Richard Waugh and John McDonald now Certified Facilitators of the Family Enterprise Assessment Tool (FEAT)
We are thrilled to announce that Richard Waugh and John McDonald have successfully completed the Certified Facilitator training of the research-based Family Enterprise Assessment Tool (FEAT).
FEAT is utilized as a foundation for proactive family governance and legacy planning. It is the first virtual research-based assessment, developed by Dennis T. Jaffe, PhD. and Caroline Bailey.
FEAT can be a gamechanger for cultivating a thriving family legacy. It offers a foundation to strengthen relationships and provides a pathway to modern legacy planning.
Most families struggle with engagement and communication at some level. Add a family business and geographic dispersion into the mix and it can be even more complicated. FEAT helps bridge the gap that may be separating families and bring them back to the table.
Benefits of FEAT
Opportunity for proactive planning
Understand family perceptions
Provides structure for productive conversations
Allows every voice to be heard
FEAT is a true gift to give future generations.
Purpose & Connection
Trust & Fairness
Communication & Conflict Resolution
Flexibility & Resilience
Preparing the Next Generation.
Direction & Development
Transparency & Collaboration
Policies for Family Participation
Wealth & Ownership
Continuity & Succession
Family & Enterprise Explored
10 Key Areas
Anonymous & Confidential
Efficient & Comprehensive
To find out how we can help you with family governance and legacy planning, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org