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Daughters In Charge Podcast

Amy Katz

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Are you a daughter, niece, or other young woman working in your family’s business? Learn how to manage your career, develop your leadership skills, improve your relationships, and understand the finances that affect you and your business. Host Amy Katz interviews women like you and experts who advise family businesses.

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049: A Daughter Successfully Manages Business Change

DOWNLOADyour freeTOOLKITby clickingHERE! CALLAmy and ask aQUESTION: 513-339-1007 EMAILAmy and ask aQUESTION: amy@daughtersincharge.com ******************************** THEME:A Daughter Successfully Manages Business Change SUMMARY:Elizabeth Blount McCormick describes how she took over her mother's business and introduced the changes and culture that have helped the business continue to thrive. FEATURED GUEST:Elizabeth Blount McCormick ORGANIZATION:Uniglobe Travel Designers WEBSITE:www.uniglobetraveldesigners.com. KEY QUOTES: * "My sister and I had a call with my mom, who was thinking of selling the business. We told her 'Don’t sell…we’d like to work in the company. Give us a chance.’” * “A lot of people my mom hired had watched me grow up. It was challenging. I had so much to learn and to prove. But I was also bringing in a lot of the best practice I had learned. My sister and I had to change the culture, and our mom allowed us to change things." * “We’ve had some millenials ...

23 MIN2016 SEP 6
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049: A Daughter Successfully Manages Business Change

048: How Family Business Centers Support Women

DOWNLOADyour freeTOOLKITby clickingHERE! CALLAmy and ask aQUESTION: 513-339-1007 EMAILAmy and ask aQUESTION: amy@daughtersincharge.com ******************************** THEME:How Family Business Centers Support Women SUMMARY:Lanie Jordan, Executive Director of the Family Business Alliance at Wilkes University, describes how college-based family business centers can support women through education, peer groups, events, and research. FEATURED GUEST:Lanie Jordan, Executive Director of the Family Business Alliance at Wilkes University. ORGANIZATION:Family Business Alliance at Wilkes University WEBSITE: http://www.wilkes.edu/about-wilkes/centers-and-institutes/family-business-alliance/ CONTACT: Lanie Jordan KEY QUOTES: * “We see amazing opportunities for women…about 24% of family businesses are led by female CEOs or presidents. Women are making great strides in family businesses…it’s such a vast contrast to corporate trends." * "There are 50 university-based centers that are affordabl...

14 MIN2016 MAY 17
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048: How Family Business Centers Support Women

047: The Importance of Trusting Your Advisor

DOWNLOADyour freeTOOLKITby clickingHERE! CALLAmy and ask aQUESTION: 513-339-1007 EMAILAmy and ask aQUESTION: amy@daughtersincharge.com ******************************** THEME:The Importance of Trusting Your Advisor SUMMARY:Selecting an advisor who protects your interests is crucial for women in family businesses. Holly Isedale discusses how women in family businesses can learn to protect their information-and themselves. FEATURED GUEST:Holly Isdale: Founder and Strategist for Wealthaven, a consulting firm which serves very wealthy families and family businesses and helps them implement their goals. ORGANIZATION:Wealthaven WEBSITE:http://wealthaven.com/ KEY QUOTES: “In family businesses, really good estate plans can fall short or get outdated very quickly. They're designed with one goal in mind: preserve the family business. This creates this awful dilemma…not thinking about the implications for the beneficiaries.” “For younger women, it’s about knowing yourself, how you make dec...

19 MIN2016 MAY 3
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047: The Importance of Trusting Your Advisor

046: The Best Preparation for Becoming CEO

DOWNLOADyour freeTOOLKITby clickingHERE! CALLAmy and ask aQUESTION: 513-339-1007 EMAILAmy and ask aQUESTION: amy@daughtersincharge.com ******************************** THEME:The Best Preparation for Becoming CEO SUMMARY:Tacy Byham, an industrial/organizational psychologist like her dad, is now CEO of DDI, a global talent management organization. She describes her thorough preparation for the role of CEO. FEATURED GUEST:Tacy Byham, CEO of DDI ORGANIZATION: DDI WEBSITE:www.ddiworld.com KEY QUOTES: * “Authenticity as a trait is a behavior that we can display to others. People see that and know whether they can trust you.” * “Research tells us that more stress comes from getting promoted. That challenge is absolutely real.” * “If you’d like your children to become part of the family business …be careful about what behaviors they’re observing!"

31 MIN2016 JAN 18
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046: The Best Preparation for Becoming CEO

045: Deciding to Work for Your Mom - Sadie Ferguson

DOWNLOADyour freeTOOLKITby clickingHERE! CALLAmy and ask aQUESTION: 513-339-1007 EMAILAmy and ask aQUESTION: amy@daughtersincharge.com ******************************** THEME:Deciding to Work for Your Mom SUMMARY:Sadie Ferguson, a social worker now working in her mother's successful flower shop, describes how working with her mother is allowing her to develop her interests and passions and nurturing her entrepreneurial spirit as well. FEATURED GUEST:Sadie Ferguson ORGANIZATION:Robin Wood Flowers WEBSITE:www.robinwoodflowers.com CONTACT:sadie@robinwoodflowers.com KEY QUOTES: * "The challenge for me was determining if I was ready to change my work identity, from social work to entrepreneurship." * "My mom and I are good friends; I worried that some of that would be threatened when I joined. It’s interesting getting to know her as a professional, not just as my mom." * "I’m satisfied, and I have an entrepreneurial spirit that is growing...and I didn’t know that that would happen."

15 MIN2016 JAN 5
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045: Deciding to Work for Your Mom - Sadie Ferguson

044: How your image affects your business

DOWNLOADyour freeTOOLKITby clickingHERE! CALLAmy and ask aQUESTION: 513-339-1007 EMAILAmy and ask aQUESTION: amy@daughtersincharge.com ******************************** THEME:How your image affects your business SUMMARY:Kristie Sheanshang, a private banker-and an image consultant-discusses how your professional image can make a difference in how you feel at work, and how others do, too. FEATURED GUEST:Kristie Sheanshang, stylist, speaker, and private banker ORGANIZATION: WEBSITE:www.dare4flair.com KEY QUOTES: * "You might be tempted to fit in with your team, but as a leader, you might be better off dressing to a higher standard-not business casual." * “Boundaries are a big part of my life. I try to be present when I’m home. I outsource tasks I don’t like." * “So many times in bank meetings, daughters don’t speak up. Prepare some questions, be involved, get on the agenda. Advisors are a resource. They would love to help you-but often don’t know how."

21 MIN2015 DEC 8
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044: How your image affects your business

043: How a Daughter Became a President

DOWNLOADyour freeTOOLKITby clickingHERE! CALLAmy and ask aQUESTION: 513-339-1007 EMAILAmy and ask aQUESTION: amy@daughtersincharge.com ******************************** THEME:How a Daughter Became a President SUMMARY:Kristy Knichel, President of Knichel Logistics, discusses what she learned from her dad, and what led her to make the choices that have helped the company adapt and thrive. FEATURED GUEST:Kristy Knichel ORGANIZATION:Knichel Logistics WEBSITE: www.knichellogistics.com CONTACT:724-449-3300, ext. 222 or kknichel@knichellogistics.com KEY QUOTES: * "I felt like I always had something to prove to my dad; there were times when even customers and vendors didn’t want to work with me because I’m a woman in a male-dominated industry." * “There’s a way to get the job done and be respectful about it. I tell people we’re successful because of our employees. They’re more valuable than anything. I consider our employees and our vendors our customers." * "My husband was a stay-at-h...

23 MIN2015 NOV 24
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043: How a Daughter Became a President

042: The Emerging Role of the Family Champion

DOWNLOADyour freeTOOLKITby clickingHERE! CALLAmy and ask aQUESTION: 513-339-1007 EMAILAmy and ask aQUESTION: amy@daughtersincharge.com ******************************** THEME:The Emerging Role of the Family Champion SUMMARY: Dr. Joshua Nacht discusses his research on what he calls “the family champion”, and the impact of this role on supporting the family relationships and connections that help to perpetuate and sustain business families. FEATURED GUEST: Dr. Joshua Nacht, stew"The family champion is not a leader of the business; it’s a family member who says 'we can do better' and takes a more active and engaged role as an owner. That aspect of taking initiative is key.” KEY QUOTES: * "The family champion is not a leader of the business; it’s a family member who says 'we can do better' and takes a more active and engaged role as an owner. That aspect of taking initiative is key.” * “In my research, the gender of the family champion didn’t matter; the right person emerged for ...

23 MIN2015 NOV 10
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042: The Emerging Role of the Family Champion

041: Grooming a Daughter to Take Over

DOWNLOADyour freeTOOLKITby clickingHERE! CALLAmy and ask aQUESTION: 513-339-1007 EMAILAmy and ask aQUESTION: amy@daughtersincharge.com ******************************** THEME:Grooming a Daughter to Take Over SUMMARY:A father and daughter discuss the experiences and choices that led them to work together and to prepare her to take over the family business. FEATURED GUESTS:Sarah Dunser and Tony Dunser ORGANIZATION:True Grit Inc. WEBSITE:www.truegritinc.net CONTACT:truegrit2@cableone.net KEY QUOTES: * Sarah: "I asked my dad, what would it take for me to run the business, and he said 'get a degree, any degree'. So I got my degree in chemical engineering.” * Tony: "We tried to groom her from day 1 to take on to take over my job. She’s always had an interest…she’s not a girly girl; getting her hands dirty is not a problem." * Sarah: "I hope I can grow the business, I hope we can hire more people, take in more work, and provide better customer service. * I pay attention to detail now-ar...

19 MIN2015 OCT 27
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041: Grooming a Daughter to Take Over

040: What Daughters Can Offer to Family Businesses

DOWNLOADyour freeTOOLKITby clickingHERE! CALLAmy and ask aQUESTION: 513-339-1007 EMAILAmy and ask aQUESTION: amy@daughtersincharge.com ******************************** THEME:What Daughters Can Offer to Family Businesses SUMMARY:Amy Schuman discusses the paradoxes that family businesses manage, how dealing with them can lead to business success, and the role that daughters can play in the process. FEATURED GUEST:Amy Schuman, Family Business Advisor and Author ORGANIZATION:The Family Business Consulting Group WEBSITE:www.thefbcg.com CONTACT:schuman@thefbcg.com KEY QUOTES: “Paradox is a hot topic now…family businesses ARE a paradox: head and heart, love and performance…two seeming opposites that can be complementary….you can gain so much in the process of wrestling with them.” “There are certainly still many family businesses where the participation of women in the operations is not yet happening, or is happening for the first time. I’m super conscious that these women are pione...

26 MIN2015 OCT 13
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040: What Daughters Can Offer to Family Businesses

Latest Episodes

049: A Daughter Successfully Manages Business Change

DOWNLOADyour freeTOOLKITby clickingHERE! CALLAmy and ask aQUESTION: 513-339-1007 EMAILAmy and ask aQUESTION: amy@daughtersincharge.com ******************************** THEME:A Daughter Successfully Manages Business Change SUMMARY:Elizabeth Blount McCormick describes how she took over her mother's business and introduced the changes and culture that have helped the business continue to thrive. FEATURED GUEST:Elizabeth Blount McCormick ORGANIZATION:Uniglobe Travel Designers WEBSITE:www.uniglobetraveldesigners.com. KEY QUOTES: * "My sister and I had a call with my mom, who was thinking of selling the business. We told her 'Don’t sell…we’d like to work in the company. Give us a chance.’” * “A lot of people my mom hired had watched me grow up. It was challenging. I had so much to learn and to prove. But I was also bringing in a lot of the best practice I had learned. My sister and I had to change the culture, and our mom allowed us to change things." * “We’ve had some millenials ...

23 MIN2016 SEP 6
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049: A Daughter Successfully Manages Business Change

048: How Family Business Centers Support Women

DOWNLOADyour freeTOOLKITby clickingHERE! CALLAmy and ask aQUESTION: 513-339-1007 EMAILAmy and ask aQUESTION: amy@daughtersincharge.com ******************************** THEME:How Family Business Centers Support Women SUMMARY:Lanie Jordan, Executive Director of the Family Business Alliance at Wilkes University, describes how college-based family business centers can support women through education, peer groups, events, and research. FEATURED GUEST:Lanie Jordan, Executive Director of the Family Business Alliance at Wilkes University. ORGANIZATION:Family Business Alliance at Wilkes University WEBSITE: http://www.wilkes.edu/about-wilkes/centers-and-institutes/family-business-alliance/ CONTACT: Lanie Jordan KEY QUOTES: * “We see amazing opportunities for women…about 24% of family businesses are led by female CEOs or presidents. Women are making great strides in family businesses…it’s such a vast contrast to corporate trends." * "There are 50 university-based centers that are affordabl...

14 MIN2016 MAY 17
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048: How Family Business Centers Support Women

047: The Importance of Trusting Your Advisor

DOWNLOADyour freeTOOLKITby clickingHERE! CALLAmy and ask aQUESTION: 513-339-1007 EMAILAmy and ask aQUESTION: amy@daughtersincharge.com ******************************** THEME:The Importance of Trusting Your Advisor SUMMARY:Selecting an advisor who protects your interests is crucial for women in family businesses. Holly Isedale discusses how women in family businesses can learn to protect their information-and themselves. FEATURED GUEST:Holly Isdale: Founder and Strategist for Wealthaven, a consulting firm which serves very wealthy families and family businesses and helps them implement their goals. ORGANIZATION:Wealthaven WEBSITE:http://wealthaven.com/ KEY QUOTES: “In family businesses, really good estate plans can fall short or get outdated very quickly. They're designed with one goal in mind: preserve the family business. This creates this awful dilemma…not thinking about the implications for the beneficiaries.” “For younger women, it’s about knowing yourself, how you make dec...

19 MIN2016 MAY 3
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047: The Importance of Trusting Your Advisor

046: The Best Preparation for Becoming CEO

DOWNLOADyour freeTOOLKITby clickingHERE! CALLAmy and ask aQUESTION: 513-339-1007 EMAILAmy and ask aQUESTION: amy@daughtersincharge.com ******************************** THEME:The Best Preparation for Becoming CEO SUMMARY:Tacy Byham, an industrial/organizational psychologist like her dad, is now CEO of DDI, a global talent management organization. She describes her thorough preparation for the role of CEO. FEATURED GUEST:Tacy Byham, CEO of DDI ORGANIZATION: DDI WEBSITE:www.ddiworld.com KEY QUOTES: * “Authenticity as a trait is a behavior that we can display to others. People see that and know whether they can trust you.” * “Research tells us that more stress comes from getting promoted. That challenge is absolutely real.” * “If you’d like your children to become part of the family business …be careful about what behaviors they’re observing!"

31 MIN2016 JAN 18
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046: The Best Preparation for Becoming CEO

045: Deciding to Work for Your Mom - Sadie Ferguson

DOWNLOADyour freeTOOLKITby clickingHERE! CALLAmy and ask aQUESTION: 513-339-1007 EMAILAmy and ask aQUESTION: amy@daughtersincharge.com ******************************** THEME:Deciding to Work for Your Mom SUMMARY:Sadie Ferguson, a social worker now working in her mother's successful flower shop, describes how working with her mother is allowing her to develop her interests and passions and nurturing her entrepreneurial spirit as well. FEATURED GUEST:Sadie Ferguson ORGANIZATION:Robin Wood Flowers WEBSITE:www.robinwoodflowers.com CONTACT:sadie@robinwoodflowers.com KEY QUOTES: * "The challenge for me was determining if I was ready to change my work identity, from social work to entrepreneurship." * "My mom and I are good friends; I worried that some of that would be threatened when I joined. It’s interesting getting to know her as a professional, not just as my mom." * "I’m satisfied, and I have an entrepreneurial spirit that is growing...and I didn’t know that that would happen."

15 MIN2016 JAN 5
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045: Deciding to Work for Your Mom - Sadie Ferguson

044: How your image affects your business

DOWNLOADyour freeTOOLKITby clickingHERE! CALLAmy and ask aQUESTION: 513-339-1007 EMAILAmy and ask aQUESTION: amy@daughtersincharge.com ******************************** THEME:How your image affects your business SUMMARY:Kristie Sheanshang, a private banker-and an image consultant-discusses how your professional image can make a difference in how you feel at work, and how others do, too. FEATURED GUEST:Kristie Sheanshang, stylist, speaker, and private banker ORGANIZATION: WEBSITE:www.dare4flair.com KEY QUOTES: * "You might be tempted to fit in with your team, but as a leader, you might be better off dressing to a higher standard-not business casual." * “Boundaries are a big part of my life. I try to be present when I’m home. I outsource tasks I don’t like." * “So many times in bank meetings, daughters don’t speak up. Prepare some questions, be involved, get on the agenda. Advisors are a resource. They would love to help you-but often don’t know how."

21 MIN2015 DEC 8
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044: How your image affects your business

043: How a Daughter Became a President

DOWNLOADyour freeTOOLKITby clickingHERE! CALLAmy and ask aQUESTION: 513-339-1007 EMAILAmy and ask aQUESTION: amy@daughtersincharge.com ******************************** THEME:How a Daughter Became a President SUMMARY:Kristy Knichel, President of Knichel Logistics, discusses what she learned from her dad, and what led her to make the choices that have helped the company adapt and thrive. FEATURED GUEST:Kristy Knichel ORGANIZATION:Knichel Logistics WEBSITE: www.knichellogistics.com CONTACT:724-449-3300, ext. 222 or kknichel@knichellogistics.com KEY QUOTES: * "I felt like I always had something to prove to my dad; there were times when even customers and vendors didn’t want to work with me because I’m a woman in a male-dominated industry." * “There’s a way to get the job done and be respectful about it. I tell people we’re successful because of our employees. They’re more valuable than anything. I consider our employees and our vendors our customers." * "My husband was a stay-at-h...

23 MIN2015 NOV 24
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043: How a Daughter Became a President

042: The Emerging Role of the Family Champion

DOWNLOADyour freeTOOLKITby clickingHERE! CALLAmy and ask aQUESTION: 513-339-1007 EMAILAmy and ask aQUESTION: amy@daughtersincharge.com ******************************** THEME:The Emerging Role of the Family Champion SUMMARY: Dr. Joshua Nacht discusses his research on what he calls “the family champion”, and the impact of this role on supporting the family relationships and connections that help to perpetuate and sustain business families. FEATURED GUEST: Dr. Joshua Nacht, stew"The family champion is not a leader of the business; it’s a family member who says 'we can do better' and takes a more active and engaged role as an owner. That aspect of taking initiative is key.” KEY QUOTES: * "The family champion is not a leader of the business; it’s a family member who says 'we can do better' and takes a more active and engaged role as an owner. That aspect of taking initiative is key.” * “In my research, the gender of the family champion didn’t matter; the right person emerged for ...

23 MIN2015 NOV 10
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042: The Emerging Role of the Family Champion

041: Grooming a Daughter to Take Over

DOWNLOADyour freeTOOLKITby clickingHERE! CALLAmy and ask aQUESTION: 513-339-1007 EMAILAmy and ask aQUESTION: amy@daughtersincharge.com ******************************** THEME:Grooming a Daughter to Take Over SUMMARY:A father and daughter discuss the experiences and choices that led them to work together and to prepare her to take over the family business. FEATURED GUESTS:Sarah Dunser and Tony Dunser ORGANIZATION:True Grit Inc. WEBSITE:www.truegritinc.net CONTACT:truegrit2@cableone.net KEY QUOTES: * Sarah: "I asked my dad, what would it take for me to run the business, and he said 'get a degree, any degree'. So I got my degree in chemical engineering.” * Tony: "We tried to groom her from day 1 to take on to take over my job. She’s always had an interest…she’s not a girly girl; getting her hands dirty is not a problem." * Sarah: "I hope I can grow the business, I hope we can hire more people, take in more work, and provide better customer service. * I pay attention to detail now-ar...

19 MIN2015 OCT 27
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041: Grooming a Daughter to Take Over

040: What Daughters Can Offer to Family Businesses

DOWNLOADyour freeTOOLKITby clickingHERE! CALLAmy and ask aQUESTION: 513-339-1007 EMAILAmy and ask aQUESTION: amy@daughtersincharge.com ******************************** THEME:What Daughters Can Offer to Family Businesses SUMMARY:Amy Schuman discusses the paradoxes that family businesses manage, how dealing with them can lead to business success, and the role that daughters can play in the process. FEATURED GUEST:Amy Schuman, Family Business Advisor and Author ORGANIZATION:The Family Business Consulting Group WEBSITE:www.thefbcg.com CONTACT:schuman@thefbcg.com KEY QUOTES: “Paradox is a hot topic now…family businesses ARE a paradox: head and heart, love and performance…two seeming opposites that can be complementary….you can gain so much in the process of wrestling with them.” “There are certainly still many family businesses where the participation of women in the operations is not yet happening, or is happening for the first time. I’m super conscious that these women are pione...

26 MIN2015 OCT 13
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040: What Daughters Can Offer to Family Businesses
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