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Increasing the Effectiveness of Farm and Family Meetings Suzann Enzian Knight M.O.E., M.S., CFP University of New Hampshire
Purpose Effective communication within farm families decrease conflicts and increase working together toward farm profitability
Research Findings Communicating goals and values key to outcomes. Effective communication is a leading indicator of financial performance. Farmers are considered experiential-social learners
Farm Family Challenges Live and work together Increased stress Diverse goals
The Family Glue Relationships Goals of each family member Quality of Life Issues
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Communication: A Self-Assessment Exercise Action Oriented Process Oriented People Oriented Idea Oriented
Coping with Other Communication Styles Action Oriented Person Process Oriented Person People Oriented Person Idea Oriented Person
Organizing Family and Farm Meetings Involvement Facilitator Agenda Discussion Ground Rules Recordkeeping
But meetings don’t happen….
Communication Do’s and Don’ts Be specific Don’t just complain Keep to one issue at a time Compromise Forget the past
Contact Information Suzann Enzian Knight, M.O.E., M.S., CFP Family Resource Management Specialist University of New Hampshire 308 Pettee Hall, 55 College Road Durham, NH 03824 firstname.lastname@example.org
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