Moving Forward: Reimagining the Family Business
Join PwC’s Jonathan Flack, US Family Enterprises and Business Leader, and Claudia Montgomery, Managing Director, Workforce of the Future; along with Anne Eiting Klamar, M.D., Chair, Midmark Corporation and Barbara Spector, Editor-in-Chief, Family Business Magazine as they discuss critical matters of moving the family business forward.
Tuesday, July 7, 2020
2 p.m. ET | 11 a.m. PT
As family enterprises open their doors again, the safety of employees will be top of mind, but so should reimagining what the family business will look like moving forward. Join our 60-minute webcast as we discuss how family businesses can use this momentum to explore upskilling the workforce and digitizing the family office.
This webinar will cover:
- Best practices for returning to work safely
- Framework for workforce response
- The importance of purpose-led communications
- How to reimagine the future of your workforce
Join PwC’s Jonathan Flack, US Family Enterprises and Business Leader, and Claudia Montgomery, Managing Director, Workforce of the Future, along with Anne Eiting Klamar, M.D., Chair, Midmark Corporation and Barbara Spector, Editor-in-Chief, Family Business Magazine as they discuss these critical matters.
Managing Director, Workforce of the Future, PwC
Claudia is a Managing Director in PwC’s People & Organization practice within the Workforce of the Future platform. She has devoted 25+ years to understanding the levers that motivate people and drive performance in the workplace. Through her experiences as both an HR leader and marketer within Publicis Groupe, Omnicom, and Interpublic Group, Claudia applies a marketer’s lens to the management of human capital. She understands the inextricable link between employee and customer experience and how alignment drives engagement, brand loyalty, and profitability. Claudia leverages her unique experiences to develop forward-thinking workforce strategy and a highly connected employee experience, essential elements in attracting, retaining, and inspiring talent.
U.S. Family Enterprises and Business leader, PwC
Jonathan Flack, U.S. Family Enterprises and Business leader for PwC, is a lead engagement partner to some of the U.S.’s largest family-owned businesses and leverages a strong global network of partners with a similar focus. He also taps external advisors (attorneys, family business counselors, trust advisers) as needed to deliver innovative solutions to multi-generational family businesses. As part of his role in leading the U.S. family business practice for PwC, Jonathan spearheads the strategy, operations, talent development, thought leadership and marketing for the family-owned business sector. He supports other client teams serving this sector and has published thought leadership and led regional forums on family business issues. Jonathan is also an assurance partner where he has extensive international experience with multibillion-dollar, private clients. He assists clients with business transactions and new products. He started his career in the Carolinas working on large privately held businesses in multiple industries.
Anne Eiting Klamar, M.D.
Chair Midmark Corporation
Dr. Anne Eiting Klamar is the Chair of the Board of Directors for Midmark Corporation.
Klamar joined Midmark in 1998 as Medical Director and Secretary of the Corporation. She was elected President in 2000 and subsequently became CEO. She is the fourth generation of the Eiting family to hold a leadership role in the company. Klamar is passionate about increasing efficiency in the practice of healthcare, as well as bringing healthcare to those who otherwise would have no access.
Klamar began her career practicing medicine at Family Physicians of Urbana, Ohio in 1993. She was elected to the Midmark Board of Directors in that same year.
Klamar is an active member of the National Association of Corporate Directors. She is fortunate to serve on several boards including the Ohio State University Foundation Board of Directors, the University of Pennsylvania Dental Medicine Board of Overseers and the Family Business Magazine Editorial Advisory Board. She also sits on the Board of Directors for Little Rapids Corporation, a family-owned business in Green Bay, Wisconsin. In addition, she is the former chair and co-founder of Professional Women in Healthcare (PWH), a nationwide organization of more than 500 women in the healthcare market dedicated to furthering women’s careers through mentoring, education and networking. Klamar actively serves on the Advisory Board for PWH.
Klamar received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Michigan and graduated with her M.D. degree from the Ohio State University. She is also a graduate of the Owner/ President Management program at the Harvard Business School and recently completed her Executive Scholar designation with the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern.
Editor-in-Chief, Family Business Magazine
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