Values

Values play a fundamental part in any business. Having a central core of four or five values means that they are easy to communicate to both your employees and your clients. These values are a central part of who you are – and who you want to be.

At Covisory we focus on a core of 5 values:

  1. Integrity – it is about doing the right thing at all times and all circumstances whether or not someone is watching.
  2. Accountability – a willingness to take responsibility for one’s own actions.
  3. Diligence – this is not about drudgery it’s about asking the right questions, emphasising people’s strengths and a philosophy of perpetual quality improvement both on a personal and business perspective.
  4. Perseverance – being in it for the long term, exercising judgement and reflecting a sense of confidence and determination in all that we do.
  5. Discipline – this is not about following orders, it is about people thinking on their feet, attention to detail and solving problems effectively.

Values are fundamental to motivating and sustaining people’s behaviour over the long term. By emphasising these core values, other positive values flourish. They help people to adjust to the ever changing priorities and demands in today’s business, and they help businesses to sustain competitiveness.

By becoming more aware of these important factors, you can use them as a guide to make the best choice in any situation.

Do you need help with Relationship Property Disputes or Trust Conflicts?

Do you need any support with…

  • Relationship Property Analysis
  • Forensic Accounting
  • Valuations of Business Interests
  • Independent Trustees Services

We do understand from our experience that there are times that you or someone at your firm needs someone like us who stands independent from each party.

We can cut through the mountains of data for you to find out what really went on and appraise you of your client’s potential claims or defences.

In the past we have been called in to stand as a court appointed independent trustee in order to protect the trust assets from disputing spouses or factions. We have found that the independence of a privately appointed trustee or advisory trustee is all that is needed. The Covisory team can assist you with this and other related services.

You can find us online at www.covisory.com. Contact Nigel Smith or Barry Tuck to find out how we can help you or your clients solve your problems.