Mark Lloydbottom can help you
Are you a sole practitioner?
I started my practice from my home before opening my first office and growing my business as a sole practitioner to a size of 20 personnel before going into partnership. Can I be of help to you today as a sole practitioner? Yes. Read more…
Are you a partner?
I have consulted with many firms and know I can add value to your firm. If there is one thing I have learnt while consulting with firm it is that partner performance varies and that achieving targets, whether it is new business or billable hours, is challenging. How I can help?
Are you arranging an accountants’ conference?
My seminars have been developed based on over 25 years experience, but they are always up-to-date and at the leading edge.
Mark cares deeply about the profession, and it shows. As one of the founding fathers of the practice management era, Clients 4 Life and Defining Edge represent the culmination of a lifetime of research and learning. In my view they should b…AVN
Mark, I want you to know I have received some excellent feedback from the above seminar and your Defining Edge notes are really comprehensive. I am really confident the outcomes from yesterday will make a real difference.Dyke Yaxley
Your presentation during the Annual Conference was fantastic. A big thank you. I have also purchased your books and DVDs which I am sure that I will learn even more from reading them.(Cyprus)
Mark, I was amazed at your attention to us – to everyone! I saw how You have confirmed 1 of your theory point in your behaviour to us to be attentive with people or clients as you take care about your immediate relatives. I hope you have en…Moscow
I wish I had heard this session before setting up my practice. I will apply many of your principles with colleagues in the company that I am currently working for.
At the seminar Mark was more of a value; his methods of delivering information, collaboration with the audience. I would gladly listen to his seminar again.
I chose to attend your course yesterday at Scarborough and would like to congratulate you on your ability to provide first class entertainment on a Friday afternoon whilst at the same time being inspirational and sowing the seeds of ideas a…
Thank you once more for the inspiring day on last Saturday in Latvia. I hope that you and your wife had nice time in Riga.
The presentation was amazing, and the breakout groups worked really well. The afternoon set the scene beautifully for this morning’s session which was a really usefully forum. We had to be dragged out for lunch without having completed the …
Your time with us was so inspiriting with so many new ideas giving. Thank you. It is privilege to work with you.
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Consistency in the accountancy profession
When it comes to the bottom line and owner performance there is no norm. Some owners charge fewer than 500 hours to clients, others more than 1,500. Some owners I know make a profit of less than £15,000 while others are making in excess of £400,000. Some owners expect to leave their firm with nothing other than the return of their capital account while others expect to be rewarded with a payment for goodwill. Some (sadly only a few) have their retirement adequately funded – most have had to lower their expectations on what their income is in retirement.
Apply my management techniques and they will make a difference.
Management skills deliver peak performance and maximum results
For over 30 years Mark Lloydbottom has devoted his life to learning what makes a professional firm super profitable. During this time he has learned a wide range of strategies aimed at growing the top and bottom lines. Working with some of the leading global accounting firm consultants he has developed and distilled management skills so that they can be easily replicated in any accounting firm.
In 1988 when I started my first lecture in Glasgow my first words were, “We live in rapidly changing times”. Today is no different – except the stakes are higher.