Jennifer East works with leading business and financial families in North America, Europe and Asia. Her work includes family and business governance, building common goals amongst diverse family members, enhancing communication between generations and developing the next generation of business leaders, inheritors, shareholders and philanthropists.
As a lifelong next generation leader in her own family's business, Jennifer's passion for working with families has developed over many years of personal experience. She is an internationally trained executive coach and family business facilitator, and a frequent speaker and workshop leader on issues of inter-generational cooperation, next generation leadership development and diversity. In 2010, Jennifer will be Co-Chair of the 2010 Family Firm Institute Annual Conference in Chicago.
Canada's second-largest family empire is reeling from the unexpected and simultaneous loss of two key family members. How the Irvings respond to these events will impact their succession process, writes Jennifer East
When dealing with next gen members, family office executives and senior family members often subconsciously look at them through the lens of the family office or family business and try to find a way that they can fit into that picture.
Slated to become the fourth largest economy by 2050 with projected growth of 5% or more over the next 40 years, India has much to teach the rest of the world, particularly its family firms, writes Jennifer East.
Jim Shaw is a force to be reckoned with in the Canadian cable industry. The third-generation CEO of the Shaw empire is known for his cowboy charm, gruff temperament and ability to deliver healthy returns, writes Jennifer East
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