Prepare for for the significant and sometimes unpredictable transitions and decisions that must be made to determine the success and continuity of your family business.
The Loyola Family Business Center offers a "life stage curriculum" that provides best processes and applied practices for the whole family business.
For over 25 years, we have provided experiential, case-based learning to family businesses through our institutes.
Family business peer groups meet to discuss family business subjects of mutual interest. Moderated by professional facilitators from the center, these confidential forums provide a committed group of peers with the goal of shared growth as owners. Groups are made of 8-10 individuals and meet 6 times per year; family members and competitors are never placed in the same group.
Master classes give people a taste of what they can learn in our long-term experiential institutes. We partner with the Executive and Professional Education Center to host these classes.
Explore different financial analysis processes and develop an understanding of the financial market and the influence it can have on family business strategy.
Get a fundamental understanding of how to be an effective director or board member. Learn about the board's role in governance, family dynamics in the board room, what sustains family businesses across generations, and more.
Learn how to organize your family governance systems and leverage their strengths to keep your family aligned, engaged, and committed to building a long term legacy.