December 18, 2020
Farm Succession: Conflict Management for Transition Planning
In this fifth episode of our series about Farm Transition Planning, we focus on conflict management – what is conflict, what causes it, how do we handle it within a farming business to come to a resolution. Purdue agricultural economists Brady Brewer and members of the Purdue Farm Transition team Renee Wiatt, Dr. Maria Marshall and Heather Caldwell discuss the levels and sources of conflict within today’s farm businesses. Working together as a team, possibly across generations of families, the team reviews how to resolve conflict and not avoid it.
The companion episodes in this podcast series can be found at:
- “Farm Transition Planning”, June 24, 2020
- “Farm Succession: Transitioning Business Management”, July 22, 2020
- “Farm Succssion: Feasibility of Adding A Farmily Employee”, August 20, 2020
- “Farm Succession: Human Resources For Transition Planning”, September 30, 2020
More information from the Purdue Farm Transition Team can be found here and resources from the Purdue Institute for Family Business can be found at https://purdue.ag/fambiz and don’t forget to follow and subscribe to the farm succession planning YouTube channel.
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