Conflict is normal in any family or organization. Yet, many avoid conflicts, even if that avoidance affects relationships or how the foundation operates. This Passages Issue Brief shares examples of (1) what the most common conflicts are in family philanthropy; (2) what creative tactics some boards use to perpetuate the conflict avoidance; and (3) how boards can use simple tools to address conflict in a healthy, productive way.
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