As Joe shares, it isn’t fair to the business’s employees for an owner to be lazy and not invest in the future success and sustainability of the company. Therefore, business succession planning isn’t just about protecting profits and transfer of ownership; it is also about positioning the business for continued success for the employees who depend upon the company for income.
Nepotism, enablement, and resentment are common causes of a dysfunctional culture. Clearly defining expectations amongst family, management, and key leaders eliminates conflict that can debilitate business performance and cherished relationships.
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For more insight from Joe Chastang of Chastang Ford, check out the next episode in the 10-part series: Take the Business to the Next Level