Leadership & Development
The agriculture community is increasingly recognizing human resources as a valuable management tool, making interpersonal skills and their evaluation a hot topic.
Family farm. The name says it all. Some, if not all, workers involved in farms across the country are members of the same family.
Meetings within an operation can play a critical role in effective communication and long-term success of a farm business.
Three experts weigh in on how the best way for the next generation to start the farm transition conversation.
If you're part of a farm transition, sharing your knowledge and skills is important. Here are 6 questions and tools to make the process easier.
The business card says, “farm CEO,” which means the farmer oversees everything. But when it comes down to job duties, CEO is defined in two ways: vision and leadership.
Filling your farm team’s gaps in soft skills like communication, teamwork, etiquette and attitude can be more of a challenge than addressing wanting areas of traditional farm work.
A BDO case study exploring how one family worked through the best way to pay their children for working on the farm.