Shifting Gears: Succession Planning Lessons Learned Leading a 100 Year Old Family Business – presented by Richard J Bryan of A-Player LeadershipDate/Time: May 31, 2019 / 10:00 am - 11:15 am
Succession Planning Lessons Learned Leading a 100 Year Old Family Business
In this interactive and entertaining program based on his book, “Handing Over the Reigns: A Concise Guide to Succession Planning,” Richard shares how to create a seamless leadership transition from one generation to the next.
Richard draws from his own experience and shares entertaining stories that provide humor, encourage audience participation and teach the simple strategies that need to be in place for succession planning to be successful.
Audience members will walk away with a plan of action they can start to implement the first day back at their business. Richard will show the audience not only what to do, but what NOT to do, in order to guarantee business continuity for years to come.
• Define your Leadership Role – Leverage your unique talents to focus on what only you can accomplish for your enterprise
• Cultivate a Team of A-Players – Hire people you trust who have future leadership potential
• Create a Succession Plan – Ensure a seamless leadership transition from one generation to the next and guarantee business success for years to come
At just 28, Richard J. Bryan took the reins of his family’s 100 year old, $120 million automotive dealership. As he moved into the role of CEO he soon discovered the business was losing over $3 million a year, bankruptcy was only months away, and there was no plan in place.
Richard knew he needed help; he found Frank, a seasoned executive and business turnaround specialist who helped Richard get the business back on the road to success. Richard clearly defined his role as a leader, hired a team of trusted A-Players and learned the vital art of succession planning. He later sold the business and started BBH Properties, a real estate development company based in the UK. Today, Richard speaks with current and next gen leaders, helping them to implement the succession planning and leadership strategies that have proven to be the driving force behind Richard’s continued business success.
Richard lives in Evergreen, Colorado with his wife and teenage daughter (his son has already flown the nest and is at university in California!). A former rugby player, Richard keeps fit skiing and golfing with family and friends.