Business leaders’ breakfast: generational transition planning
April 19 @ 7:00 AM - 8:45 AM
You’re invited to this free breakfast to explore how your businesses can start planning for generational leadership transitions.
Generational transition planning — where do you start? This is a critical question that many small and mid-sized business face (or will at some point). Join us for a short address from Leron Lehman and Brian Black of North Group Consultants as they explore this critical topic, followed by a panel discussion. They will focus on questions like:
- What are some important family and business dynamics that are critical in facilitating a healthy transition?
- Can you demystify the process for anyone that is starting to think about an upcoming leadership and/or ownership transition?
- What are some basic tools or frameworks to make the planning process more accessible and understandable for family and business leaders?
Leron Lehman is passionate about learning new things, having an impact on his community, and building strong relationships. He brings more than 20 years of leadership experience in operations and finance roles with professional service firms and start-ups in the technology and non-profit sectors, including as a practicing CPA. He graduated from Messiah University with a bachelor’s degree in accounting.
As a Partner at North Group, Brian Black brings a wealth of knowledge and experience from his background in organizational leadership and the practice of law. His focus throughout his career on business succession planning and estate planning has created a unique platform for serving family business owners and leaders as they plan and execute pivotal ownership and leadership transitions.
If you’re not used to parking in the city, don’t worry because we have a few options that are only a 2 to 5-minute walk.
Street parking: There is some free parking available on North Prince Street near the building and some metered parking just south of the building on the same street.
Clipper Magazine Stadium front parking lot, 555 North Prince Street: Feel free to park here, but just be prepared to walk a few minutes.
Hub 450 parking lot, 450 North Prince Street: We request that those who are able would reserve these spots for people who may have difficulty walking from another parking location.