SAN DIEGO, February 11, 2014 –In January 2014, Brian Davis was recognized in San Diego as one of the top Vistage CEO Chairs in the country. He and 12 fellow Chairs received the Vistage Sustained Top Achievement Recognition (STAR) Award for having been ranked in the top 20 out of 435 Chairs on performance and group engagement for 12 consecutive months. This is the most difficult Vistage Chair award to achieve, and Davis is the first Chair in history to win the STAR Award in his second year of Chairing. He currently leads three of the 22 Minneapolis/St.Paul Vistage groups for CEOs, business owners, and key executives.
Brian Davis said, “As a Vistage Chair, I have discovered my true calling. I feel incredibly privileged to be able to leverage my business experience, my leadership expertise, and my PhD in organizational psychology to help increase the effectiveness and enhance the lives of CEOs and their people. But the real key to my ‘success’ is the talent, experience, and commitment of the CEOs, business owners, and executives in my three Vistage groups. I am humbled to accept this award on their behalf.”
Vistage Vice President of Operations Pete Sciabarra applauded his success, “Davis continues to set the bar for Vistage Chairs worldwide. He is one of the first to launch three new Vistage groups in his first year, won the Vistage Rookie of the Year award, and is the only Chair to ever win the STAR Award in his second year. Congratulations Brian, on the extraordinary value you provide the members of your Vistage groups.”
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