Category Archives: Relationships
Relationship Turnaround: One Family Success in Business

April 29, 2013

Small to medium sized businesses fuel the economy.  Many are family-owned and run. Recently, we’ve been hearing a lot of stories about these companies in various stages of transferring the business to the next generation. The common thread through all of them is that the leaders bring history and a deeper level of intimacy to […]

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That Chair Over There: The Two Sides To Decision Making

April 21, 2011

By John Munce, Deployment Executive, The Tatham Group I’m of two minds about decisions.  It was my grandmother that taught me about them because my grandparents exemplify the two approaches to decisions. One afternoon I was sitting with my grandmother in the TV room of my grandparent’s house.  The TV wasn’t on and I was […]

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Fairly Efficient

February 21, 2011

By John Munce, Deployment Executive, The Tatham Group The seven of us gathered to divide the spoils.  Our uncle had died and left everything to the nieces and nephews.  He left explicit instructions for the guns and cars, vague instructions for the furniture and household goods, and the instruction that family furniture from our grandparents […]

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There’s More To Work Than Making Money

December 9, 2009

By Laurie Clarke, COO, The Tatham Group “Tell me how a person is measured and I’ll tell you how they behave.” Every leader knows the truth of this statement. It used to be that higher pay, more vacation time and great benefits were enough to elicit loyalty and dedication from employees. The question is, do […]

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