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20Jan2019

Family Business Succession: conclusion

 

Start Early

As discussed in the previous post, most psychologists specializing in the area recommend thinking about succession as a long-term process rather than as a defined event, or worse, an anointment. Some even recommend that the process begin years…

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13Jan2019

Family Business Succession: the dance

 

Typically when I consult with family businesses thinking about succession, I first meet with the founder, then the aspiring members of the second generation – but very quickly I try to gather everyone in the same room. With the…

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01Jan2019

Family Business Succession: my experience

In my work with family businesses, I find that succession planning is like taxes- it’s painful to do but the consequences of a failure to act are worse.

 

The pain is related to the myriad complexity of financial, legal and…

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FEATURED READINGS FROM DR. B

As part of my coaching, I make it a habit to loan books from my collection to address specific issues in the workplace. Here’s what on my shelf right now.

Good Boss: Bad Boss by Robert Sutton

  At a recent California psychology conference, I found myself in a long line of post-talk attendees hoping to speak to the renowned speaker, and former professor of mine, Dr Don Meichenbaum.   Some forty years ago, I was lucky enough to be in a small group of doctoral students in Clinical Psychology at the

The Asshole Survival Guide by Robert Sutton

The catchy title perhaps belies the academic credentials behind the scholarly author of this very quotable book on coping with demeaning or critical bosses. Robert Sutton is a professor of Management Studies at Stanford and an author of numerous books on management, organizations and business psychology. Although not his latest book, The Asshole Survival Guide

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