Are you a business owner, CEO, or executive who runs a company?
Are you a leader who believes in constant learning and growing?
If you’re the latter or even wish to be one, then a peer advisory group is your stepping stone to greatness, professionally and personally.
Because good leadership is about finding the right sources to learn from, and peer advisory groups are such a platform.
Like you, plenty of CEOs are constantly on their feet, scouring for ways to enhance themselves and their businesses. But as they say, it can get lonely at the top. You might have care, support and assistance, but eventually, you have to take the final call.
So, what if there’s a way to make this journey less lonely?
Imagine if great thinkers, innovators and change-makers like you come together to guide, motivate and inspire each other.
Learning and growing together — wouldn’t that be awesome?
That is precisely the essence of peer advisory groups.
It’s an exclusive, safe, growth-oriented and collaborative platform where non-competitive business owners, leaders, CEOs and executives come together to:
The first step toward choosing this path is a self-check. As a leader, you would know your skills and vision well, and all you have to do is identify whether you’re:
Now that your values align with peer advisory groups, it’s time to take a step further and understand your “Why?”
Since you’re developing a valuable online presence, peer advisory groups give you a chance to take these discussions from your own workspace. This enhances the solidarity and adds value to the camaraderie. It’s not just a space to network but a community to nurture and sustain.
If you’ve been in business for a while, you would know that just professional skills don’t make leaders. It’s the beliefs, values and the vision too. Peer advisory groups are meant for those who have had priceless experiences that can benefit others.
Jack Welch, the former Chairman and CEO of General Motors, said, “Before you are a leader, success is all about growing yourself. When you become a leader, success is all about growing others.”
If you’re a leader, we already think you’re awesome. It is the bravest role one can play, and peer groups make it smoother for you.
Bill Gates introduced a policy in Microsoft where one employee would be temporarily transferred to a different department. At times, this yielded exceptional results because this employee brought different yet insightful perspectives to the table.
Working alone makes us wired to follow a specific habit and belief. A peer advisory group offers a table where leaders can devour different perspectives and ask for the recipe too.
Everyone, including you, is a coach in a peer advisory group. And why don’t coaches play? Because they’re experts and their objective view helps to build a winning strategy.
A bird’s view spots mistakes, strengths and weaknesses much faster and more precise than those dealing with the situation.
Peer advisory groups give you exactly what you need; advice, suggestions, or just a third person who asks you the right questions.
Once you know what you’re doing and what you want to change, it can be challenging to do it consistently (we’re all human). Peer advisory groups are a blessing for this.
Regular in-person meetings ensure utmost accountability, whether small habits or life-changing practices.
Peer advisory groups are exclusive and facilitated by qualified professionals for premium-quality functioning. The resources shared with you result from priceless research and observations of world-class leaders.
The high-end summits and events with global leaders prove that peer advisory groups to learning are like Marlon Brando to Godfather, irreplaceable.
Finding a peer advisory group is like making a custom-made suit; it should tailor to your needs.
Look out for:
At Twelve Mavens, the membership entails live Q&A events with leading industry experts, in-depth and learning-focused courses on transformational leadership, free subscriptions to apps that can boost your business journey and many more benefits.
In a peer advisory group, your ideas can change someone’s beliefs, business and the future.
All you need to remember is:
And like every other leader, you know the best time to start is now.
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