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FEA – Community Call: RESILIENCE 2.0 How can we help our clients be more resilient?
February 18, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST
Join host FEAs Claire Sutton and Grant Conroy to learn how you can help your clients be more resilient.
Come prepared for this open, facilitated conversation amongst your peers:
Please watch this 3-minute music video here and please read the following article:
Building Your Resilience, American Psychological Association.
If you wish to learn more about this topic, we recommend this additional reading:
Resilience, Psychology Today
Don't miss this opportunity to connect, share and learn - register today!
Thursday, February 18, 2021
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST
Online via Zoom. A Zoom meeting link will be emailed to registrants prior to the event.
FEAs who attend this event will receive 1 continuing education credit toward their FEA designation annual requirement.
Who Can Attend
This call is for FEAs by FEAs.
Interested in Hosting?
Claire Sutton, M.A., RCC, CEAP, FEA
Claire Sutton is a seasoned solution-focused therapist, life coach and workplace consultant. She has an expertise in family dynamics and navigating life transitions. As a consultant in human behavior in the workplace, Claire is often called upon to help workplaces deal with troubled employees, conflict, and critical incidents. Many of Claire’s private clients are professionals, entrepreneurs and members of family enterprises. It was this realization that led Claire to pursue her FEA in 2017-18. Over the last few years, Claire has enjoyed both the breath and depth of experience when working and consulting with other FEAs. Also, Claire is a skilled facilitator and delivers a variety of workshops to businesses and organizations around the Vancouver area. Claire has two grown sons, is a life long learner and an avid golfer.
Grant Conroy, FEA
As a Portfolio Manager, Grant works with institutions, individuals, and families. He has a long history of trying to be a step ahead of the markets having started his career in 1996 with some of the World’s largest asset managers as his clients. As he continues this market journey, he now seeks to add value on a more personal basis as well. Having had an ‘Aha’ moment during the FEA program, he has an increased focus on the complexities that can come with family wealth, from how to prepare and educate the next generation, communicating legacy intentions, to protecting family unity. His values include equality, learning and being congruent. Outside of work he is chief “dad joke" teller in his household and serves on two not-for-profit boards.