Your Family Business Journey Will Come to an End. BUT NOT ON YOUR WATCH.
NOT if you learn the essential ways that you and your business must Be -- at 7 pivotal points on the journey, and
NOT if you heed leadership ‘navigational’ aids that will propel you through perilous passages along the way
All businesses are under the increasing threat of a shortened life span in today’s complex economy. But multi-generational family-owned businesses face even higher risks. And what families want most, after all, is for their business...
"TO BE CONTINUED"
A sailing journey metaphor illustrates the cycle of family business creation, maturation and transition. Our speaker will:
- identify what often happens in each C phase of the journey across the ‘7Cs’, and
- offer ideas and insights at each pivotal point, suggesting how to use them to enrich and prolong the economic journey of your family-owned business
Bill Carroll, a partner with Newport LLC, will share his extensive family business experience – as a former non-family CEO within family-owned businesses, as a coach and advisor to more than 20 family business management teams, as an executive Leadership coach, and as Family Business course developer and faculty at Hult International Business School.
The conversation will span a wide thought horizon including philosophy, psychology, business development, leadership, complexity science, systems thinking and much more.
Founders, family business owners, next generation leaders, managers, and their entire support and supply network will draw practicable methods as well as provocative ideas from the exchange.
Registration/Networking - 7:30 a.m.
Program - 8:00 to 9:00 a.m.
This event is being offered as a free education session.
300 TradeCenter, Suite 7600
Woburn, MA 01801
About the Presenter
Bill is an accomplished CEO with a rich history of leading large and mid-sized companies through complex challenges, maintaining profitability and liquidity while expanding into new growth markets. He serves as a Chief Ally to business owners and their management teams, guiding higher performance and satisfaction, and also increasing their capacity to deal with what may come next. Family Business, Leadership, and Consulting Methods are just some of the MBA level courses he has developed and taught in the Boston area.