Family Business Retreats
Our “Family Assembly” retreats can be tailor-made to the individual needs of your family
Managing family expectations, working through conflict and creating family unity are often the biggest concerns for Family Business owners. Different dynamics, personal emotions, unresolved past conflict and in-laws have an impact on the business. Understanding these Family Business dynamics is vital, so that when a family faces them, they have the tools and skills to address conflict before and as it arises, in order to maintain a sense of family unity and cohesion.
The most powerful businesses globally are family businesses, yet many businesses fail to get past the second generation. That’s because too often, key family issues that intricately affect the health of the business, fail to be identified and effectively dealt with.
Family Assemblies are generally organized at least once a year. Intended for all members of the family to join, whether having an active or an inactive role in the business (management, shareholders, bloodline relatives, next-generation, and in-laws). Young family members are encouraged to participate in organized age-appropriate activities. The intention of the Family Assembly is to create fun and educational opportunities that build and nurture family relationships. It is important to be purposeful about how we want to BE together, just as much as what we want to DO together. Immerse yourself in a Family Assembly packed full of enjoyable, thought-provoking experiential exercises, best practices and fun activities for all family members!
Acquire skills and tools to navigate a successful, multi-generational family business. Reconnect and thrive as a family!
Come to Greece & experience exciting, empowering & transformational Family Business Assemblies
Relax and recharge at the ultimate family destination
- Benefit from an effective relationships systems approach
for working with groups
- Learn best practices to engage and unify
- Learn how to navigate complex family
- Determine what family ownership means
for your business
- Explore a plan for succession
- Work through the challenge of governance
- Practice effective communication and conflict resolution
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