Make Sure You Have Compatible Personalities

Beaver had been working with his soon for several months now. It was an internship with his son, but he wanted to bring him on full time as a worker. Although Beaver loved his son he was slightly unsure of how they would work together. Beaver had a very stern take when it came to business. Customers liked knowing someone was in charge and things were getting done. His on the other hand liked to let customers know that he was his friend and move at a slower pace with them. So before Beaver hired his son he had to make sure their personalities matched up when it came to working together or it would likely lead to trouble.

Lesson: This lesson is inspired by the Rescue a CEO Post “Tips on How to Succeed When Working with Your Grown-up Kids

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