TODAY’S article will highlight the importance of communication.
In a growing multi-generational family similar to the “A” family featured last week, communication is no longer a benefit, it is mandatory.Read more
IN one of my coaching engagements for a mid-sized family business last year, I recall censuring a next generation business leader in a QBR (quarterly business review) for failing to deliver on his performance targets.Read more
WHEN parents are not united in their words and actions, display conflicting messages and continue to tolerate the black sheep family member’s damaging actions, Prof. Eddelston correctly painted two scenarios:Read more
ONE of the most common and pervasive causes of family tension that I have learned over my years as a family business consultant is that every family business has what are commonly referred to “elephants in the room.”Read more