Are you dedicating the same time, energy and imagination to raising your
children as you are to running your business? ?YPO can help you meet your
greatest challenge--raising responsible children in a YPO family. ?This new
seminar gives you and your spouse a roadmap for enhancing your parenting
skills. ?Learn from the "best of the best" parenting resources how to adapt
to the challenges of kids of all ages. ?
Explore your key concerns with other parents through general and breakout
sessions, forum-like discussions and one-on-one sessions with faculty.
?Listen to a panel of youth share their perspectives on parenting techniques
that work. Join other parents in break-out sessions and forum-like
discussions on raising financially responsible children, family operation and
organization, and self-reliance.
SHARE THIS E-MAIL WITH YOUR SPOUSE NOW TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS
SPECIAL LEARNING OPPORTUNITY. ?Enrollment is limited to ensure an intimate
small group experience.
Shep Moyle, chairman of the seminar, is winner of the 1999 Best of the Best
YPO International Education Award winner.
Richard & Linda Eyre, authors of six best-selling books, including Teaching
Your Children Values, the first parenting book since Dr. Spock's to reach #1
on The New York Times bestseller list. ?The Eyres host a national weekly
cable television show "Families are Forever" and operate the international
parents' cooperative organization HOMEBASE. ?They have served as resources at
many YPO universities and chapter events. ?The Eyres will lead the
development of the program content.
Meg Zweiback, a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, a Family Consultant and an
Associate Clinical Professor of Nursing at the University of California at
San Francisco. ?She has been working with families and young children for
over twenty years. She is. ?
Walt Rutherford, Chief Academic Officer, San Diego University for Integrative
Studies; Director of the Center for Healing and Growth, where he works as a
psychotherapist. A licensed family and marriage therapist, he has worked with
adolescents and parents of adolescents with learning disabilities, special
educational concerns and chemical dependency & recovery. ?He has taught
adolescent addiction and prevention in the University of Southern California
Charles & Barbara Dunlap, resources to many YPO universities and chapter
events, speaking on building strong families. ?They are experienced in
developing an annual plan for their family of seven to ensure that their
children are raised successfully amid the pressures and strains of work and
Jane Nelsen, a licensed Marriage, Family and Child Counselor and author of
several books, including Raising Self-Reliant Children in a Self-Indulgent
Marion Solomon, licensed psychologist, family therapist and Director at the
Lifespan Learning Institute in Los Angeles. ?Her experience includes the
development of parenting programs at the Beverly Hills Unified School
Parenting By Objective: Teaching responsibility and values to children with
the right lessons at the right ages.
Three Steps To A Strong Family: Building every family's needs: a legal
system, an economy, and enduring traditions.
The Big Three: Developing Responsibility, Discipline and Communication.
Chairman: Shep Moyle (Indiana)
Date: October 25-27, 2000. ?The seminar begins with registration at 2:00 p.m.
on Wednesday, October 25 and concludes after lunch on Friday, October 27.
Location: San Diego, California, USA
Fee: US$2,450 per couple and $1, 225 per individual member. ?Fee includes
tuition, teaching materials and meals (accommodations and travel are not
Dress is business casual.
Hotel & Accommodations: Loews Coronado Bay Resort. ?To access the YPO
negotiated rates, call Myron Tanuz at the hotel directly at 619-424-4413.
?Thirty days or more before the event, the hotel may release the YPO block of
Registration: or More Information Contact: YPO Global Services Center Email:
Phone: 1-800-773-7976 or 1-972-650-4600 Fax: 1-972-650-4721
Cancellation Policy: Full refunds will be made up to 30 days before the event
if notification is received in writing. After that time, no refunds will be