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Interested in the Advising With Impact Certification?
July 18 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT
The past few years have led to a lot of change in the world and in family enterprises. The Advising With Impact certification program will educate advisors and business family leaders about contemporary and pressing generational, social, environmental, and economic trends affecting family enterprises.
More than profit – Advising With Impact explores strategies around solving these challenges while balancing wealth creation.
During this webinar, we will explore the emerging global trends that family businesses face and how leaders and advisors can guide your family or clients through. Wendy Sage-Hayward will discuss the core teachings of the Advising with Impact certification and how we can help create better strategies by being well-versed in the larger global context.
Tuesday, July 18, 2023
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT
Live Online. The Zoom session details and link will be emailed to registrants prior to the event.
Who can attend
This event is open to the FEA and Family Business Communities and any advisors working for family businesses.
As an educator, author, adjudicator and family business owner, Wendy brings 30+ years of experience working with business leaders, family firms and their boards. She is the Academic Director and a Lead Instructor for Family Enterprise Canada and a certified Family Enterprise Advisor (FEA).
Wendy was a fifth-generation member and director of a 135-year-old U.S. family firm for 20+ years. She currently owns and operates an agricultural tourism business with her family in the Southern Gulf Islands.
Wendy is the co-author of two books: Human Resources in Family Business: Maximizing the Power of Your People and Own It! How to Develop a Family Enterprise Owner’s Mindset at Every Age. Her background in family business ownership and governance motivated Wendy to dedicate her career to serving the needs of business families who are passionate about operating and transitioning their enterprises to future generations.
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