Multi-generational, business-owning families in the cousin generation and beyond are complicated. Intentional processes of family governance can create the space for mutual discernment of goals and the means of meeting goals to help create and maintain family harmony and pave the way for business continuity. Business continuity is not only important for families and employees, but also for customers, suppliers, and the communities where the business operates.
- Understand the roles of family, owners, the board, and leaders in a family enterprise
- Explore through discussion of a brief case the implications of different owner goals and the importance of alignment
- Explore through discussion of another brief case the use of owner vision, values, and expectations for business performance by the board and leadership
- Understand forms of family governance and how they can contribute to family harmony, development, and business continuity.
About the Presenter:
Learn from industry expert Rob Sligh, Consultant, The Family Business Consulting GroupMeet the Presenter
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