Succession Planning Mistake Number 1 - Do not communicate with family members in business and key employees to find out what future role they want in the business.
Do you know what future role each family member and key employee wants? Do you have a plan in place to direct employees as to what their new role would be if you became disabled or died?
Click on the video from the February 2nd, 2017, Succession Planning Workshop attached to find out how to communicate better with key employees to plan what new roles they should assume if you become disabled or die.
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