Webinar: Creating a lasting legacy for farm businesses and family through succession planning

Cath Condon, June 3, 2020

Isobel Knight founded her business Proagtive in 2004 after seeing many families suffering from the fallout of having undergone an ineffective succession planning process, or none at all.

She believes that good operators in agriculture, of which Australia has a plethora, prepare their businesses for the future and view succession planning as a vital part of good business management.

Isobel Knight

Isobel has presented widely on the topic of succession planning at primary producer gatherings across Australia over the past 15 years.

She will deliver an information-packed webinar on the topic next Wednesday, including an interactive question and answer session.

Proagtive is a diverse team of professionals in succession and strategic planning. Its professional facilitation services enable people in family businesses to underpin a strategic or succession planning process with healthy and effective communication.

Proagtive uses a process involving an extensive analysis of each family business prior to facilitating any outcomes.

“We work in pairs, which means members of the families we work with easily build rapport with us and also gives our clients a greater breadth of skill sets to draw on,” Isobel says.

“Learning to improve the way we communicate with members of our family is the key to smoothly transitioning businesses generationally.”

Proagtive’s succession planners are skilled at handling the personalities, encouraging family members to consider the perspective of others, and keeping sight of what is most important through the process – the relationships within families.

Webinar: “Creating a lasting legacy for your business and family”

Presenter: Isobel Knight, Proagtive

Date: Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Time: 12:30-1:30pm AEST

Registration: Click here to register.
















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