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Getting Mum and Dad to talk about succession planning can be tough! Have you tried to get your Mum and Dad to talk about succession
How mindfulness can help you look after your mental health during the current Corona Virus pandemic We are living in a time of extreme uncertainty
Each year The IFB hold a conference for Family Businesses and if you missed it, check out this episode to hear what the key points
There is a growing number of family offices across the world. But what are they and why would a family consider using one. In this episode I chat to Andra Ilie who works for a private or family office.
Emily Griffiths-Hamilton is a Chartered Accountant, a Family Enterprise Advisor and a Conflict Resolution Coach who brings three generations of experience to the subject of
Ellie Frey Zagel is 3rd Generation, Vice Chair and Trustee of her family’s foundation the Frey Foundation based in Grand Rapids, MI. For nearly
Greg McCann is the founder, principal and leader of an international family enterprise consulting firm that create workshops, consults, publishes, and innovates on issues of
Natalie McVeigh is an expert in Leadership Development, she is both a practitioner and a member of the Family Firm Institute Faculty. In this episode
Dov Baron has twice been cited as one of Inc. Magazine’s Top 100 Leadership Speakers to hire. He is a master storyteller, who has had
Each year Paul Andrews of Family Business United holds a conference to celebrate family business in the UK. Russ takes his roaming mic to speak
Mark Bergman is a serial entrepreneur and invented HANDypaint Products whilst painting his basement. The initial inspiration was a coffee can and some duct tape!
Josh Daspit is an Assistant Professor at Mississippi State University and has a passion for understanding the factors affecting family businesses ability to innovate. Josh
In the late 1800s, Harry Schweid started selling high quality meats to butchers and restaurants in New York City’s Lower East Side. By the 1930s,
We talk about their story and the successful transition from Heather’s father to Heather. We also discuss Heather’s relationship with the staff, who in many
Buying or leasing a commercial property can be a big decision for family businesses to make, there are pro’s and cons to each of these
The Bowen family systems theory is a theory of human behaviour that views the family as an emotional unit and uses systems thinking to describe
Global accountancy giants PwC conduct regular surveys to gain insights into the issues that family businesses are facing across the world. In this episode Russ
In the episode we chat to Fiona Graham, who is the Director of External Affairs and Policy at The Institute for Family Business. Fiona shares