By Roger Reid, Ph.D.|Success Point 360
A century ago, family leadership was an obvious component in nearly every home.
The family patriarch was respected for his wisdom and experience. He made the decisions concerning the family’s finances, and where and how the family would live.
Today, the effects of divorce, single parents, and adult children living under their parents’ roof have altered the traditional hierarchy. But regardless of circumstances, families need leaders. They need someone to turn to when problems and decisions seem overwhelming.