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The future of family business is here- it’s time to talk

Hannah Barlow, Joint Managing Director at Dunsters Farm.

A one-of-a-kind, free to attend, workshop for the next generation of leaders joining their family business will take place on Wednesday 6th November in Lancashire.

If you are the next generation to join the family business, or the next generation thinking about joining the family business, then this workshop is for you.

What are we talking about?

We’re discussing all things communication within family businesses.

You will explore with your peers how to tackle the challenges of ‘talking business’, ‘talking change’, ‘talking innovation’, ‘talking leadership’ and what gets in the way of productive conversations.

Working in small groups, you may find that your peers can shed light on some of these challenges.

Itinerary for the Day:

Jacqui Jackson of Thomas Jardine & Co will be leading the workshop

The event will be held at Dunsters Farm in Bury where joint managing director, Hannah Barlow, herself a next generation successor, will share her thoughts around the transition into a family business.

  • Arrival 9.30 am with refreshments
  • Welcome and Icebreaker
  • Session 1: Communications – what, why, how
  • Lunch 12.30 to 13.15
  • Session 2: Peer Group Challenge
  • Mid-afternoon break 14.45
  • Session 3: The un-workshop – Next Gen Space: what would you create for you?
  • Close 4pm

This workshop will be delivered on behalf of Be the Business by Jacqui Jackson, family business and leadership expert, non-executive director, Lancaster University teaching fellow and fourth generation partner in Thomas Jardine & Co.

 


Register today by emailing familybusiness@bethebusiness.com to secure your place alongside fellow next gens at this exclusive event. There is no charge to attend, however spaces are limited. 

This is a joint event brought together by Be the Business, the Family Business Network and Thomas Jardine & Co.

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