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SUN 21ST JUL 2019
Recognising roles and responsibilities, boundaries and terms of office are important in minimising the risk of disputes and conflict in the family firm. Clear and considered communication helps to mitigate the risk.
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Creating A Driving Culture
It’s up to employers to demonstrate that their work environments meet the needs and desires of sought-after talent – and a veneer won’t do. Read More
Making Digital Work For You
Companies have been urged to 'digitalise' or risk getting left behind but while many accept this as a reality it is not easy. Read More
Harnessing The Power Of Being Heard
Giving everyone an opportunity to speak enhances the ability to get at the underlying problem, not just the symptoms of the problem. Read More
Focusing On Present Problems
Conflict is an inherent part of any business. A family business, however, frequently means that conflict comes with a life-long history of prior conflicts, issues or complaints. Read More
Talking Across Generations
Susan Winer explains how philanthropy is not just a good thing to engage in but how talking across generations can be a real benefit to family firms too. Read More
What’s Your Origin Story?
It’s human nature. We forget things. And the longer a family business is around, the more likely it is, that subsequent generations lose track of ‘why’ it all started. Read More