Special offering of GEN 503 in London on February 17, 2018
Take your skills to the next level.
Enroll in this special early offering of
GEN 503: Tools for Positive Change in Family Business Systems: Analysis and application
When: Saturday, February 17, 2018, 0900:00-16:30:00
Where: Park Plaza Riverbank, 18 Albert Embankment, London, England
ABOUT THE COURSE
GEN 503 Tools for Positive Change in Family Business Systems: Analysis and application
This course for advanced practitioners will review key forces at work in family business systems, providing an overview of frameworks for capturing and analyzing critical information. Tools and techniques for achieving meaningful change with clients will be applied to selected case exercises. Developing skill for critical analysis will underpin all elements of the day.
- an overview of family business assessment tools
- insights into what to look for, look out for and how to choose family business assessment tools
- methods for identifying risks and benefits, challenges and opportunities for professionals using family business assessments
- “hands on” exercises for using assessment tools and discussing them with family business clients
Your next chance to take this course will be October 2018. Don’t delay! Register here.
Andrew Hier, FFI Fellow, is senior partner with Cambridge Advisors to Family Enterprise in Boston, where he assists clients with ownership, business and family issues, including development of the next generation and conflict management.
Lloyd Steier, FFI Fellow, is former vice chair of the FFI board of directors and the recipient of the 2010 Barbara Hollander Award. He holds the Distinguished Chair in Entrepreneurship and is director of the Family Centre for Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise at the University of Alberta Business School.