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The “3rd Chapter”: Writing Your Legacy with Edward Monte

The “3rd Chapter”: Writing Your Legacy with Edward Monte

As you enter the “3rd Chapter” of life, you will begin to polish the legacy you’ll leave within your family business. At our Legacy Conference on September 29, Edward Monte, Ph.D, will discuss how embrace this phase and make each moment count. Get a preview of his insights here:

 

 

What challenges do family businesses face when exploring the […]

Encore Careers: Strengths, Challenges, and Passions with Bruce Boyd

Encore Careers: Strengths, Challenges, and Passions with Bruce Boyd

You’ve built a legacy within your business. Now what? For Bruce Boyd, the next step was pursing an “encore career” that explored new sectors and new passions. Read below for his insights on these transitions and a sneak peek of his session at our Legacy Conference on September 29!

 

 

How did you find courage to leave the day-to-day […]

Why We Need More Humor in Our Lives

Why We Need More Humor in Our Lives

“The true purpose of humor (is) to help people cope with the fears and horrors of the world.”

– Keegan-Michael Key, Jordan Peele

 

I have been lucky enough to have had a very special person in my life, my Uncle Joe. Every time I saw him he would put his arms around me […]

Shifting Gears: Leadership Transition and Legacy with FK Day

Shifting Gears: Leadership Transition and Legacy with FK Day

What happens to your legacy when you transition from your family business to a new venture? We asked FK Day, one of the speakers for our Legacy Conference on September 29, how he shifted from his leadership position at SRAM to founder of World Bicycle Relief. Check out our interview below to see how core values and […]

StoryPower: Your Hidden Heritage with Judith Kolva

StoryPower: Your Hidden Heritage with Judith Kolva

Our Legacy Conference is one month away, and we have a great group of speakers ready to share their insights on legacy in the family and business. We asked Judith Kolva to give us a sneak peek into her session, StoryPower: Your Hidden Heritage. Read her post below on the value of storytelling and what […]

FBC Home Videos | Jude Rake

FBC Home Videos | Jude Rake

Did you miss our most recent conference on culture in family business? Check out a quick clip of Jude Rake, one of our speakers from the event, as he talks about some insight into why culture in family business is important.

The Future of Healthcare: Community Health Assessment Done Right

The Future of Healthcare: Community Health Assessment Done Right

A network visually depicting how community input

becomes meaningful health assessments.

 

Currently there is a problem in the way organizations assess and implement decisions to improve the health of communities.  Scarce resources such as government funding are not allocated efficiently. Overall, the community does not receive the help that they truly need […]

Big Data for Social Justice

Big Data for Social Justice

 

To kick-off summer, the CME Group Business Analytics Lab provided mentoring and professional guidance to students who participated in the First Year Research Experience (FYRE). Undergraduate, graduate and Loyola faculty spent three weeks conducting research and experiments on various topics ranging from app development to genome sequencing research. Kajal […]

Andy Rooney (2005) gave echo to William James (1910)

Andy Rooney (2005) gave echo to William James (1910)

Memorial Day 2017 is now almost history.  Before it completely gets away from us, let us reflect on something Andy Rooney originally said in his 60-Minutes segment on May 29, 2005 (http://www.cbsnews.com/news/rooney-rethinks-memorial-day/):

Tomorrow is Memorial Day, the day we have set aside to honor by remembering all the Americans who have died fighting for […]

Summer Book Bag

Gini in a Bottle

Al Gini

Summer Book Bag

 

Ah, summer is soon upon us! Summer says the song is when “the living is easy!” Well, I’m not sure it ever gets “easy,” but summer does seem to offer us a few delicious options: longer days, nice weather, “road trips,” the beach, […]