Passion And Emotion In, As Well As For, Learning

Fredda recently posted an article on Forbes, “Passion And Emotion In, As Well As For, Learning”.

I have talked about learning as essential to resiliency and as an interactive process of engagement with people and materials in such a way that one’s understanding of them is changed. It is the interactive process with people that I want to speak about this month.

You can review the short piece here: https://www.forbes.com/sites/freddaherzbrown/2019/01/31/passion-and-emotion-in-as-well-as-for-learning/#3ca8d01f78ee

A Focus On Learning – An Essential Element In A Resilient Family

Fredda recently posted an article on Forbes, “A Focus On Learning—An Essential Element In A Resilient Family.

We see an increasing need for enterprising families to reconsider the perspective, thinking and processes they bring to their interactions across generations—and in the process, develop approaches to life that build resilience.

You can review the short piece here: https://www.forbes.com/sites/freddaherzbrown/2018/10/26/a-focus-on-learning-an-essential-element-in-a-resilient-family/#7bc21f197488

 

Resilience and Sustainability – An Inextricable Pair

Fredda recently posted an article on Forbes, “Resilience and Sustainability – An Inextricable Pair”.

For family enterprise owners, providing a sense of steadiness at the helm with a clear vision, mission, and strategic plan for their holdings is essential but no longer sufficient for their journeys. Families who are able to grow (or even maintain) their enterprises must also have the ability to be agile, to be resilient.

You can review the short piece here: https://www.forbes.com/sites/freddaherzbrown/2018/09/18/resilience-and-sustainability-an-inextricable-pair/#4f819b4e5e55

Want to Become More Sustainable? Become More Resilient

Fredda recently posted an article on Forbes, “Want to Become More Sustainable? Become More Resilient”.

Resilience is a concept getting more attention in the family enterprise field. For several decades the focus has been on continuity and harmony, with the goal of assuring sustainability and creating a sense of togetherness and steadiness. Sort of a status quo view.

You can review the short piece here: https://www.forbes.com/sites/freddaherzbrown/2018/08/22/want-to-be-more-sustainable-become-more-resilient/#4eac05b3c1c1

“Resilience and Sustainability: Essentials for Helping a Family Enterprise be Sustainable” Relative Solutions hosts Advisor/Investor Roundtable at the Institute for Private Investors in New York City – April 25, 2017

Fredda Herz Brown leads an Advisor/Investor Roundtable today with members of the Institute for Private Investors in New York City.  As professional advisors at Relative Solutions, one of our objectives is to help families to have the difficult conversations necessary to move themselves forward both as individuals and as integral members of their family enterprises.  But how do we know when there is readiness and availability to begin this process?  How do we help enable resilience in a family, to help them do the hard work that’s required and endure the process?  To learn more about “Resilience and Sustainability:  Essentials for Helping a Family Enterprise be Sustainable,” please contact us at Relative Solutions.

Video presentations: FOA’s “Successful Families” series

Relative Solutions is pleased to share the next series of conversations on what makes for “Successful Families.” In collaboration with Family Office Association, Fredda Herz Brown joins a leading panel of her peers to discuss best practices around “Mission and Constitution” and developing a family “Sense of Purpose.” We invite you to listen to these perspectives and insights here: https://vimeo.com/album/4228677