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SAT 25TH NOV 2017
Not only does management involve the day-to-day operations, there is also need to consider the relationship of the business with the family and to build the necessary frameworks to enable management to operate effectively.
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Three Lessons For Any CEO
When family-owned enterprises make it past the second generation (and too few do), there are a few common “lessons in success” that any CEO can draw upon for inspiration in sustaining their own business legacy. Read More
Emotional Sophistication For Tomorrow’s Leaders
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Leadership Guidelines for the Digital Age
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Managing Family Reputation
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Rewarding The Family 'Sweat Equity'
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From Kitchen Table To The Boardroom
David Harland explores some of the emotional aspects associated with the growth of a family firm and the journey from the kitchen table to the boardroom table. Read More