Next Gen Community: The art of navigating tensions and privilege

London

6 February 2024, 6:00 pm

About

Have you ever thought “I can’t really say this to my friend, because they wouldn’t be able to relate”?

If so, come join us for an interactive, honest and thought-provoking conversation about the realities of being a Next Gen. Beneath the wealth of opportunity also lie unique challenges that are important to notice and explore. Navigating power dynamics, family politics and the privilege that comes with this reality is not always straightforward.

Questions the evening will explore:

  • How do we get more comfortable sharing and exploring the tensions and dilemmas we experience as a Next Gen community?
  • How do we reframe what can feel like a burden into opportunity?
  • What does it take for us to have better quality conversations about the tricky stuff within our families and beyond?

This intimate group discussion is strictly limited and will be on a first-come-first-served basis.

Who should attend?

FBUK Community Events are for those who wish to benefit from:

  • peer-to-peer networking
  • sharing of advice and experiences
  • access to subject matter experts

 Open to FBUK Next Gen Community Members ONLY.

Find out more and register to join the FBUK Community by emailing info@familybusinessuk.org

Format

18:00-18:30 Arrival with refreshments

18:30-18:45 Introduction by facilitators: Maria Villax and Megan Taylor

18:45-19:30 Tensions Exploration Exercise

An interactive process that helps guests to articulate the tensions they experience and share more about the paradoxical nature of these dilemmas.

19:30-20:00 Pair Reflections

An opportunity to dig deeper into a current tension you are experiencing and get support from a peer (and vice versa) – with guided sheet

20:00-20:30 Large group conversation

Share thoughts and feelings about what is required from Next Gens and how the community can support one another

Location

Boodles Bond Street, 178 New Bond Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 4RH

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