- Amanda Lee Brings HR and Interim CFO Skills to Platinum
- New Brand Identity and Web Site Speaks to Business Owners’ Future
- Platinum Group Received National “Turnaround of the Year” Award
- Platinum Group Received National 2018 “Turnaround of the Year” Award
- Platinum Group Receives National “Turnaround of the Year” Award as Financial Advisor for St. Paul-Based Christ’s Household of Faith
- Building a Great Culture in Your Business
- Best Practices to Proactively Track Business Performance
- When the Owner has a Distorted View of Reality
- Justice is Never Enough
- Cabins and Family Conflict
- Best Practices to Recession-Proof Your Business
- Platinum Owner Transition Forum
- Explore Best Practices for Your Business at November 14 Event
Join our Owner Transition Forum to gain fresh perspectives from other family business owners’ experiences. These monthly breakfast roundtables offer insights and open dialog around real owner stories in a confidential setting. Contact Steve Coleman at 612-270-4327 or Steve.Coleman@thePlatinumGrp.com
January 1, 2019
7:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Name of Business
123 Street Address, Suite 000
Minneapolis, MN 12345
Tickets are going fast and you can register by clicking here.
HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!
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How Platinum Group helped a nonprofit develop a healthy board of directors
Everyone talks about culture. Everyone believes that a good culture is necessary to success in business. Yet, our understanding of what it takes to build a great culture is amazingly immature because, in part, we don’t know how to define what culture is. Consider these definitions that a quick Google search will give you: “In other MORE
“How is my company performing and what, if anything, should I be doing to keep on track?” That’s a common question owners should ask themselves daily. Just like going on a trip, they know their desired destination — sustainable profitability and working capital sufficiency. Yet without a series of early warning indicators, they begin to MORE
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As a board member of Banyan Community, Platinum Group’s Tom Hubler is inviting friends, clients and trusted advisors to support the effort to transform lives in the Phillips Neighborhood by attending the Annual Banyan Banquet on October 27. The goal is close to Tom’s heart: developing youth, strengthening families and creating community.
What are the elements of great owners (and great leaders)? According to Platinum Group’s Bill English, great leaders understand that their thoughts and ideas are not infallible and that they have room to grow – and need to grow if their business is going to get to the next level. They grow by letting others challenge the following areas: MORE
Family members in family businesses suing each other is not uncommon. Just in the last few months, I’ve run across several situations in which family members sue each other for various reasons. For example, in Newton, PA, Nina Kaplan was successfully sued by her father and is now required to pay $2.13 million because of poor business MORE
Join us on Wednesday, November 13th at Finnegan’s Brewery in Minneapolis, MN for the 2019 Best Practices Conference. Our topic is “Best Practices for Recession-Proofing Your Business”. If you’d like to attend as our guest, please contact Bill English (Bill.English@thePlatinumGrp.com).
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The Soul of Family Business
Family business expert Tom Hubler compiles three decades of wisdom in his new book.
- Essential guidebook for family business owners and advisors alike
- Book to debut at Barnes & Noble Galleria launch event on October 22, 2018
In his new book, The Soul of Family Business: A practical guide to family business success and a loving family, Tom Hubler takes readers on a journey through the heart and soul of family business.
Using case studies from his more than 35 years as a leading family business consultant, Hubler explores what it takes to run a successful family business, illustrating how love is the foundation and family values are the secret sauce for success.
Hubler will speak about his approach and sign books during a launch event at 6:30 p.m. on Oct. 22, 2018, at Barnes & Noble, located on the lower east side of the Galleria Shopping Mall in Edina, Minnesota, 55435. The public is invited to attend.
The Soul of Family Business covers topics such as the development of a shared vision for the family and for the business, tackling "speck of dust" issues, creating individual and organizational strategies to ensure a personally and financially rewarding business and wealth preparation planning to ensure that family values continue to emphasize a family culture of gratitude, philanthropy and living purposeful lives.
“As I round the corner into the endgame of my life, I am happy to share what I've learned
with others,” Hubler said. “It's my hope that it will help members of family businesses appreciate their uniqueness.”
Packed with family business best practices and practical tips for everything from managing conflict to succession planning, The Soul of Family Business is an essential guide for family business owners and advisors alike.
As a pioneer in the field of family business consulting, Hubler created many of the models for a successful family business. To this day, he continues to shape this important field, helping families strengthen connections and eliminate barriers to healthy, productive family and business relationships.
“The Soul of Family Business is all about creating and preserving a truly healthy family in business,” said Ernesto J. Poza, professor emeritus at Thunderbird School of Global Management. “Unlike most family business literature, this book's focus is not best practices but rather the heart and soul of the family in business. Conflict resolution, recovery from substance abuse and family betrayals, forgiveness and gratitude are elegantly and practically discussed in Tom Hubler's book.”
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