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September 2009 Blog Posts (3)

First steps, great results, too much to do.

Last Thursday, September 10th with the support of Mr. Guillermo Salazar Nava and the whole team I’m working within the Venezuelan Industrial Union – CONINDUSTRIA, I achieve one little dream of held a lecture of Mr. Nava about (Family protocols) for a small group of selected family enterprises. Since, I got involved early this year with good practices of corporate governance for small and medium enterprises SMEs and later becoming a member of The Family Firm Institute FFI with the intention to… Continue

Added by Pablo Aure Fariñez on September 15, 2009 at 4:30pm — 2 Comments

It’s a Kind of Magic: Family Meetings

From my experience, I can see that it all depends on the level of commitment of the members of a family for a shared future. And, of course, a good dose of respect for each other (the key that opens all problems with communication).

I’m still impressed by the magic of many families in their first meeting as a working group. Some times, as a consultant, you only need to sit and wait: instinctively they find their way to improve their communication and their openness to dialog as they… Continue

Added by Guillermo Salazar on September 4, 2009 at 9:51am — No Comments

Developing Next Generation Leaders

When advisors talk about planning for succession, they are often talking about the immediate challenge of selecting an individual who can run the business once the CEO retires. The process of succession planning is actually more extensive and multi-faceted and including issues such as good corporate and family governance, and strategic planning. That being said, one of the most important things that families who seek to maintain ownership across generations can do is to prepare the next… Continue

Added by Andrew D. Keyt on September 1, 2009 at 1:46pm — No Comments

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