Running a business is tough. Running a successful business and having a personal life is even more challenging. Every day can be filled with un-resolved old problems, emerging new problems and the never-ending demand for your time. These challenges create a potential mountain of daily priorities that often distract (or even prevent) you from achieving your goals.

If you are investigating the value of being in a peer advisory group, here are a few things to consider.

  • Consider the value of having 8-12 successful executives focused on providing you objective and unfiltered feedback and the lessons they learned that you apply to your most strategic opportunities and challenges?
  • How much would it cost to get 8-12 experienced consultants who are knowledgeable about your business in the same room at the same time to help you reach your goals?
  • How would you use an ongoing relationship with other Top Executives who understand your business, professional and personal goals and are motivated to contribute to your success?

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Who do you (and as a result, your family and business) rely on to provide objective input, creative ideas, tested solutions, act as a sounding board and feedback to these continuous challenges? The circumstances where you might find yourself can be improved. Fortune 500 Companies address their evolving business challenges and opportunities with:

  • Executive Staff
  • More Money
  • Teams of Consultants
  • Board of Directors
  • Seminars and Conferences

Peer to peer forums are a viable alternative to what these Fortune 500 companies do and our Top Executive Peer Groups offer you:

  • Perspective – get an objective view of your opportunities
  • Learn from the experiences of others
  • Learn from the mistakes of others
  • Reduce the isolation at the top
  • Sharing your pain (your challenges)
  • Connect with your peers in a safe environment
  • Appreciate the value of a single good idea
  • Confirm/validate your ideas
  • Access to shared brainpower (brain trust)
  • Support for your goals
  • Accountability

If these reasons are what you desire, then a Peer Group is what you need. Fill out this form and we will contact you to see if there is a fit for you in one of our Executive Forums.

 

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Ask yourself how many of the following issues affect your business?

  • Financials
    • Does the management of rising costs continue to demand a disproportionate amount of your time?
    • Does your current cash flow impact the strategic direction you want to take your company?
  • Sales and Marketing
    • Does improving your sales processes and results prove challenging?
    • Does the lack of differentiation in your products and services hurt your sales and/or margins?
  • Organizational Effectiveness
    • Does your organization consistently take too long for new initiatives, products or processes to be implemented?
    • Does your organization have difficulty initiating or adopting changes?
  • People
    • Does finding, hiring, developing and keeping talented employees elude you?
    • Does the lack strong leaders and managers impact your ability to solve these problems?
  • Time
    • Does it feel like you have more to do than time it takes to do it?
    • Does your work contribution seem less strategic and much more tactical?
  • Culture
    • Does your organization rely on you to identify and deal with problems?
    • Does your company culture meet your expectations?
  • Personal
    • Does the cost of not solving these challenges impact your wellbeing?
    • Does the isolation of leadership weigh on you?

Like many business owners/leaders, you probably acknowledged that many of these issues are challenges you face today or have faced in the past. The good news is that you are not alone. Over 75% of all challenges Top Executives (CEOs, Presidents and Business Owners) face are common to all businesses. Our groups can help.

 

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