MAKE MORE MONEY IN LESS TIME WITH FEWER HEADACHES AND A HIGHER QUALITY OF LIFE
Family Governance is a topic that most families are reluctant to address. It covers two broad topics: governance of the business and of the family. Most family businesses, especially in the formative years, take on the characteristics of the founder or founding family. Although this entrepreneurial model works for an early stage family owned business, as the company grows in size it needs gradual evolution to a different, more professional model. Boards of Advisors and professional management are two ways to improve performance of the business and family systems.
Most families find there is a need to formally discuss family issues like estate plans, family business leadership transition, and family fairness. Among the best venues to do this are Family Councils, Family Retreats, and formal Family Meetings.
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.
BOARD OF ADVISORS
NEW WHITE PAPER: “Proof of Financing”
There’s not much point in building things if a project owner(s) cannot meet his obligations! If you’re working for government or public entities, this usually isn’t a worry. Private owners and developers – especially if the economy softens over time – can present a...
It’s What You STAND FOR!
Roy Spence wrote It’s Not What You Sell, It’s What you Stand For, and it’s a great book (thanks, John Woodcock)! It sounds like a book about selling, doesn’t it? It isn’t, and I think Spence got his title wrong. He should have gone with the subtitle Why Every...
The Secret for Finding Your Happiness
Construction has traditionally been viewed as a rather grim industry. Wake up, work incredibly hard, drop in bed at night exhausted, and then get up and do it all over again – for decades. But does it really have to be that way? Why can’t you have a team of high...