Everybody is Counting on You
We help you achieve more by focusing on the highest economic activities, using a proven framework for success. The CEO Project helps accomplished CEOs drive growth, and improve outcomes. Sure, it is our seasoned Advisors, all former CEOs, but we also curate a group of other high-performing CEOs to vet your critical business decisions. It’s tough love, but it does come from the heart as we become invested emotionally in the mutual success of the group.
CEO Peer Groups for High-Performing CEOs: Results
Our CEOs stay members for an average of over five years with financial performance 2 to 3X their peers and the reason they leave is a successful financial exit.
If you want to affiliate with a top-notch CEO group that will help ensure and maximize your success, we should talk.
Proven CEO Peer Group Framework
High Caliber Peers
We thoughtfully assemble non-competitive CEOs of similar size, caliber and similar challenges. Everyone is accomplished, humble, and willing to share and improve each other’s thinking and fast-cycle personal development.
Our advisors are current or former CEOs with success across a range of industries. They’ve faced similar challenges, know the burden of making tough decisions, and have helped hundreds of CEOs grow from good to great.
We hold Members accountable for improved performance using a quarterly scorecard. And we dig deep on the most critical issues in your business, every single meeting using the methods from our best selling book on CEO effectiveness.
Typical CEO Problems We Address
We have helped members overcome myriad real-world challenges leveraging cross-industry experience, proven methods, and collaboration. Watch one of these quick videos to learn more.
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Conflict and Innovation in the Workplace
In this Episode of Conflict & Innovation in the Workplace Karin Hurt, CEO of Let’s Grow Leaders, shares critical incites about both conflict and innovation in the workplace. How to create a culture of innovation. Definition of micro innovators, customer advocates,...
Not Everyone Should Report to the CEO
Who Should Work for the CEO? You might think the answer is obvious, but it isn't. In the early days of starting your business, everyone reports to you. It's just the nature of a small business. But that changes as you begin to grow and scale up your infrastructure. As...
Owners and CEOs Wear Two Different Hats
There is a journey from in the business to on the business to owning the business. As a business founder, you'll find yourself wearing two different hats: the CEO and the owner. It's easy to make the mistake that the two hats are interchangeable and are the same....