Nurturing family culture builds resilient family bonds and supports individuals. Doing this work well requires understanding the different pieces of the cycle.
The gift for someone who (you think) has everything! I am very pleased to share with you a preview of the book that features a chapter I wrote on shared family land and what to consider when preparing for generational … Continued
How choosing to depend on others builds resilience In the US, we’re raised to value independence. We learn that money is a direct path to achieve it. The more money you have, the less you need to depend on others. … Continued
Women are projected to control more than half of the wealth in our country by the middle of this century. There are those who believe that’s already happened, but the overall trend is undeniable. Some men aren’t quite sure what … Continued
Year-end is a time of year when many families discuss philanthropy. The first part of the new year is the time to put all that talk into action. Whether the conversation is focused on things you have already done together … Continued
Family Cultures Must Learn How to Adapt To remain Relevant The landscape of family culture is subjected to constant pressure from outside as the world we live in changes. This is true regardless of the size of your family or … Continued
In our previous blog posts about family culture, we have discussed why it is important to identify your family’s shared values and culture to align them across generations. Our most recent post outlined how governance structures embed core shared family … Continued
The tricky thing about managing families is that members are prone to creating rules but issuing no rule book. The rules are unwritten, but you’re expected to know them. These rules that are often based on deep-seated values. And because … Continued