Why is it hard to find good successors? We believe that the root issues occur earlier in the lives of next-gen members, linked to the manner in which they experience their family’s wealth and legacy during adolescence and early adulthood.
In light of the many crises that haunt the daily news cycle, there is one segment of the corporate landscape that seems to be weathering the storm better than most: family businesses.
“A thorough and powerful work, Generations of Giving: Leadership and Continuity in Family Foundations demands.
Tools for the next generation to approach the retirement conversation tactfully with patience, strategy and smarts.
Succeeding Generations provides a thoughtful and comprehensive look at the sensitive dynamics of leadership succession in family businesses.
In principle, everyone in a family business, from shareholders and board members to executives and employees, has a right to their own politics.
Devin Deciantis and Nicolas Hollanders discuss the importance of engaging the next generation.
Ashley Blanchard talks about how philanthropic families around the world experienced the pandemic and how philanthropy has changed.
Ivan Lansberg and Devin DeCiantis discuss the importance of education with Dr. Jennifer Pendergast from Kellogg
In a surprisingly high percentage of cases, the work of family business consulting includes an element of re-parenting.