Learn the 10 best practices of highly successful families

Dr. Hilliard L. Lackey, III & Lillian Troupe Lackey

The Lackey Family Rewards Program

Best Practice #10: Establishing a formal Family Rewards System

Course Benefits

  • Understand the benefits of an effective family rewards system and identifying specific recognition programs that reinforce and encourage family members from millennials to baby-boomers to achieve their family vision and mission

  • Learn how the family can make money from their Family Crest/Family Coat of Arms

  • Learn the key components of “Financial Literacy” and its impact on families

  • Learn the value of mastering “Soft Skills” and the impact it will have on the social and financial well-being of the family

  • Learn how to write family vision and mission statements that are based on a family’s core values

Course curriculum

  • 1


  • 2

    Best Practice 1 / Chapter 1: Family Vision

    • Lesson 1: Class Description

    • Lesson 2: Where Can I Find My Purpose?

    • Lesson 3: Learn the Four (4) Reasons For a Written Family Vision

    • Lesson 4: Learn the Family Vision & Mission Statements Definitions

    • Lesson 5: Who is a Family Visionary?

    • Lesson 6: Chris Porter, G3 The Impact of an Inspiring Family Vision on my life

    • Lesson 7: Assignment 1

    • Lesson 8: Quiz 1

    • Lesson 9: The Seven (7) Major Benefits of a Family Vision (Part 1)

    • Lesson 10: The Seven (7) Major Benefits of a Family Vision (Part 2)

  • 3

    Chapter 2: Dream Exercise

    • Lesson 1: Dream Exercise

    • Lesson 2: The Joyners, G3 What a family vision means to our family

    • Lesson 3: Quiz 2

  • 4

    Chapter 3: Types of Vision & Mission Statements

    • Lesson 1: The 5 Types of Family Vision & Mission Statements

    • Lesson 2: The 2 Categories of Family Visions and Mission Statements

    • Lesson 3: Assignment 2

    • Lesson 4: Quiz 3

  • 5

    Best Practice 2 / Chapter 4: Family History

    • Lesson 1: Introduction

    • Lesson 2: The Value of Your Family History

    • Lesson 3: Two Visual Representation For Your Family History

    • Lesson 4: Assignment 3

    • Lesson 5: Quiz 4

  • 6

    Best Practice 3 / Chapter 5: Family Leaders/Elders

    • Lesson 1: How to identify family leader(s)/elder(s); The characteristics of an effective family leader/elder

    • Lesson 2: Assignment

  • 7

    Best Practice 4 / Chapter 6: Family Vision Caretaker(s)

    • Lesson 1: How to identify a Family Vision Caretaker(s); The characteristics of an effective Family Vision Caretaker

    • Lesson 2: The Duties of a Family Vision Caretaker

    • Lesson 3: How to Build a Family Championship Team

    • Lesson 4: The 15 Characteristics of Highly Effective and Successful Families (Part 1)

    • Lesson 5: The 15 Characteristics of Highly Effective and Successful Families (Part 2)

    • Lesson 6: The 15 Characteristics of Highly Effective and Successful Families (Part 3)

    • Lesson 7: Assignment

    • Lesson 8: Quiz

  • 8

    Best Practice 5 / Chapter 7: Family Core Values

    • Lesson 1: Family Core Values

    • Lesson 2: Assignment

  • 9

    Best Practice 6 / Chapter 8: Visual Representation Family Core Values

    • Lesson 1: Visual Representation Family Core Values

    • Lesson 2: Assignment

    • Lesson 3: Quiz

  • 10

    Best Practice 7 / Chapter 9: Spiritual Gifts and Health

    • Lesson 1: Spiritual Gifts

    • Lesson 2: Spiritual Health

    • Lesson 3: Assignment

    • Lesson 4: Quiz

    • Lesson 5: Quiz

  • 11

    Best Practice 8 / Chapter 10: Family Intellectual Capital

    • Lesson 1: Family Intellectual Capital

    • Lesson 2: Derek Porter, G3

    • Lesson 3: Assignment

    • Lesson 4: Quiz

  • 12

    Best Practice 9 / Chapter 11: Communication

    • Lesson 1: Communication

    • Lesson 2: Assignment

    • Lesson 3: Quiz

  • 13

    Best Practice 10 / Chapter 12: Family Vision Reward System

    • Lesson 1: Benefits of an Effective Family Vision Rewards Program

    • Lesson 2: Family Vision Recognition Examples

    • Lesson 3: 10 Steps To Create A Family Reward System

    • Lesson 4: The Lackey Family Part 1

    • Lesson 5: The Lackey Family Part 2

    • Lesson 6: The Lackey Family Part 3

    • Lesson 7: The Lackey Family Part 4

    • Lesson 8: Assignment

    • Lesson 9: Quiz

    • Post Course Survey

Meet Your Instructors

Chairman and CEO of Generations Empowerment Enterprises, LLC

Phillip S. Porter, MBA

Phillip brings over 13 years of experience as a trainer, business advisor and loan officer with the Neighborhood Development Center a nonprofit organization in St. Paul, MN. He has successfully advised and trained over 250 businesses representing many industries. Phillip was a Quality Manager/Director for Diamond Products Company and Assistant Quality Manager with The Gillette Company. He is the former Chairman of the Executive Board of Directors and Chairman of the Finance Ministry at Greater Friendship Missionary Baptist Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He is a former board member of the Dakota County Regional Chamber of Commerce. Phillip grew up in Kansas City and attended South Carolina State University in Orangeburg, SC. He held Property & Casualty Insurance, Life/Health Insurance and Real Estate Limited Brokers Licenses. Phillip has been married to his wife Janice for 35 years. They are the proud parents of four children, one grandson and one granddaughter. He loves to cruise the Caribbean

President, Global Family Success Institute a Division of Generations Empowerment Enterprises, LLC

Dr. Janice M. Williams-Porter

Janice M. Williams-Porter, EdD grew up and attended school in Pike County, Mississippi. She attended an excellent HBCU, Jackson State University where she earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology and a Master's in Science. Janice continued her education by earning a Specialist Degree in Education Administration from St. Mary's University in Minnesota. Her lifelong educational dream was fulfilled when she earned her Doctor of Education in K-12 Leadership from Bethel University in Minnesota. Dr. Porter was honored to dedicate her doctorate degree to her parents W. Lethell Williams & Elvalene Magee-Williams. Her passions are reading, spending time with her family, teaching, traveling and biblical studies. She served in her church as Director of the Christian Education Ministry, a Deaconess, a Sunday School teacher, and an Executive Board member. Dr. Porter is married to her best friend, the love of her life, entrepreneur, and author Mr. Phillip S. Porter. They have celebrated over thirty years of marriage. They are blessed to have four children, one grandson and one granddaughter.

What People Are Saying About This Course

Nelson in MN

“This class has revived a vision that I already had for my family many years ago. I did not know about a Family Shield or Coat of Arms but after attending these classes, I created or drafted a Family Coat of Arms for my family. The family shield reflects our family’s core values. Attending this class and reading the book lit a fire under me. I always saw myself as an entrepreneur and this class has helped me a lot.”

Vanessa in AL

“These Series have been a blessing!!! I will never be the same!!! Look out family.....I am getting equipped, trained, and enlightened.”

Phillip in TN

“You’re proving that families can work together and live together, Thank you!”

Ethel in AL

“I am so proud of my sister Janice and brother Phillip. This class has been an inspiration to me and my family, I am so glad to be a part of this group of people who attended this class.”