Peer Group Forums
In a Peer Group Forum, sometimes referred to as a CEO Roundtable or Peer Advisory Council, peers give you feedback, help you brainstorm possibilities and solutions, and set up accountability structures that keep you focused and on track. You become part of a community of supportive colleagues who are stronger and more effective collectively than separately.
Our groups are made of successful leaders just like you who want to Learn, Grow and Share together. (This is the Renaissance Executive Forums motto.) There is a fee to be involved in our forums, but the biggest investment is a regular commitment of your time. We carefully screen candidates to make sure there is a fit with each group, to match the needs of the member with the experience level of the group.
About Peer Group Fourms
Each group is made of 8 – 12 other Business Owners, CEO’s – the primary decision maker from non-competing companies. Our forums meet once a month here in the Silicon Valley area. In addition to the monthly forum, there are one-on-one executive coaching and personal development sessions designed to help you get the most value out of your group.
Our private monthly meetings are process structured and professionally facilitated to provide a catalyst for change, relevant and challenging insights, support and direction, motivation and accountability. They are a radical departure from networking or other industry groups because we are dedicated to personally investing in you as a leader and helping you get tangible results in your professional and personal life. We also keep it fun because winning is always fun!
Benefits of Peer Group Fourms
- Get confidential, trusted advice from a group of your peers in a safe environment
- Drive personal and professional growth through forward thinking and fresh perspectives
- Get feedback on tough issues to enable better decision making
- Experience an opportunity to build deep and lasting relationships
- Make smarter decisions that lead to improved company financial and operational performance
Individuals gain valuable insights about their individual characteristics and how to use them most effectively.
Group members have the opportunity to share questions, updates, and issues and get feedback and fresh ideas from their fellow Executive Forum members.