Family Conflict Resolution Facilitation and Consulting

Offering sharp, direct outside support to complex family business or generational family conflicts or transitions

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"Thank you for your work, pushing the questions, holding space, and getting us over the edge. I feel much lighter and stronger. And I thank you for that."

Anonymous elder generation family member

Making generational transitions in families – around family businesses, family legacy properties, or general wealth – can be a complicated matter. The added feature of family and the natural changes in mindset between generations brings a number of unique challenges.

Sue Heilbronner has been a resource for family conflict resolution in these contexts for years, bringing her Conscious Leadership tools and expertise, her broad background in business and law, and her ability to generate a tone of authenticity, even in the most difficult conversations.

If your family is seeking an outside expert beyond the lawyers, accountants, and wealth managers that may already be involved, Sue can be a superb resource. As a seasoned family facilitator and loving challenger, she will prompt the conversations that have been skipped over for years. With compassion and candor, your family can unlock “stuck” conversations and come together around meaningful topics tied to the past and linked to your vision, or visions, for the future.

Learn more about how Sue can support family conflict resolution around family businesses or intergenerational wealth transfers.

"Sue Heilbronner has worked with our family on a few occasions. We've been impressed with the sensitive yet non-nonsense way she approaches complex issues. She's keenly perceptive of the group dynamic and unafraid to ask challenging questions- moving forward with care, curiosity and openness. Sue ensures that each of us is showing up with integrity and that our personal narrative doesn't interfere with the necessary collaboration."
― Joseph Horning, Chairman of the Board, Horning Brothers

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