There is No ‘Right Answer’: Finding a Way, a Process to Address Challenges

Fredda recently posted an article on Forbes, There Is No ‘Right Answer’: Finding A Way, A Process To Address Challenges

The other day, a client asked us why we could not just provide them with the “right” answer to their current family enterprise challenge. A good question coming mainly from a belief that “experts” have the answers or a template for “the” answer.

And perhaps also coming from a feeling of how difficult it is to come to resolutions of challenges that touch the core of overlapping family relationships and family economy.

You can read the post in its entirety here: https://www.forbes.com/sites/freddaherzbrown/2019/08/05/there-is-no-right-answer-finding-a-way-a-process-to-address-challenges/#485a5da64647

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

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