According to a study from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, roughly two-thirds of CEOs report feeling lonely at the top. Not only do they need to make tough decisions about their organizations day in and day out, but they often do so in a vacuum, without input or even much pushback from others.
Peer advantage with Vistage can help you:
Vistage is an internationally-recognized organization dedicated to increasing the effectiveness and enhancing the lives of chief executives and business leaders worldwide. Founded in 1957, Vistage assembles and facilitates private advisory groups for CEOs, senior executives and business owners that meet together on a monthly basis.
A 2015 Dun & Bradstreet analysis revealed:
CEOs who joined Vistage over the past five years grew their companies at three times the rate of average U.S. companies. Vistage members get results.
An exclusive community of more than 21,000 business leaders across a broad array of industries in 16 countries, Vistage provides powerful networking opportunities and allows members to tap into different perspectives to solve difficult challenges, evaluate opportunities and develop effective strategies for better professional and business performance.
Vistage groups are facilitated by successful independent leaders – called Vistage Chairs – who provide valuable professional insight, executive coaching and corporate training based on their own extraordinary achievements.