FPA/NEO Chapter January 19, 2006 ProgramFamily Business Misstakespresented byRoger J. Warrum2 CE Credits for CFPs applied for

Mr. Warrum will examine in detail the most common mistakes made by family businesses and many of their solutions. This will include areas such as succession, communication, conflict resolution, business processes, and fairness and equality issues found in most family businesses. If you are a family business or work with one this seminar is a must!


• Why less than 13% of all family businesses make it successfully past the 3rd generation?
• Why do families have trouble communicating within a family business?
• How can we resolve and avoid conflict in a family business?
• Why are we always putting out fires and reacting to problems?
• What are the most common mistakes of family owned businesses?
• How do you hold people accountable?

Richard J. Warrum who is President of the National Center for Family Business, which is the largest multi-service family business center designed exclusively for family owned businesses and their advisors. He is the originator of Family Business Journal, which is a nationallly distributed magazine dealing with issues that concern family business owners.

Roger has served on numberouse advisory Boards including The Family Business Professional pubished by Harcourt Brace, Baldwin Wallace's Family Business Center, Lake Erie College and numerous family owned business.

He is the author of Family Business Misstakes, which is a book concerning common problems faced by family owned businesses and his newest book, How to Succeed in Family Business* *without really crying...Mr. Warrum has over twenty-five years of experienced working with family owned businesses. He is the originator of the annual Family Business Retreat and is one of the first 100 individuals to graduate from the American College's Family Business Specialst Program

Name Sales End Price Fee
FPA Members Ended $35 $0.99
Non-members Ended $60 $1.5

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