Next Generation Leadership Selection: Determining which sibling or in-law in generation two is the best qualified to lead the enterprise.
Interpersonal Conflict: Navigating daily operations and crucial conversations
Executive Team Advising: We also know that partnerships and executive teams in long-hold, closely-held businesses share a lot of characteristics with family businesses.
Role Alignment: Making sure you don’t have the wrong person in the wrong seat on the bus
Leadership Training: Developing the emotional intelligence necessary for contemporary organizational leadership.
Founder Transition: Helping founders renegotiate their role and relationship to the enterprise they started and often still love.