It’s like having your own, personal board of directors
Become the best CEO you can be by getting insights, support, and trusted advice from people who are walking the path you’re on.
Maybe there’s an opportunity in front of you that could change your business and your life. Or maybe you’re under pressure to make a tough call, and it’s keeping you up at night. Who truly understands what you’re going through? And who can you ask for guidance?
Tap into the wisdom of your peers
The group is your place to bounce ideas off people who’ve been there. Get help working through that new idea you’re about to pitch to your business partners, or how to make that tough decision. Gain insight on how to capitalize on opportunities that come your way, access to practical learnings grounded in research, and much-needed camaraderie.
How this works
The peer mentoring program has four key elements.
Members bring their business and personal challenges to share with the group. Applying a structured methodology, the group digs into the heart of the issue and gives their input and guidance.
The group chooses topics it wants to learn more about, and the content is delivered by the mentor, outside subject matter experts, or individual members.
By setting goals and sharing progress at meetings, members hold each other accountable. Accountability partners keep members focused and connected between meetings.
Over three days, members take time for reflection, learning and bonding. They dive deeply into business and personal understanding, from crafting a long term vision to doing a personal SWOT.
How we meet
We host in-person peer mentoring groups in Vancouver, B.C., and are now forming groups in the San Francisco Bay area. While we wait out COVID-19, the groups occasionally meet in person (safely), and connect regularly online.
We’re now introducing all-virtual groups, enabling CEOs and presidents to access the guidance and support they need from anywhere in North America.Get in touch
A word from our clients
I value the emphasis on the whole self, in tandem with the business learning I gain from everyone.
Compared to when I started, I now come across patterns in my business, and I can make decisions more efficiently. Also I now reach out to get support. That means I’m confident in my ability to find an answer to any problem.
What keeps me up at night is worrying about what I don’t know, what people won’t tell me, and what I can’t figure out for myself.