“One of the basic processes we go through as individuals is the challenge of differentiating from our family while still retaining a sense of ‘familiness’,” says FBCG principal, Mark Green.
Marietta, GA (PRWEB) August 15, 2010
The Family Business Consulting Group, Inc. ® (efamilybusiness.com), announced today, they will be hosting a new webinar on August 18, 2010. The webinar, The Impact of Emotional Cutoff on the Family Business, will be presented by FBCG principal, Mark Green and FBCG senior associate, Greg Greenleaf.
In the presentation, Green and Greenleaf, will discuss the affects of emotional cutoff and how it can be seen both physically, when the family member physically removes themselves from the family; and psychologically, where they may still live in close proximity but are not engaged with the family.
“One of the basic processes we go through as individuals is the challenge of differentiating from our family while still retaining a sense of ‘familiness’,” says FBCG principal, Mark Green. “It is a life-long process for all individuals and a particular challenge for those involved in a family business as often the roles of individuals are many and the boundaries blurred.”
There are many things to consider regarding the impact emotional cutoff has on the family system, the business system and the individual’s emotional well-being.
In this webinar, Green and Greenleaf will address the following topics.
•Different theories regarding emotional cutoff
•Processes used to manage the cutoff for the individual and the family
•How to bring the individual and family to a place of support for each other
•How to keep one’s individuality in a family while remaining a part of the system
•What the individual can do if resolution is not imminent
•What the family can do if resolution is not imminent
For more information about the webinar or to register, click here
About The Family Business Consulting Group, Inc.:
Founded in 1994, The Family Business Consulting Group is the leading business consultancy exclusively devoted to helping family enterprises prosper across generations. With 22 consultants in the United States, Canada and Europe, FBCG advises more business-owning families than any other firm in the world. In addition to assisting clients with strategic planning and succession planning, FBCG consultants conduct research, present seminars and author newsletters and books addressing key issues such as conflict resolution, board development, and improving family relationships and communications. The firm is headquartered in Marietta, Georgia.
For more information about The Family Business Consulting Group and its services, contact Ken Bosshart at 770.421.0110 or visit efamilybusiness.com
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