Is economic uncertainty changing the way you do business? How will you operate your company under these tenuous circumstances, and how will you grow your business for the future?
You’re not alone. All chief executives confront these issues at some point in their careers. What if you had access to a CEO-level peer group that helps you navigate through the challenges you are facing?
Vistage International, the world’s leading chief executive organization, is forming a new peer-based “board of advisors” in Manhattan and we invite CEOs to attend an upcoming meeting on April 21 at The Harvard Club.
Vistage offers a unique combination of resources for accelerating your business performance:
- an “advisory board” of peers from other industries who help resolve members’ toughest issues
- a carefully selected and trained “coach” who helps identify your real challenges and holds you accountable for action plans
- an unmatched bureau of subject-matter experts who lead implementation-oriented workshops
- access to a worldwide membership network of more than 14,500 business leaders in 16 countries
- excellent growth opportunities; Vistage members average almost three times the annual revenue growth rate after joining
Register now to find out if you qualify for this new CEO peer group forming in Manhattan.
Vistage International is the world’s leading chief executive organization in 16 countries with nearly 14,500 members. Vistage members generate nearly $300 billion in annual revenue and have more than 2.1 million employees around the world. Vistage is dedicated to increasing the effectiveness and enhancing the lives of chief executives. Member companies are better run and grow their revenues, on average, at twice the percentage growth rate after joining Vistage.
“My company has grown almost 400% since joining Vistage. It was the best business decision I ever made. My only regret: I didn’t do it sooner.”
Laura Herring, President & CEO
“Vistage is what you’d like a board to be. You can talk frankly and openly about your business to a group of people who understand it, who will give you unbiased feedback and hold you accountable in ways that boards should, but often don’t.”
Paul Brient, CEO