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New England Chapter Breakfast April 11, 2018

What to do When a Family Business Client is Faltering

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When: Wednesday April 11, 2018
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Burns & Levinson LLP
125 Summer Street
Boston, MA  02110
United States
Contact: Lenny Fogel

Online registration is available until: 4/11/2018
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Recruiting Non-Family Leadership to Family-Owned Businesses

Bruce Walton will discuss, through case studies and scar tissue, the things that need to be present for a family business to become a successful user of executive recruiting services. If you, as an advisor, see a client-leadership void down the road, either temporary or permanent and perhaps even over the horizon, this session will help you identify the governance structures and processes that need to be in place ahead of any search. Then you can help the client lay good foundations. By example, it is already too late to start building a fiduciary board when you need to start a CEO search.


About the Presenter



Presenter: Bruce Walton

Title: Partner

Organization: Battalia Winston

Bruce Walton is a Partner with Battalia Winston in Boston. With more than 30 years of executive search experience, he primarily recruits CEOs and their direct reports to mid-cap family-owned businesses. He co-leads the firm’s Family Business Practice and is a decade-long member of FFI. Previously, Bruce recruited for Conley & Company, Heidrick & Struggles, and Russell Reynolds Associates. This came after sales and marketing roles with IBM and Hood Sailmakers. A former Naval Officer, Bruce holds an AB in sociology from Princeton and an MBA from Harvard Business School. Bruce and Nancy, an award winning watercolor artist, live in Needham. A past-president of the HBS Association of Boston, he now volunteers time on the board of the NorthEast Water Innovation Network (NEWIN).