How can you create increased family harmony and transparency across your family or private business? By sorting out what to communicate, to whom and how often.
Making the wrong communication call can result in a lack of information, hurt feelings and poor decisions. In our two-part series on managing communication, SkillSource’s Lynne Ruhl and Michelle Thompson will return to discuss how to create the structures and processes necessary for effective communication.
We’ll identify the different roles in family and private businesses and understand what issues are important to each one and why. Then we’ll look at the best channels to communicate.
What You’ll Learn:
- Identify what issues are best to communicate, to whom, when, how and how often
- Explore what business issues should be transparent to family members, employees, and owners … and why
- Learn about Family Councils
- Explore best practices