Narva & Company recommends educational seminars and professional resources which we have experienced as creative, inspirational learning forums and valuable connection for entrepreneurial families, directors and key non-family executives of values-driven family enterprises.
The National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) »
A national membership organization providing resources that empower directors for public and private company boards to be more effective. Narva & Company contributed the original case study for the February 9, 2010 NACDNE Breakfast Event, “Outside Directors Inside the Family-Owned Business.”
Structuring Family Business for Success »
An interactive, practical learning experience for family companies, held in Freeport, Maine with a focus on corporate and family governance.
Global Family Enterprise: Protecting the Ownership Advantage »
This Phoenix, Arizona executive program is designed for members of family enterprises that have or are interested in developing a global presence, managing growth effectively, establishing successful governance strategies, and ensuring continuity between generations of family leaders.
Attorneys for Family Held Enterprises (AFHE) »
An independent, non-profit association of attorneys who provide multidisciplinary legal counsel and advice to privately-held enterprises, their owner-managers, and family members. The organization serves as a resource for individuals, business entities, trade associations, the business press, and other groups seeking information concerning attorneys with the experience, expertise, and qualifications to address privately-held business issues.
“ The Narva Team has helped the second and third generations of our family create a highly effective system of family governance. Their advice, support, mentoring and introductions to a wide variety of educational resources have trained us as leaders and directors, developed us as stewards of our third generation family controlled enterprise, and empowered us to create our own entrepreneurial visions for the future.”