What Happens Inside a Vistage Peer Advisory Group Meeting
Take 5 minutes to see how (and why) the process works.
At the very heart of the Vistage experience is the confidential peer advisory group. Once a month, CEOs and business owners meet with a 12-16 peers from non-competing companies.
Each meeting is led by a Vistage Chair, an accomplished business leader who serves as an executive mentor and facilitates the discussion. In this meeting, group members tackle their biggest challenges and opportunities, vet ideas, test assumptions and uncover their blind spots. Essentially, they help one another make better decisions that lead to better results.
The Chair uses Vistage’s proprietary process to keep the conversation focused and productive, ultimately holding each member accountable for their best next step forward.
At Vistage, we have cracked the code on how leaders learn. In 2020, Vistage CEO members grew their annual revenue on average by 4.6%, while nonmembers with comparable small and midsize businesses saw revenue decrease by 4.7% according to an analysis of Dun & Bradstreet data. How does it work? Through our 60 years of experience studying and collaborating with over 100,000 CEOs: we know CEOs. Interested in learning more about joining over 27,000 fellow executives as a Vistage member? Explore membership here.
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