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Putting the "Success" in Business Succession – Intensive Program for Next-Generation Leaders



This five-day intensive program delves into the problem of continuity in family-run companies.

Fee

$2,995 + taxes

Length

5 days - 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Language
Course given in French
Dates

HEC Montréal
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This five-day intensive program delves into the problem of continuity in family-run companies. The focus during the five sessions will be on providing the next generation with the tools they need to keep their family legacy intact. It is designed to cater specifically to key family members involved in the passing the leadership reins from one generation to the next.


Goals

  • Identify the challenges and understand the issues related to family business continuity and explore options for managing them.
  • Learn how to develop your skill sets and leadership capabilities to flourish within your family business.
  • Prepare the next generation for success and identify the stakes involved in “passing the torch.”
  • Get a better handle on generational differences and learn how to grow and thrive in a multigenerational environment.

Is this for you?

You belong to the “next generation” of a family-run business involved in an ownership transfer and are (or will be) a president, co-president, shareholder or senior executive.

Special features

  • Up-to-the-minute training content, backed by practical knowledge of the realities facing family-run firms.
  • Opportunity to tap into instructors’ extensive experience in the field and acquire tools to improve your positioning in your organization.
  • An opportunity to connect with other family business executives whose experiences are similar to your own.

Instructors:

Catherine Beaucage
Catherine Beaucage
MSc (management)
Project Officer
Carol Bélanger
Carol Bélanger
MSc, DSA, CIRC
Full-time Lecturer, HEC Montréal
Isabelle Le Breton-Miller
Isabelle Le Breton-Miller
PhD, DIC (management)
Professor, HEC Montréal

Eric Brunelle
Eric Brunelle
MSc (Management); PhD (Technology Management)
Associate Professor, HEC Montréal, and Director and Editor-in-Chief, Gestion Journal
Pierre Lainey
Pierre Lainey
C.Adm., CMC, CHRP, MPsy, MBA
Full-Time Lecturer, HEC Montréal

Denise Paré-Julien
Denise Paré-Julien

Director of the Deschênes-Molson-Lesage Family Business Centre at HEC Montréal
Yannik St-James
Yannik St-James
MSc; PhD (marketing)
Associate Professor, HEC Montréal

October 16

Morning:
Balancing business, family and legacy
Instructor: Denise Paré-Julien

Afternoon:
Personal and leadership development
Instructor: Eric Brunelle

Dinner lecture with Édith Arsenault

October 30

Morning:
Governance
Instructor: Denise Paré-Julien

Lunch lecture with Laurent Couture

Afternoon:
Strategy and BMC
Instructor: Catherine S Beaucage

November 13

Morning:
Marketing
Instructor: Yannick St-James

Afternoon:
Personal and leadership development
Instructor: Eric Brunelle

November 27

Morning/afternoon:
Capitalizing on team synergy for a successful generational transition
Instructors: Denise Paré-Julien and Carol Bélanger

Lunch lecture with Isabelle Le Breton-Miller

December 11

Morning:
Entrepreneurship-Intra
Instructors: Denise Paré-Julien and Catherine S Beaucage

Afternoon:
Personal and leadership development
Instructor: Eric Brunelle

Presentations, case studies, group discussions, multimedia content, first-person accounts from family business leaders. Preparation and updates of personal and family logbooks.

Participants in all of our seminars will receive a certificate of completion from Executive Education HEC Montréal.



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Phone
514 340-6010

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