|FAMILY360 - How It
How the Family360 Experience works
Complete the Family360 Survey. The participant and family members
(as chosen by the participant) complete the survey which gathers
real-life data in three behavior dimensions critical for effective
family relationships: primary behaviors, b) relationship-building
behaviors and c) character-strengthening behaviors. The survey
may be completed by anyone who knows the participant well and
has a good perspective of the participant’s family relationships,
such as a spouse/partner, children, step-children, parents, siblings,
grandparents, or close friends.
Review the Growth Summary Report. A Family360 Coach reviews
the Growth Summary Report together with the participant in a hard-hitting,
personalized change management session. The participant and the
coach jointly identify a) positive behaviors to do more frequently,
b) behaviors that inhibit effective family relationships and should
be eliminated, and c) new behaviors that should be implemented.
Create a Personal Development Plan. The participant maps out
a personal “vision” of what they want their family
to become. With an understanding of where changes can be made
from the data in the Growth Summary Report, the Coach and the
participant utilize the Investment Guide to identify practical
and tested actions that address specific behaviors. The participant
then creates a preliminary Development Plan with proposed actions.
Conduct the Family Council. The Family Council is the heart
of the Family360 Experience—it begins the process of open
and constructive communication on how to strengthen family relationships.
The participant and the family will discuss the Growth Summary
Report findings, discuss effective behavior changes and finalize
the Development Plan with specific action steps.
Receive Follow-up/On-going Coaching. Family360 coaches work
with the participant to ensure effective accountability and implementation
of the Development Plan and to bring about Better Relationships
– Better Results.
“It’s foolish to believe that a person who is unfulfilled
in their personal life will be able to turn it off like a toggle
switch when they walk through the doors of the company. So, to the
degree that you can add fulfillment to their life, you’re
helping them add value to their employer.” —Honeywell
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