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Communication in Family Business

Managing effective communication when family and business intersect.


The unique working environment of family businesses can create challenges when it comes to effective communication. This invaluable workshop will assist in tackling everyday conversations through to testing topics, by addressing;

  • Communication and decision making structures
  • Understanding the challenges of communication in family business
  • The conversations we need to be having in our business and what is stopping us
  • Multigenerational communication, transitioning people well, and understanding the impact of personality types in a team.


Monday 24th June, 2024

6.00pm to 9.30pm


Cleve Sporting Club, South Terrace, Cleve


$22 + booking fee.
The day includes a light supper.
The full cost of this workshop is $250 per person, which has been heavily reduced thanks to the support of event sponsors.
Numbers are limited for this workshop, so please book early to avoid disappointment.



Sponsored by

This project is supported by FRRR, through funding from the Australian Government’s Future Drought Fund.


WoTL Sponsors and Partners

More Information

Register quickly as places are limited – RSVP 17th June 2024 for catering purposes

For further information contact Angela Harris, WoTL Ambassador on 0429 207 026


About your presenter

Jeanette Long - Ag Consulting Co - WoTL Workshop Facilitator
Deb Scammell – Consultant – Talking Livestock

Deb Scammell is a livestock consultant at Talking Livestock, she assists producers with nutrition and production planning in their sheep and beef enterprises. She consults directly to farmers and runs industry courses and projects. Deb is based in Sevenhill in the Clare Valley.

Prior to starting her own business, Talking Livestock, Deb worked in the commercial nutrition space in several different roles covering technical, sales and national management. Deb has also been involved with sheep genetic programs and DNA, EID technology and extension and sheep research.

Deb graduated from Adelaide University with a Bachelor of Agricultural science with honours in Animal science and has studied ruminant nutrition post-graduation.