Enabling family conversations

Councils help families ease into more formal governance

Meetings also promote unity and keep family members from ‘heading off in all kinds of different directions’ Cindy McGlynn  •  Canadian Family Offices Benevolent dictatorship models of family governance are popular, often by default. But by the time a family business involves…

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The worst strategy for coping with blended families: Hope it goes well.

We had the great pleasure to be interviewed by Augusta Dwyer from canadianfamilyoffice.com. Please enjoy her article: The worst strategy for coping with blended families: Hope it goes well.

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Tensions between families and their own family offices are rife – could a chief learning & development office help?

Tensions between families and their own family offices are rife

We had the great pleasure to be interviewed by Michael Foster from Family Capital. Please enjoy his perspective on our conversation as it pertains to the role of chief learning and developement office.

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