Building Character That Lasts
Synopsis: Character is the foundation of a successful life. Without principles and values that build character, our children will not be able to sustain success. Most parents know this and want to inculcate good character traits in their children. This workshop seeks to give parents handles on how they can achieve this goal. In this workshop the speaker will identify with parents some of the key essential character traits that they want to build in their children/teens. With role-plays, group discussions and case-studies, the speaker will suggest some practical ways that parents can build character that will LAST.
Mr Paul Goh is a believer that good parenting is about providing love and care in a warm and secure environment. A positive and cohesive family environment lays the foundation for children to develop good self-esteem, and to be inspired to make a difference in their journey. A trained Counsellor and a registered Family Life Educator, he uses his counselling background to develop thoughtful, relevant and interactive life-skill programmes in his workshops and talks. Paul has 15 years of experience and conducted many programmes with parents, youths and children. He strongly feels that everyone has the ability to change and the potential to be better.
Kindly register online by 31 March 2018
For enquiries, please email FMS coordinator Ms Elizabeth Tang: firstname.lastname@example.org
When: 14 April 2018 (Saturday) / 9am – 12pm
Where: LSP Room, Level 1 (located behind the pond) Ai Tong School