Dear Friends and Colleagues,
At Families and Work Institute (FWI), we aim to be ahead of the curve, so as our 25th Anniversary approached in 2014, I began to think about how best to preserve our legacy and position our work to thrive in the years to come.
Most people think about succession as the perpetuation of an organization, but I have been thinking about the perpetuation of our work and came to the conclusion that we needed a different approach.
From a place of strength, we are taking the bold move to divide the organization into two parts: our workforce/workplace work and children’s work, including Mind in the Making. As much as I believe in a two-generational approach — that adult and children’s issues are inextricably connected — that is not the way the external environment
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