People Don't Like to Be Told What to Do: Creating an Atmosphere of Teamwork and Mutual Accomplishment

Rivers, Wayne
February 2012
Family Business Advisor;Feb2012, p1
The article offers the author's insights regarding the book by Gordon Livingston and its useful applications in family businesses. He states that the book offers ideal life lessons presented in short and bite-sized installments. He mentions that Family Business Institute (FBI) conducts a meeting with a family who has business interaction conflicts. He adds that appreciations and positive accomplishments are two principles that can be used to solve interaction problems.


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