The Family Governance Forum 2019 | Dates TBA
Details about our next Family Governance Forum event will be announced in the summer of 2019. If you'd like to be added to the "I'm interested" list, please contact Christine at 773-604-5005 or Christine@thefbcg.com. You will be among the first to be notified when our program is finalized.
The Family Governance Forum is a two-day, interactive experience that connects family leaders and influencers to support the growth, development and success of their families’ legacies. The program is designed to lead participants through learning, discussion and planning to heighten their effectiveness as leaders in the family enterprise and evolve and transform their family governance in the coming year.
Attendees will leave the program with new materials, ideas, resources and insights on a range of family governance activities, as well as a plan to put these learnings into action, fully supported throughout the program by peer insight and advisor expertise.
Who Should Attend
This session is designed as an advanced program for families that have been engaging in formal family governance activities for a year or more. To qualify, your family must be (at minimum) having regular family meetings that devote time to family education and/or cohesion. Many attendees also have more advanced including family councils, assemblies, committees, etc.
Please note: The Family Governance Forum is designed to support the success of leaders in the family governance system through learning, new ideas and experience exchange with other participants. To ensure the most productive environment for this advanced session, attendance is limited to:
Family members serving in recognized leadership roles in family governance, decision making, and cohesion, and
Key non-family executives whose job function includes leadership in these areas.
Individuals in the following roles may find great benefit from the program:
Family council chairs
Family assembly leaders
Next generation leaders
Family foundation leaders
In addition, certain non-family employees with responsibility in family education or cohesion may qualify to attend, including:
Single family office executives
Human resources/human capital executives
To ensure all attendees derive optimum value from the program, attendance is restricted to 60 attendees and is subject to approval by conference organizers. If you would like to discuss the program and whether it is a good fit for you, please contact Kristi Daeda at (773) 784-5008 or firstname.lastname@example.org.