Anne Eiting Klamar had not been groomed to succeed her father in the family business. In fact, she embarked on an entirely different career. But when it turned out she needed to run the family business, she stepped into her father’s shoes. And she quickly found out they didn’t fit her.
0:45: “Congratulations, you’re the new president of Midmark Corporation.”
6:00: From physician to leader of a large business enterprise
6:50: “They’ll lock your doors.”
9:10: “Your people don’t like you.”
11:25: “I want to be me as a leader, not him.”
12:50: The concept of legacy.
14:00: “We know you and we trust you.”
16:00: “A family in business moment.”
Better Every Story
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