Small Business Development Series: Communication in the Family Business: It Can Happen

Event Start Date:
May 4, 2017
Event End Date:
May 4, 2017
Event Venue:
University and Whist Club


Are you:

  • A family-owned business?
  • Seeking to buy a family-owned business?
  • A business owner looking for an exit strategy?

For the third consecutive year, Delaware Business Times will be partnering with the Small Business Development Center of the University of Delaware, an affiliate of the SBA, to produce a series of three workshops directed to assisting family-owned businesses. These workshops start at 7:30 a.m., provide full breakfast and will be held in March, May, and September.

Small Business Development Series

Guest speakers: Dr. Steven Moyer and Aaron Moyer of SKM Associates
Date: Thursday May 4, 2017
Time: 7:30–10 a.m.
Venue: University and Whist Club, Wilmington

Purchase tickets ($20) here.

In family businesses, the ability to communicate openly about issues critical to the ownership group, the business, and the family is essential for the overall health of the organization. There are things families can do to create a culture of open and constructive communication. Join us as we bring you two widely sought experts on the topic – Dr. Steven Moyer and Aaron Moyer of SKM Associates.

Dr. Steven Moyer
Aaron Moyer

Steven has more than 35 years of leadership, coaching, and management experience. Growing up in a family business and serving as a Vice President of Human Resources for a family-owned company employing over 1700 employees, he understands the complexities of maintaining family relationships while sustaining a profitable enterprise.

Aaron primarily works with family businesses and privately held organizations focusing on succession and transition; governance; leadership development and coaching. Prior to joining SKM Associates, Aaron practiced employment law at Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP.

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