The Executive Family Project: “Competent Families Day”

Wednesday, 09/10/2013

In an era of continuous change and unforeseen challenges, children need to be armed with strengths, skills and competencies that will enable them to thrive. As the early years are of crucial importance, the Executive Family Project focuses on activities for children beginning from their preschool years, until their adolescence.

ALBA Graduate Business School at The American College of Greece organizes for the first time in Greece, a conference on skills development in childhood and on the role of family and partners in empowering children & developing skills such as self-awareness, creativity, resilience and entrepreneurship.

Competent Families Day, to take place on Tuesday, 3 December 2013 aims to provide the opportunity for academics, educators, business executives and parents to create a forum for discussion, exchange  of ideas and communication. Final goal is to propose new ways and to plan new actions, in order to help children to grow, discover their potentials and help their talents to flourish. In an era of continuous change and unforeseen challenges, children need to be armed with strengths, skills and competencies that will enable them to thrive. As the early years are of crucial importance, the Executive Family Project focuses on activities for children beginning from their preschool years, until their adolescence.

The role of the Corporations in offering these opportunities to the future generation is of key importance, not only to the Organization, but also to Society.

For more information on participation in the Competent Families Day, contact exed@alba.edu.gr