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Community Call: The Rogers Saga and What It Can Teach Us About Family Business and Conflict
April 21 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT
Many families experience conflict, particularly around succession issues. While conflict is inherent to life, it can adversely impact and even jeopardize the viability of a family business if managed improperly. During this Community Call, we will discuss the common sources of conflict, best practices to minimize and prevent it, and what to do when conflict raises its head in a family business. Using the recent Rogers family saga as an example, attendees will have the opportunity to discuss and apply the latest knowledge and strategies in the field of family business conflict management.
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Thursday, April 21, 2022
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT
Online via Zoom.
A Zoom meeting link will be emailed to registrants prior to the event.
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Who Can Attend
This Community Call is open to all members of our community.
FEAs who attend this event will earn 1 continuing education credit toward their annual FEA designation requirement.
Nicole Garton, B.A., LL.B., LL.M., C.Med, FEA, TEP
President, Heritage Trust Company
Nicole has many years of legal, fiduciary, trust and governance experience. As the principal of Heritage Law, Nicole is a lawyer and mediator practicing in the areas of wills and estates and family law. As President of Heritage Trust, Nicole offers fiduciary, escrow and multi-family office services on behalf of individuals, families, business owners, trusts and estates. Nicole completed a Master of Laws from Osgoode Hall Law School in Alternative Dispute Resolution in 2019, with a focus on dispute prevention and management for family businesses.
Victoria Brown, PCC, ACTP, Certified Co-Active Coach, FEA
Legacy Family Business
Victoria is fiercely committed to guiding family businesses to grow their Famili-ness Factor and move past constraints so they can prosper, maintain family harmony and thrive over generations. Over the past 7 years, Victoria has helped leaders and family businesses transition with concerns about how to grow the business, maintain family harmony, preserve their wealth and enjoy life while making crucial decisions. A Family Enterprise Advisor and coach with a dedication to lifelong learning, she designs strategies, mastermind sessions, facilitated retreats, workshops, and leadership programs.