In this article, I would like to focus on Restorative Mediation, in which participants reassess and redefine the conflict so that the parties can effectively work together employing more resources than they had before the conflict. Restorative Mediation can be a useful conflict management approach to families and family businesses because it integrates multiple lenses.
The summarised findings of Eva's MSc Applied Psychology dissertation were published in December 2021 on FFI Practitioner. The journal provides thought-provoking analysis, trends and research for professionals working closely with [...]
Itseohjautuvuudesta puhutaan todella paljon. Se tulee vastaan organisaatioiden rakennemuutoksissa, coaching-taitojen koulutuspyynnöissä, järjestöjen toimintaperiaatteiden uudistamisessa, organisaatioiden turnaround -toimissa ja kulttuurin muutostarpeissa. Mistä on kyse, miksi itseohjautuvuusvaateita on kaikkialla? Taustalla johtamisparadigmojen muutokset [...]
The famous culture guru Edgar H. Schein describes organizational culture using the metaphor of an iceberg. The berg has three distinct levels that all counteract with each other. The top [...]
This quote by Pema Chödrön, a Tibetan buddhist, caught my attention. To me it beautifully depicts the very nature of a human being. And the turmoil around us, making it [...]
Last week I had the opportunity to participate in the first ever Leading Organizational Resilience development program at Cranfield University. I did not quite know what to expect but as [...]
Bravemotion's article on culture was published last week on FFI Practitioner which provides thought-provoking analysis, trends and research affecting professionals in the family enterprise community. FFI practitioner is published by [...]
The concept of family differentiates family businesses from their non-family counterparts. The family circle brings along elements like tradition, stories, legacy, relationships and above all – emotions. The atmosphere of [...]