Jump to Main Content Jump to Primary Navigation

Roundtable

Running a business with family members

Leadership,Operations & Legal

Uyfb2zdpclu5vtevudeo

Credit Suisse recently reported that family-led businesses are thriving – and in fact are generating 34 percent greater cash flow than their non-family run counterparts. There are undoubtedly many positives of working so closely in business and life with family members or a spouse, but scaling a business together comes with unique challenges. 


When working with a sibling, spouse, or even close friend there can be many pros; you probably won’t be lacking great collaboration, or enthusiasm and shared purpose in your leadership. But conflicts of opinion can become personal, and other challenges can emerge – a loss of momentum if you both become too comfortable, or if you unconsciously resist positive change and innovation. Join peers in the Club with similar co-founder dynamics to swap tips on how to deal with the varied challenges and opportunities unique to operating a growing business with someone close to you. 

This roundtable will look to explore, but will not be limited to:

  • Strategies for balancing work, life and your personal and working relationships
  • Tips for dividing responsibility in line with your different strengths
  • Tactics for hiring for innovation and for more diverse perspectives to move your business forward
  • Leadership succession planning – you may be the dream team, but could your business function without your duel leadership?


Supper Club Members only
Booking is now closed for this event

Starts
Tuesday 11 December, 2018 6.30pm
Ends
9.30pm

Venue:
Vivat Bacchus, 47 Farringdon St, London EC4A 4LL