businesses and inter generational businesses pose peculiar problems
- All the normal business issues and problems;
- Family emotional and relationship issues with all the
- complexity and pressure that that
- Fairness, jealousies, varying abilities and commitment;
- Varying financial needs and succession planning issues
- The difficulty of growing the business to feed ever expanding
- Funding of retirement of family members from the business
The mediation/facilitation process usually involves a close
working relationship with an accountant, solicitor and/or business
Experience, preparation, patience and persistence and empathy are
vital skills which Michael brings to these mediations. It takes the
special skill of a mediator combined with the specialist technical
skills of other expert advisers to provide a total package to Family
Businesses wishing to implement business planning.
A family business may see the need to have an outside independent
person to assist with communication between the various members to
work through the disparate family interests and to work on positive
This may be done as a facilitated planning meeting or a mediation
type meeting or as an ongoing management consultancy.
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