Working with a partner is much better for your business’s growth and for your personal health…unless you ignore this advice.

1. Choose carefully
2. Get a partnership agreement
3. Get the help of a mediator

It’s worth it to ensure that misunderstandings and hot tempers don’t derail all that you’ve achieved together.

By Daryl Landau of Common Ground, helping businesses to manage conflict. 
Contact info:  @DarylLandau | 416.763.6205 | daryl@common-ground.ca

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