How to Pass on a Family Business Successfully
In this episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast, I interview Jonathan Goldhill, adviser, coach, consultant, trainer, facilitator, and business therapist with 30 years of experience in his craft. He has been guiding closely-held and family-owned businesses since 1987.
Jonathan Goldhill is the author of Disruptive Successor: A Guide to Driving Growth in Your Family Business.
Jonathan Goldhill is also the founder of The Goldhill Group which provides strategic thinking, execution planning, and accountability coaching to businesses.
Questions I ask Jonathan Goldhill:
- Why disrupt?
- Is it hard for aging parents to open up the books of the business to the next generation?
- How do you address the fact that some family members aren’t as qualified?
- Do you run across instances where the two generations have different cultural points of view?
- What’s the role for the older generation when it’s time for the younger generation to take over?
- When you go into a project what’s the first thing you do?
- How is it different working with family businesses than working with a traditional business?
- How early is too early to start planning for this transistion?
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