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Your personal CEO network in Colorado.

Hosted in Denver Thursday, March 29, 2018 7:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. UTC+0

Better decisions. Better outcomes.

How often do you have the opportunity to sit around the table with your business peers – people who have been in your shoes and who have critical feedback and perspective to share?

Vistage peer advisory groups are purpose-built solely to help members improve the performance and outcomes of their businesses. They are often the only place CEOs and business owners have to turn for confidential, agenda-free advice.

Join us for an exclusive breakfast event to experience first-hand how a peer advisory group can help you make better decisions and achieve faster business growth. You’ll be sitting around the table with select business leaders from around the greater Denver area, but this is not a networking event. This is a working session where we’ll tackle real business issues using our proprietary issue processing formula, to tap into the knowledge of the room generating new perspectives, ideas and solutions.

There is no cost to attend, but seating is limited and exclusively for CEOs, owners and executives with a minimum of $1MM in annual revenue.

Register below to see if you qualify.

Event Speakers

Dr. Gustavo Grodnitzky

Culture Trumps Everything
Within the field of psychology, we know that context is a better predictor and controller of behavior than individual attributes – and inside an organization, this “context” is what we also refer to as “corporate culture.” If employees within an organization are goal-oriented, team-focused, and driven by performance, it’s because the culture demands it. Conversely, if an organization has employees that don’t care about goals, don’t care about teams, and don’t care about performance, it’s because the culture allows that, as well. In this highly interactive presentation, Dr. Gustavo discusses organizational culture and how to create a culture of success. You'll walk away with the tools to strategically and tactically implement "culture factors" as well as maximize employee performance in your organization.