Getting Along in Family Business: The Relationship Intelligence Handbook
What is it that makes it possible for some families in business to successfully work together for over 100 years, and for others to end up in litigation? Getting Along in Family Business is a practical guide for business owning families and their professional advisors. Edwin A. Hoover and Colette Lombard Hoover identity the single most important factor to the success of any business: Relationship Intelligence. With over ten years' experience working with family businesses of all sizes and types, the authors provide practical applications and principles for creating and managing relationships, which helps family businesses solve problems effectively, plan for the future, bridge differences, and deal with change.
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