Bridging the Expectations Gap: Making Young Professionals More Helpful and Successful

Thursday, November 2, 2017 4:00 pm
Cafe La Cave
2777 Mannheim Rd
Des Plaines
United States

In family business, it's common to have succession planning top of mind. We desire smooth transitions and confidence. Even if the young professionals don't have plans to one day take over the business, it's important that they are successful, happy and growing professionally.

Why is there a gap between generations, and how do we bridge it?

The CFBC welcomes Dave Haviland to speak at Bridging the Expectations Gap — Making Young Professionals More Helpful and Successful. Learn how to increase productivity and develop clear strategies surrounding the future of the family business across the different generations. We will discuss how emerging professionals can create rewarding careers as Dave shares his experiences in advising boards and leadership teams for dozens of companies.

About the Speaker:

Dave Haviland is the Founder and CEO of Phimation Strategy GroupHe is a strategy and management advisor to family businesses and specializes in topics such as leadership performance, business strategy, and culture. He is also the moderator of the Next Generation Peer Group at the Stevens Center for Family Business.

Prior to founding Phimation in 2007, Dave attended Yale University and was then a leader in operations and corporate development at four start-up companies. He speaks to a number of business associations across Michigan, including the Small Business Administration of Michigan, the Association for Corporate Growth and Ann Arbor SPARK. He is a featured blogger for Crain’s Detroit Business.

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