Montreal, QC (PRWEB) April 10, 2013
Professionals from all disciplines can now enjoy Module 1 of The Art of Family Governance™: Engaging in Family Councils & Meetings – in a version specifically dedicated to helping professionals from all disciplines better understand and address some of the soft issues around family cohesion and communication that are so critical to the long-term survival and transitioning of family-owned businesses.
The Art of Family Governance™ – Version for Professionals includes thorough analyses and exercises, while addressing family dynamics as featured in the BFF filmed case study portrayed throughout the course. Excellent coverage of family behaviors pre-, during and post-family meetings.
This series of online modules is suitable for all professionals working with or in family businesses, whether they are senior executives, lawyers, accountants, tax specialists, management consultants, managers, advisors, members of Board of Directors, estate planners, family therapists and others.
The first module of The Art of Family Governance™ – Version for Professionals is available in English and compatible with all computers, mobile and handheld devices. French and Spanish versions will be released shortly. Additional modules of The Art of Family Governance™ – Version for Professionals will be released throughout 2013 and 2014, covering topics ranging from successful family bonding activities to the succession and transition process in family leadership roles.
For more information, contact Dr. Pascale Michaud at p.michaud(at)businessfamilies(dot)org
About Business Families Foundation:
Business Families Foundation (BFF) is a non-profit philanthropy established 23 years ago that provides education and support to family enterprises around the world. Launched and nurtured by business families helping business families, in collaboration with universities and international partners, the mission of BFF is to empower entrepreneurial families and those who advise them to address and resolve their issues and, in so doing, help them grow, develop and endure as the economic backbone and social fabric of their communities.