Networks - Rising Gen

Mindy Kalinowski Earley, CMP, CFBA, Chief Learning Officer – Family Office Exchange
Wednesday, October 16, 2019

For families engaging in strategic planning, the proverbial questions remain the same… What does the rising generation need to know? How do we deliver that? What should we expect from them? Intentional families consider these questions for years.

The 360 Group
Monday, September 30, 2019

Every new leader faces challenges. But for those who are breaking barriers within nonprofits or family foundations, the challenges are even more pronounced.

Korn Ferry
Monday, September 30, 2019

In offices around the world Millennials are rapidly becoming managers and even senior executives. Some assistance from their employers could help, but at least right now, many organizations don’t prioritize grooming millennials as leaders. To some degree, the shift has caught many off guard.

Korn Ferry
Friday, September 27, 2019

Organizations that want to develop or retain a competitive advantage should create a diverse and inclusive environment where all can thrive. This means addressing both the company-wide structural and behavioral issues that may be preventing people from achieving their full potential.

UMB Bank
Wednesday, September 25, 2019

By fostering the idea of giving from a young age, children can learn the value and joy in helping, sharing, and giving to those who have less than them. Instilling the core ideals of philanthropy in your children's lives can also help them develop a sense of purpose and self.

Jeff Steiner, The Mutual Trust Pty Ltd
Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Market research reveals that nearly 70% of intergenerational wealth transfers fail by the third generation and almost 90% by the fourth. These are compelling statistics which have become top of mind concerns for many families as they plan their wealth transition to the next generation.

The Mutual Trust Pty Ltd
Wednesday, September 25, 2019

The most problematic challenge faced by wealthy families is not how to make more money, but how to ensure that it lasts. This requires focusing on something other than money. Successful families, whose wealth lasts for many generations, follow five key practices.

Michelle Gortan, The Mutual Trust Pty Ltd
Tuesday, September 24, 2019

The most successful enterprises, whether they’re companies or families, make a concerted effort to capture and articulate what is at their core. Taking the time to discover what drives you and your family is an investment worth making.

Schwab Charitable
Tuesday, September 24, 2019

What might your best stock holding, a piece of real estate, shares in a privately held company, interests in private equity, venture or hedge funds, fine art, collectibles, and bitcoin have in common?

Warner Norcross & Judd LLP
Monday, September 23, 2019

Nothing says, “I'm not sure our marriage will last,” like asking your new fiancé for a prenuptial agreement. This situation can be made even more touchy if the parents of the bride or groom are the ones insisting on the agreement.