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It’s lonely at the top. As the leader of a growing second-stage company, there are some issues you simply can’t share with your staff. Issues that only you can deal with. If you’ve ever felt this isolation, you’re not alone.
Imagine having valuable feedback and experience from other business leaders who have experience dealing with the same tough problems you’re facing right now. This is why many CEOs participate in executive roundtables. The CEO Nexus Roundtable is uniquely designed for the decision making challenges facing second-stage CEOs like you.
For a few hours each month, you’ll participate in a problem solving roundtable with 10 to 15 highly qualified, non-competing CEOs, along with a professional facilitator who leads a structured program geared specifically to help you grow your company and maximize its value.
CEO Nexus offers a suite of three related and reinforcing services designed specifically for second-stage companies: CEO Roundtables, CEO Forums, and the CEO Referral Network. Based on the principles of peer learning, these resources are further focused to address the particular challenges entrepreneurs face as leaders and final decision-makers.
CEO Roundtables – Our roundtable process, created by the Edward Lowe Foundation, consists of professionally facilitated monthly problem-solving meetings of 10 to 15 qualified, non-competing, second-stage CEOs.
CEO Forums – Our forums offers second-stage CEOs access to the counsel and experience of select third and fourth-stage CEOs.
CEO Referral Network – Our referral network provides CEO participants with virtual access to a broader set of their peers, mentors and subject experts as challenges arise between regularly scheduled roundtable sessions.
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CEO Nexus RoundtableA feature critical to the success of CEO participants is the “CEO-centric” nature of the services. These services are dedicated to supporting second-stage CEOs in growing their companies. Mentors, subject experts, professional services firms and other contributors are selected not only for their expertise but also for their commitment to serving second-stage companies. Respect for the CEO-driven nature of this environment is essential and required.