The Concept of a Peer-To-Peer Group in Business Is Not New
Since his business start-up ten years ago, Jerry has steady growth, with inputs from friends, family and vendors. However, the complexity of his larger business is challenging his capabilities and capacities. How can he continue to grow and remain comfortable while managing more complexity?
Jerry found, like thousands of growth driven CEO’s that utilizing the “Peer to Peer” concept of like-minded people in similar situations. Jerry’s “Peer to Peer” members enjoy challenging, supporting and holding each other accountable.
What is Jerry’s outcome? He experiences more clarity of thought, new insights, more confidence in decision making and the ability to continue to scale and grow profitably, ensuring his legacy.
It’s the age-old question: how can companies succeed and maintain that success long-term? In Howard Yu’s 2018 highly rated book, Leap: How to Thrive in a World Where Everyone Can be Copied, he strives to answer that question. He takes into consideration the ever-evolving world of business and technology. Yu argues that by incorporating reinvention […]
Lack of Trust and Elevation, the Blocker The discussion ensued within the Executive Peer Group; “Why am I not able to elevate faster and delegate better?” became the question of the group. To focus on higher priority opportunities, executives must elevate out of the daily grind and noise that is daily business. The question […]
As the CEO, you’re the face of the company. You lead a group of employees, negotiate deals with CEOs of other large businesses, manage the budget, and confidently stand in front of executives week after week in the conference room to present new strategies, but when it comes to conversing with staff at a holiday […]