This is an online workshop.
September 22, 2021 – October 13, 2021, with live webinars on Wednesday evenings from 5:00-6:30PM MST
In conjunction with the 2021 REGENERATE Conference!
Holistic Management provides a straightforward 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 virtual workshop series, 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 work through a number of exercises and worksheets designed to create a strong foundation for effective communication and conflict resolution in creating successful transfer plans.
This four-part course, led by HMI Certified Educator Kelly Sidoryk, will explore the strategies to build a transition plan that is tailored to your own unique operation and family. We will examine the following:
- the initial steps of the succession planning process
- creating a shared vision
- communication and decision-making
- roles and responsibilities
- important members of the succession planning team
- contingency plans and intergenerational dialogs
Whether taking the first steps or continuing the path of transferring to the next generation, this workshop will be valuable to all families in business.
Only $50 for the entire 4-week course!
Please watch this video to see how to register for this event.
Please note that this workshop is NOT part of the Workshop Week.
Questions or need assistance with anything?
Call the Quivira Coalition’s office: 505-820-2544. Email: [email protected]
Kelly Sidoryk, HMI Certified Educator, Lead Facilitator
Kelly ranches with her family near the border city of Lloydminster, Alberta/Saskatchewan. They also have operations near Victoire, Sask. and Maidstone, Sask. Her experiences in the ag community have led to a career running their own livestock operation as well as working with families, organizations and individuals to help enhance their situations. When considering the resources of land, finances and people she places emphasis on the people component. So many in agriculture have strengths in production and finances but the softer human needs are often overlooked but so important as we work on transitioning operations and transforming lives. Kelly specializes in succession planning, and develops the approach and designs the plan to meet the specific and unique needs of each family.