During the webinar, we discuss the ways in which modern business families are changing demographically and how global trends and forces of change are impacting families including:
- The implications of these changes for the broader enterprise and what it means for keeping families united, connected to their enterprise, and developing the talent needed in the face of these changes.
- The cutting-edge ways in which enterprising families, led by their Family Councils, are managing these changes and finding unique opportunities to help drive long-term success.
- Diving into ChatGPT and how Family Councils can use this new generation of AI to support their work.
John A. Davis is a globally recognized pioneer and authority on family enterprise, family wealth, and the family office. He is a researcher, educator, author, architect of the field’s most impactful conceptual frameworks, and advisor to leading families around the world. He leads the family enterprise programs at MIT Sloan. To follow his writing and speaking, visit johndavis.com and twitter @ProfJohnDavis.
Rachel Krol advises family-owned enterprises on the strategies for growing, unifying, and sustaining their enterprises into the next generation. As an attorney, mediator, coach, and professor of negotiation and dispute resolution, Rachel specializes in facilitating difficult conversations and constructive processes for building alignment. She advises families on building family and owner teams, family communication, conflict resolution, and negotiation. She also assists families with implementing effective family and owner governance systems and processes. Her work helps families and ownership groups build their capacity for effectively managing their relationships, communication, and conflicts.