Hi, I’m Scott.
I’m the President of a single family office and private trust company, an advisor to family members seeking a more authentic presence around wealth, a speaker and writer on family enterprise issues, a facilitator of difficult but generative conversations for business and family leaders, an expert on conflict and negotiation, and a Zen priest.
In a recent podcast interview, I dive into the practicalities of what makes a family-focused office different from many family offices? Ruth Steverlynck and I explore human capital development, opportunity versus obligation, and the role of fear in family enterprise.
Is this the best single graph available to track a family’s stewardship of its financial capital? You decide.
How would you know whether someone has (fully? sufficiently?) integrated financial wealth in a healthy way?
What are the stages of integrating financial capital into one’s life? How do you know if someone has done so successfully?
What is a family learning curriculum? How should it be structured? And how can it address human capital, learning capital, social capital, legacy capital, and financial capital?
My thoughts, your inbox.
Intentional Family Wealth: A Conscious Leadership Intensive
Facilitated by Scott Peppet and Sue Heilbronner
Thursday, June 10 (9am-5pm MT) and
Friday, June 11 (9am-4pm MT)
Conversations around family wealth are frequently undermined by ego, secrecy, anxiety,or defensiveness. Complex emotional and motivational issues obscure shared goals and aspirations. It doesn’t have to be that way. You can shift that dynamic.
Space in the program will be limited. Contact Sue today to apply.