Scott Friedman co-authored a feature article with Dr. Elad Levy for the Aug. 2014 issue of MGMA Connection.
Applying Positive Psychology to the Practice of Medicine
BUFFALO, NY- Edward Jones will continue its financial education luncheons with a June 23rd event featuring Lippes Mathias Wexler Friedman LLP Managing Partner and Next-Gen Founder Scott E. Friedman.
Mr. Friedman will give a presentation titled, My Brain Made Me Do It: The psychological challenges of running a small business, on Monday, June 23, from Noon to 1 pm at the American Red Cross, 50 College St., Room 309, in Rochester.
In addition to serving as the Managing Partner of Lippes Mathias Wexler Friedman, Mr. Friedman is the author of seven books, including his latest, Family Business and Positive Psychology: New Planning Strategies for the 21st Century (American Bar Association, 2013). He is a frequent lecturer on the topic of positive psychology and running family businesses and regularly contributes to articles on the subject regionally and nationally.
“Scientific advances continue to reveal what factors contribute to the optimal functioning of people, groups and organizations,” Friedman said. “I’m excited to share how some of these advances can be applied to help families in business together learn to flourish.”
There is no cost to attend this educational workshop and lunch will be provided. To reserve your space, call 585-381-2360 or email firstname.lastname@example.org by June 17.
Click here to view the complete PowerPoint from Managing Partner Scott E. Friedman’s May 14, 2014 presentation at The University at Buffalo School of Management
Lippes Mathias Wexler Friedman LLP Managing Partner and Next-Gen Advisors Founding Principal Scott E. Friedman was a guest at Columbia University on May 1 where he gave a presentation on Family Business titled: Healthy Business/Happy Families: A Proposed Unifying Theory for Family Businesses.
He shared the knowledge he has gained over the last three decades spent studying family business dynamics and working with families on the unique and often complex issues facing family business owners.
In addition to authoring five books on the subject of family business, Scott is regularly quoted both regionally and nationally by the media for stories addressing family business issues. He is often invited to speak at universities and seminars, and has written numerous articles on the subject of positive psychology and family business planning.