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Developing Team Players in Our Families and Our Businesses

Sally DerstineManaging Partner, Senior Family Business Advisor

Being a team player has always been important to me as I’ve…

Family Business Advisor Blog, Part 2
‘The Rules’

Matt Sullivan

Matt Sullivan is a Family Business Advisor at DVFBC.  He brings over…

Family Business Advisor Blog, Part I
Seventy Percent

Matt Sullivan

Hear from Matthew Sullivan, one of our Family Business Advisors! Matt has over…

Protecting Your Family and Business from Unforeseen Circumstances

Ian Meierdiercks

Most business owners believe they have their planning in order. Their team…

Building Emotional Agility

Sally DerstineManaging Partner, Senior Family Business Advisor

So why did we choose Building Emotional Agility as our 2020 theme?…

Making it Safe When Others Blow Up or Clam Up

Sally DerstineManaging Partner, Senior Family Business Advisor

This is the fifth in a series of blog posts inspired by…

Challenging Our Stories

Trina StutzmanLeadership Coach

This is the fourth in a series of blog posts inspired by…

How You Talk is Just as Important as How Much You Talk

Jared ByasPartner, Family Business Advisor

This is the third in a series of blog posts inspired by…

May 16 Forum Presenter Featured in INC. Last Week

Sally DerstineManaging Partner, Senior Family Business Advisor

I am delighted Dave Griffith has accepted my invitation to speak at…

Intentional Planning – Can we talk about the future of the family business?

Beth GoshowMember Experience

One of our many trusted advisors is Paula Barrett from RKL. Paula…

Change Takes a First Step

Sally DerstineManaging Partner, Senior Family Business Advisor

Many of you know why I’ve been glowing the last two months….

The Family Business Platinum Rule

Jared ByasPartner, Family Business Advisor

Here’s my thesis: The Golden Rule can be confusing & unhelpful in…

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