Conflicts will happen; it’s true in business because it’s true in life. According to The Family Firm Institute, 20% of family businesses report weekly conflict, another 20% report monthly conflict, and 42% report conflict three to four times per year.
There’s a difference between disagreements and conflict. Disagreements can be healthy and help solve difficult challenges. Conflict, on the other hand, can be destructive.
Confronting conflict, mediating disagreements, and creating a clear path to dealing with future conflict is the key to long term business and family harmony.
Assess the unique needs of your business and family to develop the perfectly tailored approach.
Design a custom plan to maximize the strengths and minimize the weaknesses of your family business to allow you to achieve long-term success.
We'll walk with you every step of the way to implement your plan so your family can enjoy and extend your family legacy and prosperity.
FAMILY CONFLICT RESOLUTION
Family is all about togetherness, but togetherness is impossible without the occasional difference… and potentially family conflict. Conflict resolution techniques use the positive emotional bonds of family to facilitate actions and proven techniques that lower the temperature and allow both the business and family to operate more effectively and harmoniuosly.
CONFLICT RESOLUTION TRAINING
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