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Case study | The cost of avoiding conflict

Background: Fifteen years ago, Estelle founded a business in the creative industries. At the time she was clear that she wanted to exit the business in ten years and to structure it in a way that would give her the time she needed to bring up her young family. So she gave a long-standing employee […]

Sell out and get out – by Jo Haigh

I have just recently done my 309th corporate finance transaction and when I help someone sell their company I always say that, unless there is no other option, an owner manager needs to exit the business with their cheque firmly in their hands as soon as possible. Three of the 309 transactions involved a personal […]

From Conflict to Collaboration

Academy Group 34, chief executive mentoring and experiential learning group (with members from the Dorset area) recently had Shay McConnon as their speaker on the subject of “Conflict to Collaboration”. Conflict eats into time, morale and profits. It is the largest reducible cost in many organisations. Managers can spend up to 25% of their time […]

Partnership Conflicts in Business

The Academy for Chief Executives, a leading provider of experiential business learning facilitates groups of CEOs and Managing Directors who meet together every month to network and take full advantage of experiential learning. Part of membership is ‘The Board You Could Never Afford‘ where members take their issues to the table and discuss with their […]