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:
March 26, 2014: The Challenge of Family Leadership
Matthew Wesley, The Wesley Group
August 20, 2014: Managing Conflict through your Transition - What Every Family Needs to Know
Robin A. Dodokin, Partner, Garfinkle Binderman LLP
June 10, 2014: Assembling Your Professional Team
Jeff Sproul, Hon BBA, PFP, CIM, Vice-President, Wealth Management, Northland Wealth Management Inc.
September 25, 2014: Family Shareholder Agreements
Jeff Noble BA CMC, The BDO SuccessCare Program, BDO Canada LLP
October 28, 2014: Using Performance Indicators to Drive your Family Business Strategy
Colin Brown and Laura McNally, Founders, McNally Brown Group
If you missed one of our monthly CAFE Family Business Webinars you can watch it at your leisure by visiting http://www.cafecanada.ca/resources/webinarresources - please note, you must be logged in as a CAFE Member to view this webpage. Below is a listing of our archived webinars. Select webinars have been hyperlinked for public access. Interested in joining our Family Business Community and tapping into all our resources? Click here.
The Value of Freedom
Phil Symchych, Symco & Co.
The Art of 'Win-Win' Family Negotiations
Andrew Pigott, The Succession Bridge
HR Fundamentals for Family Owned Businesses
Jordan Rodney, MaxPeoplePerform
Thriving or Trapped in the Family Business
Michael Klein, PsyD, Business Consultant & Author of the book Trapped in the Family Business®
Divorce Proofing the Family Business
Deborah Moskovitch, Divorce Coach, Author, Speaker, Educator & Guide
Maximizing Value from Your PAG
Jim Reger, The Reger Group
Family Business Founders: Addressing the Needs of the First Generation
Barbara Benoliel, Preferred Solutions Inc.
Decision Making in a Family Enterprise
David C. Bentall, Next Step Advisors Inc. and Ruth E Steverlynck, RES Consulting Group
How Independent Business Valuations Improve the Governance of Family Businesses
H. Christopher Nobes, C.A., C.B.V, H.B.A, Managing Director, Campbell Valuation Partners Limited
Building the Best Version of You – Values: Applying them to Life, Work & Play!
Dr. Liz Anderson-Peacock, The Peacock Group
Intelligent Investing for Family Business Owners
Jamie Townsend, CFP, CLU, Lawton Partners
Building an Accountable Culture - Your Keystone of Success in a Family Business
David Irvine, Leader’s Navigator™, Irvine & Associates Inc.
Using Behavioural Excellence to Set Your Entire Family Up for Success
David W. Osborne, Predictive Success Corporation
Only 15 Percent have it
Milt Carr and Brian Chuipka, Milt Carr & Associates
Transforming Family Business Conflicts
Ian Macnaughton & Michelle LeBaron, TransitionPoint Coaching Inc.
The Mythical Estate Freeze
Shelagh Rinald, Rinald Tax Advisory Inc.
Autonomy & Loyalty: Is it possible to pursue both in the Family Firm?
Amy Schuman, Principal Consultant, Family Business Consulting Group, Inc.
How to succeed as ‘The Apprentice’ in your Family Firm
Niki Kux-Kardos, Family Business Coach, Nexus Facilitation & Coaching
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