October 5, 2012
14th Annual Awards Program to Honor Central Ohio Family Businesses
Jane Grote Abell, of Donatos Pizza, to Keynote
The Conway Center for Family Business will present 20 awards to Central Ohio family businesses and supporters at the 14th Annual Family Business Awards Program on Friday, November 2, from 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., at Catering By Design, 6465 Busch Boulevard.
Tickets for the event cost $35.00 per person/$250.00 per table for Conway Center members and $60.00 per person/$450.00 per table for non-members. To find out more or to make your reservation, please contact Amanda Hemann by October 19 at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.familybusinesscenter.com.
September 27, 2012
Conway Center for Family Business Adds New Team Members
Columbus, Ohio - Amanda Hemann, Julia Burks, and Jessi Spencer have joined the Conway Center for Family Business staff. Their positions are Administrative Assistant (Hemann), Event Assistant (Burks), and Public Relations Assistant (Spencer).
September 17, 2012
Roundtable to Help Family Business Leaders Master Vital Communication Skills
Family Member of The Andersons will share tips for leadership and motivation
The Conway Center for Family Business will host "Mastering Communication to Manage Relationships in Your Family Business", a roundtable featuring Steven Anderson, founder of Integrated Leadership Systems (ILS) and member of family-owned business, The Andersons.
Anderson will teach members of family businesses how to advance their communication skills to improve leadership abilities in themselves and their staff and to negotiate tough conversational topics such as compensation, performance, productivity and succession
September 13, 2012
Eradicating Entitlement in the Next Generation
Columbus, OH - Alex Freytag, a partner in Ownership Thinking LLC, will lead the Conway Center for Family Business' educational program, "Eradicating Entitlement in Your Family Business" from 7:30-9:00 a.m. on September 20 at Alumni Hall at Ohio Dominican University, 1216 Sunbury Road. Family business leaders Greg Guy, of Air Force One, and John Strawser, of Valley Interior Systems, also will share their personal experiences during the panel discussion.
September 1, 2012
Chief Emotional Officers Set the Tone in Family Business
It may not be a surprise that the highest-ranking/oldest woman in a family-owned business is the "CeO" or chief emotional officer. She nurtures family beliefs, calms sibling rivalry and sets the tone for the family interaction.