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The Partnership charter

The Partnership Charter by David Gage Millions of people co-own closely held companies, family businesses, and business partnerships, but establishing them and keeping them together is never easy. Here, finally, is the guide they have been waiting for.... Read More

Books 

 
BMC Associates recommends the following valuable resources for business partners and prospective partners:

 

  • The Partnership Charter: How To Start Out Right With Your New Business Partnership (Or Fix The One You’re In)
    The Partnership Charter
    Millions of people co-own closely-held companies, family businesses, and business partnerships, but establishing them and keeping them together is never easy. Here, finally, is the guide they have been waiting for. From psychologist in business mediation expert David Gage, The Partnership Charter: How To Start Out Right With Your New Business Partnership (Or Fix The One You’re In) is a comprehensive guide to creating and sustaining successful business and professional partnerships. It makes the job of being partners in any type of partnership in any industry a lot easier and more rewarding.
  • The Partnership Charter Workbook
    Cover image of The Partnership Charter Workbook
    BMC's Partnership Charter Workbook provides a practical, structured process for partners or prospective partners to address crucial issues. Along with David Gage’s book, The Partnership Charter: How To Start Out Right With Your New Business Partnership (or Fix the One You're In, the Workbook is a step-by-step framework for creating a comprehensive set of agreements.
  • Winning From Within

    Winning From Within

    Based on her two decades of experience coaching clients in both the private and public sectors, Winning from Within: A Breakthrough Method for Leading, Living, and Lasting Change by leadership expert Erica Ariel Fox helps readers close the performance gap between their intrinsic skills (what they can do in potential) and their actual behavior when it counts. This New York Times Best Seller is fast becoming a business classic, serving as a resource for organizations wanting to build maturity, strength, and resilience in their leadership teams.