Thursday, July 30, 2020

Peer Roundtables: What Do CEOs Get Out of Them?

We regularly check in with roundtable and forum members, asking how satisfied they are with their group, getting feedback on programs, and more. All responses are anonymous.

One of the most telling questions we ask is: “What two things about your Roundtable or Forum experience are most valuable or meaningful to you?” In essence, what are you getting out of the experience?

Here are just a few of the responses from the VA Council of CEOs 2020 Member Survey.

RESPONSE TO QUESTION: “What two things about your Roundtable or Forum experience are most valuable or meaningful to you?”

  • “The spirit of acceptance and encouragement”
  • “The spirit of camaraderie”
  • “The emotional vulnerability and candor of all at the table”
  • “Peer learning with a group of people who ‘get it'”
  • “I have also gained ideas to make me a better leader”
  • “Learning from other’s successes & mistakes”
  • “Understanding trends happening in all types of business- not just my industry”

To sum, these CEOs of a small and mid-sized businesses have found that a group of peers – one that meets regularly and follows a strict code of conduct and confidentiality, has been a worthwhile experience that has made a positive impact on their business.

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