The Practitioner is pleased to bring you the first in a series of preview articles from the FBR September 2013 Special Issue on Advising Family Enterprise, co-edited by Trish Reay, University of Alberta, and W. Gibb Dyer, Brigham Young University.
Two types of stress punctuate personal experience. Eustress (pleasant or curative stress) is inspirational and motivational.
According to today’s blogger Greg McCann, students who are members of family enterprises, whether or not they have worked or will work in the business, should have at least a basic grounding in how family firms operate.
How Coaching and Consulting Work Together to Complete the Puzzle of Sustainable Change, an article by Carmen Lence
In any family enterprise, the founders or senior members may doubt their decisions or the family may question their intentions.