When you work in a family business, business is personal.
Differences are normal, so
conflict is natural -- but
differences don't have to be divisive.
Learn how to balance family, business, and individual needs.
Melissa Mitchell-Blitch, Family Business Consultant and Author of In the Company of Family: How to Thrive When Business Is Personal
A former CPA and financial advisor, my career started at a Big 5 accounting firm. As part of the Family Wealth Planning group, I saw the challenges of family business and family wealth.
The challenges overshadowed the enjoyment of working with family. I knew there had to be a better way, but could not find anyone who could help navigate the intersection of family, business, and wealth. Determined, I left my career in finance and earned a Master's in Psychology.
In the almost two decades since, I have learned how families and their businesses can thrive -- even when business is personal. Let me help you, your family, and its business thrive.
In the Company of Family: How to Thrive When Business Is Personal
Through real-life case studies, In the Company of Family reveals the Principles of Boundaries, which help families in business enhance family relationships, individual well-being, and business vitality -- three priorities not easy to balance.