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  1. Steps to measure the social impact and return of philanthropy in family businesses.
    This workshop discusses how family businesses measure their economic and social impact in the society and how it can be properly oriented to have a greater impact on society.
  2. Promoting the importance of GRI reports and their preparation methods.
    This workshop addresses the importance and steps of implementing the GRI Sustainability Reporting Standards (GRI Standards) as the first and most widely adopted global standards for sustainability reporting. The practice of disclosing sustainability information inspires accountability, helps identify and manage risks, and enables organizations to seize new opportunities. Reporting with the GRI Standards supports companies, public and private, large and small, protect the environment and improve society, while at the same time thriving economically by improving governance and stakeholder relations, enhancing reputations and building trust.
  3. Requirements for planning and managing wealth in Gulf family businesses.
    This workshop addresses the promotion of entrepreneurship in family businesses and the role of family funds in promoting the family capital.
  4. Conflict management and exit strategies in Gulf family businesses.
    This workshop reviews and discusses exit mechanisms in family businesses without affecting them negatively or harming the interests of others.
  5. Steps of implementing modern international accounting standards, their impact on creative accounting and role in the elimination of family work.
    This workshop tackles mechanisms to reduce creative accounting and the implementation of modern international accounting standards.
  6. Ways to develop a roadmap for digital governance in Gulf family businesses.
    This workshop reviews mechanisms and techniques in the management of investments in family businesses, their governance and the challenges facing family businesses.
*Program Sessions are subject to change