Managing a family owned business can be a tricky thing.
When managing a business with your family, you can be confronted with decisions that put family and business interests at odds. As a result, this often leaves a family business owner feeling physically and emotionally drained. Above all, you may feel like you can’t share these concerns or ask for assistance from your family.
Learn how to manage the complex and unique aspects of a family owned business with our family business white paper. You will find guidance and advice on:
Balancing emotional responses with operational objectives.
Positive and negative aspects of family business conflict.
Understanding & managing conflict in a family owned business.
Resources for skill development and family business advice.
But how do we differ from a traditional or small business coach? They may concentrate on improving your sales, sorting out your HR or helping you with your finances but that’s where it often ends. At TAB, we’ll look at these too of course, but we’ll start with you, the business owner, as a person.