Networks - Rising Gen

Abbot Downing
Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Doug Balfour, author of Doing Good Great: An Insider’s Guide to Getting the Most Out of Your Philanthropic Journey, and Pat Armstrong of the Abbot Downing Institute for Family Culture discuss best practices for engaging in philanthropic activities as

PwC Private Company Services
Friday, February 1, 2019

The results of the U.S. Family Business Survey findings brought out the importance of being prepared to compete in a far more digital economy. Family businesses have built up trust among loyal employees and their ownership group.

Amy Zehnder, Ascent Private Capital Management
Wednesday, January 30, 2019

People, by nature, are born to judge and make judgments about others as well as themselves.

Pitcairn
Monday, January 21, 2019

When it comes to the family, dynamics are changing. There is no longer one dominant family form in the U.S., according to Pew research. Parents are waiting longer to have children, and many millennials are living at home or taking a less direct route to adulthood.

Choosing a Coach to Unlock Your Leadership Potential

Jan 18 2019 - kwick@familyoffice.com

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National Center for Family Philanthropy
Wednesday, December 12, 2018

It’s the giving season—a time of joy, wonder, togetherness, and sharing. For Kimberly Myers-Hewlett, it is also a special time that brings her back to her philanthropic roots that began with her parents teaching her brother and her the meaning of caring for others.

2018 Rising Gen Forum Materials