Our latest Global NextGen Survey titled Today and beyond: The next generation challenges the status quo of family business heard from more than 1,000 next generation members of family businesses across 68 countries and regions. The results provided some great news: how the pandemic has united the generations around a common goal - driving growth to secure the stability of the business and the family. We’ve learned that the next generation is well-equipped with traditional skills, including finance, management and business administration. But leadership today requires new approaches and competencies. Embracing diversity and developing new talents will be essential ingredients if next-generation members are to establish their leadership style, make their mark and build their own legacy.