Generations Working Together in the Family Enterprise
If you got the reference in the title to the famous song by The Who, you were likely a Baby Boomer in your teens or early twenties when the album (and The Who) made its debut. Possibly you are a Gen X-er exposed to the album a decade or so later. Maybe even a Gen Y/Millenial riding the recent wave of retro rock popularity.
For the first time in the history of humans, it is quite common for 4 generations of family members to be alive at the same time. This creates challenges and opportunities for enterprising families.
This webinar will present:
An overview of the 4 generations (Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Gen X, Gen Y/Millenials), their life experiences and the characteristics of their members.
How to handle the challenges and face the opportunities presented by these diverse groups owning and managing together.
Simple and effective best practices for enterprising families working together across generations.
Read the October White Paper and join The Network of Family Businesses for a virtual educational Webinar on Thursday, October 24th 2013 at 11:00 AM Eastern Time, with Jeff Savlov.
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Jeff Savlov is a principal at Blum & Savlov, LLP, a consulting firm serving family businesses, high net-worth families, family offices and their advisors with a focus on balancing family dynamics with ownership and management of shared assets across generations. – See more at:
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