"Peer groups in general are so valuable. You're with 10-11 other successful CEOs on a consistent basis."

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Why join a CEO peer group?

"It's a great opportunity not only to be challenged, but to see and understand things that you may not have experienced yet, help prepare you in advance for the next stage of growth or challenges your company may go through, and most of all, to be part of a small group of people who really do understand what you go through day to day."

jim wicker, J.W. Logistics

Not enough time for a CEO peer group?

"I have realized the value I get out of stepping away... how re-energized I felt when I got back. I was able to take more action in the weeks following one of my group meetings than any other time. I'm taking the time to really think through solutions and I have a clear path ahead of me and can go back and share that with my organization."

jeanne martel, Clinicalmind

Steve Gallo

CEO, Pop Gourmet Foods

 You can't put a price tag on it. Every time I get together with this group I come out with nuggets that are 5 and 6 figures at least. I would say that being in a peer group and not being on an island as a CEO/President/Founder is critical, and having some kind of a sounding board is so beneficial.
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Geoff Hager

CEO, Big Elk Energy Systems

Inc. CEO group is really laser-focused on the business and the overall health and trajectory of the business. Having the benefit of an executive coach has been an incredible differentiator and wonderful impact on me personally and our business.
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Mike Schroeder

CEO, Roundstone Insurance

I don't want to be the smartest guy in the group ever and with these folks I don't have to worry about that at all. There were other groups that I looked at but they were all in my backyard; I really didn't want that. I wanted to get out beyond the Midwest. The Midwest has some wonderful strengths but you learn a lot from what other businesses are doing in other parts of the country or the world for that matter.