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October 4, 2021

Agnelli family’s Exor unites Ferrari with former Apple designer Sir Jony Ive, Alexandra Ford English in driving seat of global Ford merchandising, Extra time for Rothermere bid to take Daily Mail trust private.

Agnelli family’s Exor unites Ferrari with former Apple designer Sir Jony Ive

John Elkann, the Agnelli family scion in control of Ferrari, anticipates “great things” from a new long-term collaboration with Sir Jony Ive, the design mastermind of Apple products.

September 24, 2021

Devansh Jain, the next generation entrepreneur of the Inox Group family business in India, says family enterprises have proven themselves quick to adapt and lead in the Covid-19 crisis and will play an increasingly important role in co-investing in emerging asset classes.

Devansh Jain, the next generation entrepreneur of the Inox Group family business in India, says family enterprises have proven themselves quick to adapt and lead in the Covid-19 crisis and will play an increasingly important role in co-investing in emerging asset classes.

February 24, 2021

Family business leader turned coach Philip Mackeown is calling on families to emerge from the Covid-19 crisis with an “additional font of courage within” and for their successors who must carry the businesses—and the family—forward.

Family business leader turned coach Philip Mackeown is calling on families to emerge from the Covid-19 crisis with an "additional font of courage within" and for their successors who must carry the businesses—and the family—forward.

August 1, 2017

Mental health and addiction issues are one of the reasons why 90% of family fortunes are lost in the third generation 

Mental health and addiction issues are one of the reasons why 90% of family fortunes are lost in the third generation 

November 1, 2006

As a business leader it is easy to dismiss the practicalities of coaching your employees on the basis of cost and time. Research shows that effective coaching produces rich returns for both employees and the business, reveals David Lassiter

David Lassiter is the founder and president of Leadership Advantage. The original version of this article was published in Leadership Advantage Newsletter: volume IV, number 1.

As a business leader it is easy to dismiss the practicalities of coaching your employees on the basis of cost and time. Research shows that effective coaching produces rich returns for both employees and the business, reveals David Lassiter

September 1, 2005

In the old days a coach was something on wheels that transported people from A to B, or an expert to help athletes reach their professional zenith. Nowadays, it is an integral part of business language and a key to added value and success, writes Chris Webbley

Chris Webbley is an executive coach at Rivercalm www.rivercalm.com

In the old days a coach was something on wheels that transported people from A to B, or an expert to help athletes reach their professional zenith. Nowadays, it is an integral part of business language and a key to added value and success, writes Chris Webbley

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