FAMILY360 - Overview
Family360 is a powerful personal change process that improves family
relationships and enhances work effectiveness.
When work demands on the individual create a widening gulf in personal
and family relationships, Family360 helps repair, strengthen and
bridge the gap. The strains within today’s families are taking
a serious toll, not only on families themselves, but on workplace
productivity and effectiveness. Many successful management development
programs focus on the effectiveness of the individual within the
organization, but fail to address personal effectiveness outside
The Family360 Experience is a powerful, individually-tailored personal
and family change process. The two-fold purpose of Family360 is
- Strengthen personal and family relationships with
immediate and extended family members
- Improve work effectiveness
Family360 allows individuals to assess their effectiveness in
personal and family relationships. In addition, Family360 compliments
and brings a holistic view to any corporate-sponsored management
performance feedback, education or personal productivity effort.
It is the only powerful change tool that recognizes that effective
organizations cannot be built “on a foundation of broken homes
and strained personal relationships”
(Dr. Peter Senge, MIT Professor of Management).
The Benefits of Family360
Any individual who wants to build better family relationships and
who experiences the challenge of juggling work, family and personal
priorities will benefit from Family360. The Family360 process is
specifically designed to benefit individuals who:
- Experience frustration with managing their family
- Want more happiness and fulfillment from their
- Travel frequently and are absent from important
- Find fewer hours in the day than are needed to
maintain good relationships and get work accomplished
- Want to improve work effectiveness
- Want the skills and abilities to be successful at work and
with their personal and family relationships
What does research show?
Research shows that better family relationships can lead to better
results at work. Separate studies by Cornell and by the Families
and Work Institute show that problems with workers’ personal
lives can “spill over into work and diminish productivity.”
Research has also documented that employees have twice the level
of company commitment and retention when they are encouraged to
succeed at both their personal and professional priorities.
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