Former UNC Basketball Coach and Vistage Chair Matt Doherty launches new executive coaching group for chief executives in Charlotte, North Carolina

San Diego, CA (May 12, 2021) – Vistage Chair Matt Doherty recently launched a new chief executive group in the Charlotte market. Founded in 1957, Vistage brings together exclusive groups of high-performing CEOs through a proven leadership experience that delivers results both personally and professionally. When leaders come together in their confidential monthly Vistage private advisory board meetings, they gain the perspective, clarity and support to help them become better leaders and accelerate their company’s growth. More than 45,000 Vistage members worldwide have access to expert speakers, personalized coaching sessions and international networking.

Doherty said, “These high-performing CEOs are committed to becoming more effective leaders and growing their businesses. I look forward to guiding them on this journey to gain fresh perspectives and help them solve complex issues.”

Doherty played and coached basketball at the University of North Carolina. He was also a head basketball coach at Notre Dame, Florida Atlantic University and Southern Methodist University, Indiana Pacers and the Atlantic 10 Conference. He is a bestselling author, keynote corporate speaker and has been an ESPN analyst. He studied leadership at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business and The Wharton School of Business.

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