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Tel: 310-256-2608

brian@ceomastery.net

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CEO

ROUNDTABLES

CEO Roundtables or “mastermind” groups are well-established and well-proven approaches to building success. There are thousands of business mastermind groups across the globe. Why? Because they work. 

 

DO YOU SOMETIMES THINK...

  • "I'm working way too many hours and not getting the results I want."

  • “I spend too much time fixing things that keep breaking.”

  • “I wish I had a stronger team that didn't need so much supervision.”

  • “I’d love to get advice from smart people who understand my challenges and can help me work through them.”

  • "I just wanted to build something.  I didn't know I'd be managing all these people!"

If so...

 

...get the support and advice you need by joining the online CEO Roundtable where your fellow members bring fresh perspectives and over 100 years of combined experience

What's In It for You:

Community, support and growth - a chance to improve your leadership effectiveness and grow your business faster and more profitably with less stress and less risk - while helping others do the same.

  • Establish a solid path to success

  • Overcome significant challenges

  • Take maximum advantage of opportunities

  • Install winning business practices

  • Receive expert coaching from an experienced CEO advisor

  • Maximize your own leadership abilities

  • Create the success you want and deserve

DETAILS

  • 2x/month, 90-minute online meetings with other non-competing company CEOs who are are eager to leverage the wisdom and experience of the group

F.A.Q.

HOW MANY PEOPLE IN THE GROUP and is there a size limit?

Each group is made up of at least six people, maxing out at 12 people.

 

ARE THERE COMPETING COMPANIES IN THE GROUP?

No, we clear all new members with existing members of the group.

 

WHERE ARE THE MEMBERS LOCATED?

We welcome members from all over the world.  

 

WHAT IS THE PRIMARY VALUE OF A CEO PEER GROUP?

CEOs have a lot of decisions to make. Some are made slowly and some are made in a vacuum without the benefit of advisors.  By being part of a peer group, CEOs make better decisions more quickly. Over time, faster and better decisions have a powerful impact on the company’s success.

 

WHAT’S ANOTHER VALUE OF THE GROUP?

Great CEOs are always learning. (They “sharpen the saw” as Stephen Covey advises in The Seven Habits of Highly Successful People.)  In a group, beyond having specific decisions addressed, members learn from all the issues others bring to the table most of which every member is dealing with or has dealt with to some extent.   

Also, members develop relationships with each other and communicate directly outside of the group meetings as needed.  It’s all part of having a capable and committed team of advisors and supporters.

 

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

The investment is $500/mo. 

 

IS THERE A CONTRACT?

There’s no contract but members can’t jump in and out of the group.  They’re either in or out.

 

WHAT HAPPENS IF I CAN’T ATTEND EVERY MEETING?

That’s pretty common. If a member can’t attend a meeting they are asked to send the group leader an email in advance.

 

WHO IS THE GROUP LEADER?

The meetings are facilitated by Brian Kinahan who is a CEO coach and trainer.  He is a certified facilitator who has been leading in-person CEO groups for 12 years and online groups for 3 years.   Previously Brian was a CEO for 10 years, a COO for 4 years and a business turnaround consultant for 5 years.

 

WHAT MAKES A GOOD MEMBER?

The best members are ambitious, hardworking, courageous and avid learners.  They must also be generous in the sense that they are asked to help other people and must find satisfaction in creating benefit for others.

 

DO YOU SCREEN PROSPECTIVE MEMBERS TO BE SURE THEY’RE A GOOD FIT?

Yes.  We do the best job we can to make sure that all members fit the profile and if necessary we remove people from a group if their presence is negative.  We also find that people who are not good in a group self select out because they don’t enjoy it of find value.