The event is being held in conjunction with the Tokeneke Parent-Teacher Organization and will immediately follow the TPTO meeting at 7 p.m.
Agati's presentation will help parents gain a better understanding of the styles of their children's behavior based on their position in the family and discuss ways to promote better harmony between siblings. He will also address how to avoid potential conflict between the parents' own style of behavior and those of their children, identify many of the characteristics associated with the oldest, next to the oldest, middle and youngest in the family and look at better ways to use the positive characteristics of each position in the family.
Agati is a trainer in the area of human relations and management. He has also taught courses at the college level, appeared on television and radio and created the audio series "Why Do Kids Do the Things They Do?" He has also authored several articles and an upcoming book, "Dealing with Beastly People."
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