Business partnerships like marriage, involve issues of money, balance of power and workload, disagreement and compromise. They can also be richly rewarding. It takes hard work to make partnerships successful for the long-haul, as well as a deep understanding and appreciation of your partner’s vision, goals and differences.
Are you potentially ignoring red flags of a failing business partnership? Do you recognize any of these symptoms?
If you want the partnership to succeed, we specialize in helping partners and ownership teams get back on track. Barri Carian has 30 years of experience conducting partner interventions that repair the relationship between partners so they can focus on their business success.
It is estimated that up to 67% of business partnerships fail in the first five years. So why wouldn’t you do everything you can to increase the chances for success of your partnership?
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“i don’t say it enough, but I think it every time we work together. You are awesome! Thank you for how you have helped our business grow, helped us as owners and our team develop as leaders and helped bring my partner and I closer and working more cohesively. It’s such a joy to be working with you.”
Julie Stewart, President, Sportsheets International Inc.