CEO Peer Groups

for high-performing CEOs

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Everybody is Counting on You

It has been said that your outcome is determined by the people you spend the most time with.  We curate CEO groups comprised of high-performing CEOs, many in the Inc. 500 / 5000 and recognized as E&Y Entrepreneurs of the Year.  They are learners and have ego and strength, but the humility to want others on the journey with them to improve their outcomes.  What’s more, they are all quality people that you’ll enjoy spending time with – we make sure by a thorough interview process and by selecting CEO peer groups or business advisory group that is perfect for you.  It’s critical because the Members are a big part of your experience.

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

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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

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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.

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Experienced Advisors

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.

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Robust Approach

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.

Building a Compelling Value Proposition
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Building An Option Plan
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Making a Critical Hire
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Improve Performance of Your Executive Team
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Finding Success at Work & Home
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Processes Not Keeping Up With Growth
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Build a Bonus Plan That Works
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Acquisition as a Process, Not a Hobby
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3 Signs You Have a Talent Problem
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Become a Delegate Master
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6 Types of Power

6 Types of Power

In this episode of The Lazy CEO Podcast, Jim Schleckser, Chief Executive Officer at The CEO Project, talks about utilizing forms of power in leadership. He explains the three types of formal power and informal power and discusses how to use each power form in a business environment.

The Gen Z Workforce

The Gen Z Workforce

Tune in to this episode of The Lazy CEO Podcast as Jim Schleckser, Chief Executive Officer at The CEO Project, talks about coaching Gen Z employees to excel in the workforce. Jim shares Gen Z’s characteristics and workplace demands, how to attract and retain these employees, and this group’s strengths and weaknesses.

Mike Derheim

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“What drew me to The CEO Project is they work with high-growth, high velocity, ever-changing companies. I get value out of hearing what I am not thinking about…other experiences, but with similar problems.”

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