Creating a Safe Environment In Which To Hold Difficult Family Conversations (co-written with Christian Stewart)
If you want to create family agreements and policies, you need to be able
to create a Safe Environment for family members to hold discussions. If you
have important topics to discuss together as a family, for example the topic of
succession, you should be aiming to create a Safe Environment. If you hold
family meetings or have a family council, then those meetings should take place
in a Safe Environment. If you are an advisor to a family then (if your role is
to help with the family meetings and family policies and agreements) then your
role includes the responsibility for creating that Safe Environment.
What is a Safe Environment? How do you define it?
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