Rothman Institute of Entrepreneurial Studies Kicks Off 2007 Family Business Forum Program
Madison, NJ (January 18, 2007) —Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Rothman Institute of Entrepreneurial Studies opens their 2007 Family Business Forum Program on Thursday, February 8 and invites owners of family-run businesses to come preview a session.
The program leads off with “Change and Inquiry: You Can’t Have One Without the Other!” on February 8. Seminars will also be held on Thursday, March 22; Wednesday, May 9; and Thursday, June 14. All seminars begin at 8:30 a.m. and conclude at 11:30 a.m.
“Change and Inquiry: You Can’t Have One Without the Other!” provides tools, technologies, and the ability to apply new learning to truly achieve desired changes, in business and in life. It will be presented by T. Waldmann-Willams, PhD, of TWW Consulting.
Jim Barnoski of Sandler Sales Institute will present “Strategic Sales Management and Leadership Workshop” on March 22. This seminar will aim to teach and coach the skill sets essential for leading a team to the over achievement of its business goals. Attendees will discuss key tactics to reach these goals and greatly benefit the overall health of their businesses management program.
“The Next Generation: Its 8 Biggest Challenges” on Wednesday, May 9, will be presented by Greg McCann, PhD, of Family Enterprise Center of Stetson University. Intended for those who wish to pass their business on to their children, Dr. McCann will address the eight most significant challenges facing the next generation of a business owning family using a holistic approach and drawing on over a decade of experience working with next generation successors.
Karen Glendinning of the Center for Context will present “Radical Collaboration: Improving Internal Communications” on Thursday, June 14. This interactive program will explore the techniques of Radical Collaboration — how we achieve effective, results-oriented communications within the family and the company.
For more information or to register, call Kim Dennison at 973-443-8880.
The mission of the Rothman Institute of Entrepreneurial Studies of Silberman College of Business is to foster and support entrepreneurship and innovation in the academic and business communities. Since 1989, the Institute has fulfilled its mission by offering innovative academic and outreach programs on the local, regional and increasingly, global levels.