For Governance Professionals

How Emotional Governance Enhances CLIENT LOYALTY with Deeper, Stronger Tether.

“Respect is earned. Honesty is appreciated. Trust is gained. Loyalty is returned.” – Unknown “Being responsible sometimes means pissing people off” – General Colin Powell As human beings we seek those who are authentic, operate with integrity, and hold us accountable so we can be more responsible to ourselves and others. Yet very few of …

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How Emotional Governance is Necessary for Legal Governance to Work

Why Traditional Governance needs Emotional Governance — Behavioral Risk Management — to be effective. Until Emotional Governance, families are not aware of how they do or can impact the family business. Governance limits itself by not offering Emotional Governance as value-added to their clients. When looking at the three-circle model of family business, the common …

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What the Governance space is missing, and how it can benefit from Emotional Governance.

NexWhy Governance and Emotional Governance DO NOT compete and how Organized Emotional Governance improves business and reduces turnover, enabling Traditional Governance to be more effective. Emotional Governance, when not confused with financial governance, increases the bottom line, eliminates resistance, and relieves costly weight in all family business. Family enterprise requires two types of governance to …

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