional purchase.
|1||Philanthropic Counsel Session One: Why Incorporate Philanthropy into My Practice?|
|2||Philanthropic Counsel Session Two: Tools for Counseling Clients|
|3||Philanthropic Counsel Session Three: Strategic Uses of Donor Advised Funds|