In this Nordic webinar, hosted by FBN Denmark, we will be discussing the topic of rules of engagement as a corner stone of a thriving family business. We’d like to invite participants to think about family governance as a way of looking after the family, as a way to protect family relationships and as a way to strengthen the business.
Creating a set of rules of engagement for how you ‘do’ family business together is fundamentally an act of love towards all involved because what we are doing is caring about each other, wanting to make sure that we (continue) to work well together for the sake of family relationships and the business.
The soft issues are the hard ones and that’s why we need to talk about them.
We hope you’ll join us to share your perspective and get inspired by those of others.
Eva Fischer is a consultant and a key-note speaker specializing in family businesses. In addition, she is a founder/investor in the body therapy school Balance2Perform. Eva is the second generation of the family business Brunata, whose sales she was in charge of in 2018. Eva was a key person in the company’s change process from 2011 until the sale, as part of the day-to-day management and chairman of the board.
Since then, Eva has been at the helm during yet another turnaround in a family business. This time in ALPHA-Elektronik, where she was chairman of the board for a year and a half until the company’s sales in 2022. Eva was originally trained as a master sailmaker and ran her own business a sail loft in Norway for approximately 15 years. She has been a member of FBN in Norway for many years and member of the FBN Denmark’s board since 2020.
Elizabeth Bagger established Avanti Family Business Advisory in 2021 to support family businesses on their journey towards more harmonious family dynamics, stronger family governance and next generation integration and education.
As the member of a family business and the former Director General of the Insitute for Family Business (IFB) in the UK, she has been involved in the family business field for over 20 years.
Elizabeth currently serves on the Board of a 6th and 7th generation UK based family business and her own family business.
She speaks at and facilitates events globally and writes on family business issues for publications including Forbes Magazine, FamilyBusiness.org and Edward Elgar Handbooks.
Who can participate?
The webinar will be conducted in English, as this is part of the collaboration between the Scandinavian FBN Chapters. The webinar will be held on the Teams platform. Click on the link below to join the webinar.
No registration is needed, come along on Microsoft TEAMS
Onsdag 1 november 2023