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Join PeerVisors

As a leader of an organization you may wonder where to turn for help. It’s not always appropriate to take certain issues to family members, boards or even a business adviser. By being part of a PeerVisors roundtable, you can rely on your peers, whom are either currently “living it” or have already “been there, done that.”

Our program was originally designed with the leader of a second-stage company in mind. Over the years, we’ve found it works for many professionals who find themselves in a position of leadership and possess final decision-making authority. These leaders, regardless of their position or business focus, often encounter decisions they have never faced before.

These tough decisions involve various stakeholders, including:

  • Business associates
  • Family members
  • Employees

Issues may revolve around such topics as:

  • Company culture
  • Personnel decisions
  • Customers
  • Direction of the organization
  • Marketing
  • Product development
  • Succession planning
  • Finances

Anyone leading a business knows that each day presents unique challenges–particularly to the stage of growth the company is in. As business owners participate in PeerVisors roundtables, they will find tremendous value in learning from the experiences of their peers. When they walk away from a session, they do so with a sense of clarity and ownership, knowing they made the best decision on how to deal with their issues.

One way to determine if our program is right for you is to take 5 minutes to complete the following confidential survey by clicking here.

“My roundtable has helped me to develop a new mindset focused on challenges, possibilities and problem-solving”

"We’re doing a better, faster job for our clients, & in terms of profitability, both my company and our clients are in better shape than ever"

“Fabulous opportunity to get out of the vacuum…an opportunity to have honest dialogue about my business”

“There have been many ‘aha’ moments when I can see why a problem exists for someone else and how it might exist in my business”

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