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The Family Business Consulting Group Welcomes Tom Emigh

August 23, 2019
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Tom Emigh is the newest consultant of The Family Business Consulting Group specializing in facilitation, conflict resolution, next-gen development and continuity planning. He is passionate about helping family businesses pursue a successful and compelling mission through developing individuals and owning families to become better at everything they do.

“Tom’s ability to quickly establish rapport and trust with all members of the business-owning family make him an outstanding family business consultant," said Managing Principal Drew Mendoza. “His doctoral work in Organizational Behavior and Leadership and graduate degree in counseling psychology combined with his mediation training and significant leadership experience are valuable assets to the FBCG team.”

He is both concerned with the development of the person, but also quickly grasps both strategic and operational processes and how systems operate throughout organizations, industries, and families. Tom believes that excellent organizations, full of empowered leaders, can have a positive impact in our society to help all people grow and learn.

Tom has extensive experience in working with family businesses, growing and developing multiple generations, guiding succession implementation, and developing curriculum and teaching in a variety of contexts. He brings actual leadership experience, systems thinking and operational expertise to bear in coaching and consulting relationships in large and small organizations.





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