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THE NUTS AND BOLTS OF FAMILY BUSINESSES: OD CHALLENGES FOR THE ECONOMIC ENGINE OF OUR COUNTRIES

Thursday, June 13, 2019 7:00pm - 8:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Alfredo Carrasquillo, Executive Coach, ILEC

Between 75–90 percent of businesses around the globe are family-owned corporations. These are not only mom-and-pop stores at the microbusiness level; they include 37 percent of the Fortune 500 corporations and represent a significant chunk of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of most countries. Given that they represent the economic engine of many regions, understanding the particular nature and unique challenges of family businesses is central to the well-being and prosperity of our economies.
ATD’s The Nuts and Bolts of Family Businesses webinar will demonstrate how to address the organizational and talent development challenges of family-owned businesses so you can contribute to their perdurability and sustained success.

In this webinar, you will:

• Discover the particularities and challenges of family-owned businesses.
• Explore the interactions between family dynamics and organizational dynamics within issues such as succession planning, strategic decision making, talent development, and growth.
• Assess the governance, management, and communication practices in a family-owned business.

Presenter

Alfredo  Carrasquillo
Alfredo Carrasquillo

Executive Coach, ILEC

Alfredo Carrasquillo is an executive leadership coach, psychoanalyst, and organizational development consultant with 23 years of professional experience in 12 countries around the globe. He has worked with families, founders, and successors in multiple organizational and leadership development programs throughout the years, developing a keen awareness of the subtle challenges and complex dynamics of family business today.


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