The CAFE Family Business Webinars are a series of free monthly webinars for CAFE members conducted in association with qualified family business advisors. The one-hour webinars will focus on a variety of topics that are especially relevant to business families including succession planning, managing family conflict, ensuring next generation success, creating life/work balance, good governance, intelligent investing, and estate planning, among others. This webinar series was created for you, our member, to provide information and tools to help your business family succeed. Feel free to contact us with suggested webinar topics for future consideration.
View an outline and register online for our monthly CAFE Family Business Webinars by clicking on the respective titles:
January 29, 2014: The Value of Freedom
Presented by Phil Symchych, Symco & Co.
March 26, 2014: The Challenge of Family Leadership
Presented by Matthew Wesley, The Wesley Group
If you missed one of our monthly CAFE Family Business Webinars you can watch it at your leisure by visiting our 'Webinar Archive' webpage. All webinar URL recordings are archived along with supporting resources approximately one month after their scheduled date. Please note, Webinar Archive is only available to CAFE members once they login to the website. Interested in joining our Family Business Community and tapping into our resources? Click here.
Here is a sneak peak of some of the archived 2013 CAFE Family Business Webinars:
Building an Accountable Culture
Presented by David Irvine, Leader’s Navigator™, Irvine & Associates Inc.
Decision Making in a Family Enterprise
Presented by David C. Bentall, Next Step Advisors Inc. and Ruth E Steverlynck, RES Consulting Group
Family Business Founders – Addressing the Needs of the First Generation
Presented by Barbara Benoliel, Preferred Solutions
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