Ten Tactics for Successful Family Companies (Revised 2021): The Business Person's Handbook

R Craig Palubiak

This book is created specifically for family-owned company shareholders, leaders and associates. The Business Person’s Handbook series consists of practical tips which address real world issues facing today’s business person. The purpose is to provide concise, yet thought-provoking perspectives that will lead to timely, positive solutions for you and your team. TIPS1) Personal Assessments - Who Are We 2) Goal Setting - Company Versus Personal 3) Corporate Mission - Common Purpose 4) Employee Partnership - The True Benefit 5) Employee Feedback - A Direct Link 6) Organizational Chart - Who and Where 7) Building Strengths - Education and Coaching 8) Business Growth Strategies - The Direction 9) Business Plan - The Implementation 10) Celebration - Pop the Cork! “Every family business has its own unique dynamics, intricacies, and challenges. Craig does an outstanding job of addressing these difficult matters. He touches on issues that any family business owner is sure to experience and presents practical solutions for these situations to achieve lasting success.” Ron Kruszewski, Chairman & CEO, Stifel Financial Corp. “Enjoyed it! This handbook is a very concise and fundamental guide to improving any business, and particularly for the unique challenges associated with a family business.” John Tracy (G2), CEO, Dot Foods USA’s Largest Food Redistributor“Considering the abundance of books out there, it’s refreshing to find one as practical and concise as this. For any business, but especially family-owned, Craig’s tips are essential to instill professionalism and achieve world class performance. A must read!” Tom Phillips (G1), CEO & Founder, Weekends Only Regional Furniture Outlet “Being part of a family business for 30 years, I loved reading the wisdom of your Ten Tactics for Successful Family Companies. You are spot on and your tips will help family businesses large and small prosper. Now that is something to celebrate!” Jim Forsyth (G2), CEO, Moto, Inc. Regional Convenience Stores – mymotomart.com