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Palgrave Macmillan US


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Eckrich and McClure provide a greater understanding of what a family business really is and how they differ from other companies and work environments. Designed to provide insight into the family and its behavior and to integrate the nonfamily employee into its uIntroduction: Your Role in a Special PartnershipWhat Makes a Family Business Unique?The Value of Family to a Family BusinessWhen Theres Conflict (And There Will Be Conflict!)Difficult PassageFrom a Founder to Sons and DaughtersDifficult Passage #2: From Sibling Control to NextGeneration CousinsUnderstanding a FamilyFirst BusinessWhat About Business Companies?When Crisis LoomsMore Understanding of the Soup Youre InThe Empowered Employee: Maximizing Your SuccessSummaryNotesSuggest''Working for a Family Business provides a framework for a nonfamily member working for a family business to evaluate and react to a number of the unique situations which may cause conflicts. The book also provides many examples of good and bad business practices and why they may or may not work in any particular situation. I would recommend this book to anyone who now works for or is considering working for a family business. Bill Ingram CEO White Castle Columbus OH USA'/'''I was delighted and surprised that Working for a Family Business provides great practical knowledge on how outsiders working in family companies can be empowered to be more effective for the family and for their own careers. Delighted and surprised because hands on advice on navigating the sometimes treacherous waters of family business is as rare as it is needed by everyone working in family enterprises. I plan to give this book not only to the nonfamily officers in my client universe of family companies but also to involved family members as well. Harry Martin (former Head of the Cargill McMillan Family Office) Family Advisors LLC Mystic CT USA'/'''Working for a Family Business: A NonFamily Employees Guide to Success unravels the mystery of the inner workings of family businesses for nonfamily employees. Chris Eckrich and Steve McClure illuminate the seeming paradoxes created by family dynamics and offer practical advice to nonfamily employees who want to ensure success. From their considerable experience the authors suggest steps to take and traps to avoid making this the ultimate survival guide for all nonfamily employees. I highly recommend this relevant wellwritten book to anyone who works in a family business or with families in business. Joanne Norton Vice President of Shareholder Relations Freedom Communications Irvine CCHRISTOPHER J. ECKRICH'Principal of The Family Business Consulting Group Inc. an adjunct faculty member at The University of Notre Dame USA and has served as a founding advisor to The Family Business Center at the University of St. Francis.'BR''BR'STEPHEN L. McCLURE'Principal at the Family Business Consulting Group Inc. and specializes in family communications and decision making succession planning and implementatio

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