Have you identified the core values that will help you manage your business and your assets?
Are your aspirations clear for the next generation? Do you know what the next generation’s aspirations are?
Would you like to learn how to create a strong foundation for communicating around succession and transfer planning?
Holistic Management provides a straight-forward and effective framework for creating a step by step farm/ranch transition plan. A carefully thought-out succession plan is essential in shaping expectations to enable a smooth and equitable transition. In this webinar, we will explore how farm and ranch families have used Holistic Management to develop the trust, vision, and authentic communication required to successfully create transfer plans for their farms and ranches.
Participants will learn about the Holistic Goal setting process and how it can be used to create a strong foundation for decision-making. Work in small groups with other local Northern New Mexican land managers to practice using the decision-testing matrix. Leave with your own Holistic Goal worksheet to help you create a strong foundation for effective communication and conflict resolution in creating successful transfer plans.
Virtual Zoom Event
Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020
Time: 5PM-7PM Mountain Time
Restricted to Taos & Northern New Mexico Region
More information including Zoom link provided upon registration
Please feel free to contact us with any questions. We look forward to seeing you online!!
Dr. Ann Adams, Executive Director, Holistic Management International
As Executive Director for HMI, Ann has designed and implemented training programs for both producers and educators. She regularly teaches classes (onsite and distance learning) and offers consulting services in Holistic Management for family farms and ranches with a particular focus on goal setting facilitation and financial planning and small acreage grazing. Trained as a mediator for the Albuquerque Metropolitan Court System, Ann also has experience with other conflict resolution processes that she brings to her facilitation. She has been a Certified Educator for Holistic Management International since 1998 and has written countless articles, helped develop agriculture-based software for financial and grazing planning, and written a training handbook, At Home with Holistic Management: Creating a Life of Meaning, published in 1999. She owns a small farm in the Manzano Mountains, southeast of Albuquerque, New Mexico where she raises goats and chickens.
Special thank you to our sponsor for making this event possible:
Thank you to our collaborators:
Scholarship funding support comes from the L&L Nippert Charitable Foundation and ISA TanTec.