San Diego, January 20, 2016— Vistage Chair Mark Ellsworth has announced the formation of the newest chief executive group for business owners and CEOs in Omaha, NE. As one of more than 800 Vistage Chairs, Ellsworth will help his group members get results using a proprietary issue processing method to tackle their most challenging business questions. More than 28,000 executives, business owners and CEOs around the world rely on local area groups to get the most out of their businesses.
Vistage Regional Executive Dave Bartel applauded his success: “Mark has been an accountant his entire business career. He shatters the mental image many of us may have for accountants! His caring and concern coupled with his ability to listen and ask great questions is just some of his strengths. My first conversation with Mark about becoming a Chair I could sense a deep commitment to wanting to give back. Omaha has another valuable asset to support the community and the other Chairs. Congratulations Mark and welcome to Vistage and the journey in front of you!”
Mark Ellsworth is an Accredited Mindshop Facilitator, and founding member of Mark J. Ellsworth PLC; a practice that assists family/closely held businesses in strategy for growth and increased profit. He is also Director and Audit Committee Chair for The IMT Group, where he utilizes his strategy and change management acumen to oversee conflict resolution and develop strategy. Mark is a CPA, and a graduate of Nettleton Business College.
About Vistage Worldwide, Inc.
Vistage is the world’s largest CEO coaching and peer advisory organization for small and midsize businesses. For more than 60 years, we’ve been helping CEOs, business owners and key executives solve their greatest challenges through confidential peer groups and one-to-one executive coaching sessions. Today, more than 28,000 members in 26 countries rely on Vistage to help make better decisions for their companies, families and communities. The results prove it: Vistage CEO members grew their annual revenue on average by 4.6% in 2020, while nonmembers with comparable small and midsize businesses saw revenue decrease by 4.7%, according to a study of Dun & Bradstreet data. Learn more at vistage.com.
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