Overview

WEBINAR:
Leadership Transitions from Siblings to Cousins, and Among Cousins

Online

May 27, 2020

The webinar will be offered twice: once in English, and once in Spanish

This webinar is for post-founder family enterprises as they plan for sibling-to-cousin and cousin-to-cousin transitions. It is valuable for active family owners, governance members, and leaders in sibling and cousin groups that own large, diversified enterprises around the world.

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ENGLISH: 10:00 – 11:00 am EDT

REGISTER HERE (in English)

 

SPANISH: 1:00 – 2:00 pm EDT

REGISTER HERE (in Spanish)

 


A webinar to prepare sibling- and cousin-owned family enterprises for the complexity of leadership transitions,
especially in disruptive times

Transitions from siblings to cousins, and among cousin ownership groups, deeply challenge a family enterprise. These transitions from the 2nd to 3rd generation, and beyond, require the family enterprise to transform its governance design, leadership model, and talent teams to be capable of thriving in complex environments. This is particularly true of today’s new reality.

Through work with several multigenerational family enterprises at the cousin stage and in transition from siblings-to-cousins, we have developed a framework and structured process to support effective leadership transitions at these stages. In this live webinar, we want to guide family owners by sharing some of our approaches and lessons learned, including how these transitions need to adapt to today’s new reality.

We look forward to the opportunity to share perspectives and answer your questions on this very significant and crucial topic.


Who Should Attend:

This webinar is for post-founder family enterprises as they plan for sibling-to-cousin and cousin-to-cousin transitions. It is valuable for active family owners, governance members, and leaders in sibling and cousin groups that own large, diversified enterprises around the world.

Please bring your questions to ask the speakers live during the webinar.

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Faculty


Dr. Pascale Michaud,
Senior Advisor and Partner, Cambridge Family Enterprise Group
Dr. Michaud is an advisor to family enterprises throughout the world on strategies and governance models for their successful continuity. Based in Montréal, Canada, she advises large, multigenerational, family enterprises throughout North America, Latin America, Europe, MENA, and Asia. She advises on issues of leadership transitions and succession planning, owners’ portfolio performance, governance, corporate growth, innovation, family office management, next generation development, and family and corporate philanthropy. Dr. Michaud is a frequent speaker at conferences, education programs, and family meetings. She is a faculty member in the Building a Worldclass Board for the Family Enterprise program at the Cambridge Institute for Family Enterprise. She has authored a number of important articles on family enterprise topics such as CEO Succession, Portfolio Governance, Top Leadership, and Family Wealth. [email protected]
Andrés Maldonado, Partner, Virtus Partners

Mr. Maldonado advises family-owned conglomerates on achieving long-term sustainability of their family assets. Based in Bogotá, Colombia, he manages the Latin American advisory practice for Virtus Partners. His work is devoted to advising owners on their enterprise vision, total portfolio, governance, strategy, and organization. He has extensive experience assisting family business owners with upgrading their business organizations and governance systems, planning and executing leadership transitions between generations, and setting up investment companies and single family offices. He advises owners councils and boards on industry disruptions, innovation and digitalization strategies, and how to compete in today’s world. Mr. Maldonado has served as chairman and board member of several organizations and owners councils. He speaks at conferences on disruptive trends, business strategy, corporate governance, board leadership and multigenerational success. [email protected]

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Venue

Online

This program will be offered live, online, in the form of a one-hour webinar. Participants must register in advance in order to be given a link to join the webinar live.

Registration

ENGLISH: 10:00 – 11:00 am EST

REGISTER HERE (in English)

 

SPANISH: 1:00 -2:00 pm EST

REGISTER HERE (in Spanish)

 

If you need assistance, please email Dina Dvinov at [email protected]

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