Top 10 Things You Need to Know to Run a Successful Family Business

It is estimated that over 70% of all businesses are family run or family managed. However, less than 35% survive to see the next generation. What separates those family businesses that fail and those who succeed? Research shows that with thoughtful planning, education and guidance family businesses can continue on for generations while generating wealth and with family harmony.

This webinar will uncover the top “family business landmines” such that you and your family can recognize them, and will provide education and techniques to help your family business not only avoid them, but thrive as a family and a business. Top performing family businesses outperform non-family businesses on a number of financial metrics. There is no reason why this can’t be your family business.

Learn how to run, sell and pass on a successful family
business from an expert.
Watch the recording above.  

 How to Run Family BusinessWebinar

 You’ll learn and understand:

  1. The most important element to family business success
  2. The #1 conflict resolution tool
  3. How to prepare the next generation for success
  4. How to work with siblings
  5. The family business leader transition styles

Webinar Details

Wed., September 25
12 PM ET (9 AM PT)

Presenter: Henry Hutcheson

Henry Hutcheson

Henry Hutcheson is the President of Family Business USA, and specializes in helping family businesses improve business operations, prepare for transition, secure wealth, and strengthen family relationships.
With 25 years of business management and family business consulting experience, Henry has successfully helped families across the US and internationally, and in a broad range of industries. While his focus is on succession, his work entails managing conflict and enhancing communication, planning and preparing the family and business for a smooth transition to the next generation, grooming the next generation as high-performance leaders, and working with the exiting generation to define their role going forward.

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