CEO Roundtable Seminars
CEO Roundtable sponsors 4 to 5 seminars and workshops per year. These sessions are generally free or at nominal charge and are geared toward CEO Roundtable members. However, we save a limited number of seats for non-members who wish to attend.
Here are some seminars we hosted recently to give you an idea of the high quality, highly relevant topics we offer for today’s business leaders.
- Are You Running Your Business, or Is It Running You? – Register Now
- About the Board of Directors – View Slideshow from Event
- Business Valuation Tricks of the Trade – View Slideshow from Event
- How Customers Buy… And Why They Don’t by author Martyn Lewis – Review of Book
- Rx for Hiring Pain by Suzanne Paling and Kathleen Teehan
- Preparing for Exit by Brad Yount, David Friedman, Bruce Buckland
- Developing and Managing a Board by Dr. Elaine Eisenman
- Building a Performance Driven Culture by Dan Gauthier
- Get Big Things Done with Saj-nicole Joni
CEO Roundtable also sponsors an Annual Members Retreat that focuses on how the Arts and Humanities can help us increase innovation in our companies and enrich the quality of our lives.
Contact us today about membership in CEO Roundtable.
2019 Annual Member Retreat
“Becoming the Inspirational Leader”
CEO Roundtable Retreat: Thursday Jan 24, 10 am to Friday Jan 25, noon
Amy Goldfarb combines clinical psychology with her improv background to help executives become more aware and more effective. She helps build personal power through an understanding of emotional intelligence. By employing techniques from the acting world, she enhances the ability to build the honest high-trust relationships necessary for teams to get far better results.
Amy helps leaders become more “people-smart”; leading to greater flexibility in leadership style, making them better managers for all types of people. Her program is fun, active and engaging and the results are immediate, tangible and last a lifetime.
Scott and I met 20 years ago on a ropes course, and have looked for opportunities to work together ever since. We are designing a dynamic, active, and compelling workshop focusing on the following aspects of leadership:
· Creating psychological safety in your interactions
· Using the power of your personal presence to inspire
· Understanding why working teams fail
· Practicing the skills of effective teamwork using Lencioni’s model
· Reflecting on the values that shape your leadership
· Expressing your leadership values in a compelling and inspiring way
· Becoming keener process observers (Tuning into the meta-channel)
Chatham Bars Inn: One of New England’s premier summer resorts is even more special in the winter. Warm fires, panoramic views and feather duvets make this a great place for productive days and relaxed evenings.
CEO Roundtable is made up of private, peer advisory groups of 8 to 12 members from non-competing companies. These peer groups provide a forum for invigorating exchanges of information, ideas, and insights.