San Diego, CA (July 13, 2021) – Vistage Chair Jay Holstine recently launched a new chief executive group in the Dallas/Plano, TX 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.
Holstine said, “I look forward to helping guide CEOs to become a better version of themselves professionally and personally, and to bring that progress into making their companies more successful.”
Having served as the CEO of several software companies and as a plant manager, Holstine understands the unique challenges CEOs face. He founded a process management software company that grew to have 60 Fortune 500 customers and successfully sold it to a private equity firm after 12 years. A deep experience in operations, along with a foundation in consulting and years of growing companies, are what enable Holstine to coach management teams on successful business scaling. Holstine received his bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from University of Kansas.
About Vistage Worldwide, Inc.
Vistage is the world’s largest CEO coaching and peer advisory organization for small and midsize businesses. For more than 65 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 45,000 members in 35 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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