We believe that when family members can work, own, and plan together effectively and generationally, they become the most powerful force for creating long-term value.
Continuity helps families prepare for challenges, manage risk, and leverage the potential of their family enterprise.
We have particular skill in helping families that are stuck, unable to agree on next steps, or in conflict over direction, leadership, and fairness. We know how to navigate transitions. Our methodology offers our client families a way forward, even out of chaos.
The Continuity Advantage
Experience in Family Businesses
Our consultants have served in executive capacities and have been family enterprise stakeholders themselves.
They are thought leaders and active in industry organizations, with expertise in business, family systems, and conflict management.
Our consultants are trained and experienced in business, family systems, and conflict management. When warranted, teams include specialists in areas such as law, real estate, manufacturing, portfolio analysis, or family offices.
We go beyond “best practice” and “talk therapy.”
Our methodology allows us to unpack what’s going on and see ways to develop individuals, systems, and structures to address needs and grow into the next stage.
Gender- and Skill set-balanced Teams
Our teams are designed to bring deeper insight, forge stronger connections with clients, and prioritize accessibility, so we’re there when you need us, not just when a meeting was scheduled.
Tools, Training, and Experience to Transform Your Enterprise
We’ve guided hundreds of families, their operating companies, and leadership teams through diverse situations, issues, and opportunities. Each family’s circumstances are unique and deserve a customized approach.
Since 2003, Continuity Family Business Consulting has helped families around the world build connected, intentional and productive futures. Headquartered in Boston, our advisors offer extensive experience and training in business, family systems, and conflict management.
We know how to effectively integrate the expertise of estate planners, CPAs, key non-family executives, and family business stakeholders – both in and out of the business – to produce plans that work as well for the business as they do for the family.