Family Business Webinars

60-minute, topic-oriented, educational forums highlighting experts and family businesses

Upcoming Webinars

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Helping the Family Enterprise Thrive

June 26, 2024 at 9:30am CST
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Fostering Innovation in Your Family Business

November 6, 2024 at 10:00am CDT
pfba june webinar helping the family enterprise thrive

Helping the Family Enterprise Thrive

June 26, 2024 at 9:30am CST
pfba family business webinar fostering innovation

Fostering Innovation in Your Family Business

November 6, 2024 at 10:00am CDT

Past Presentations

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Succession Journey: From Founders to Siblings to Cousins

March 2024

Presented by the Bender Family of Family Plastics
The Bender family shared their family business succession planning story and insights, the unique challenges of transitioning to the third generation, and lessons learned in navigating their own family business transitions.

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Managing Communication, Adversity, and Conflict for Business and Agricultural Families

January 2024

Presented by Travis Benson of Thompson Law and Karl Oehlke of Avera
Hear from two professionals who address business and family communication challenges daily as they share their best practices to set your family and your business up for success in 2024 and beyond.

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Why Strengths-Based Teams are the Key to a Thriving Family Business

November 2023

Presented by Kolbe Corp
Most of us only have a partial picture of our strengths. Family Business Kolbe Corp helps to provide the missing link – knowledge beyond what you do well, but how you do it. Presenter Amy Bruske discussed strengths and what you need to know about your own to be more productive.

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Transitioning Your Family Business: Succession Planning Tips to Think About Now!

October 2023

Presented by Eide Bailly
Regardless of industry, size or line of business, all business owners must someday transition their business. Yet many studies find that about 75% of family businesses do not have a succession plan in place. No matter who the next owner of your business may be or when you plan to exit, transitioning is a major process that requires time and effort.

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Finding the Right Level of Conflict in Your Family Business

August 2023

Presented by Josh Baron
The reality is that unless a family’s interests are perfectly aligned, a rare occurrence in my experience, some conflict is inevitable. Therefore, the priority is to manage it, not tolerate or eliminate it. Conflict that is not managed inevitably escalates. Participants learned how to better manage conflict in a family business.

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Tough Topics: Navigating Challenging Conversations

June 2023

Presented by Dave Moffatt, Ginny Curley, and Tom Iverson 
We avoid them, we ruminate on them. And we know we need to have them for the good of our business and the good of our family. But why do some conversations seem harder to start than others? And how do we get started? This session gathered tips from those who have navigated tough conversations and have improved their relationships and their businesses. 

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Leading at Scale

March 2023

How do you scale a family brand without losing the heart and soul that has made it successful? Jessica Little, second-generation owner of Sweet Grass Dairy, and Meghan Lynch, CEO of Six-Point,  discussed the creamery’s transition from a regional chef favorite to successfully scaling to national retail distribution.

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Developing Yourself as a Leader

February 2023

Leadership development was the highest desired topic theme according to our recent membership survey. Family business leaders discussed how they are developing themselves as leaders and shared how they are leading their business culture and leading relationships with employees, vendors, suppliers and family.

Panelists: Emily Schmitt, G3, Sukup Manufacturing, Sheffield, IA; Eric Sinclair, G5, Montgomery's, Sioux Falls, SD; Max Patnoe, G4, Liberty Superstores, Rapid City, SD

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