Business leaders participating in profession peer to peer roundtables get results, make better decisions, and improve their leadership skills. Meeting regularly, perhaps once a month, in a trusted, highly confidential setting with your peers from diverse non-competing businesses is a proven way to achieve success. The group quickly becomes trusted advisors, enabling the discussion of market opportunities, issues, and business problems. Participants find solutions, share ideas and learn from the experience of their peers. CenterPoint staff have undergone intensive training from the Edward Lowe Foundation to become certified Peerspectives® roundtable facilitators.
Peerspectives® roundtables are typically comprised of 10 to 12 individuals from non-competing companies. The system follows a protocol that focuses on sharing experience which brings a consistency to the quality and timeliness of the topics and ensures a balanced discussion not dominated by any individual or issue. While the procedures sound strict at first they have been proven time and again to retain focus and help participants get to the guts of their issues to draw out effective solutions.
In addition to the monthly roundtable meeting, all participants will be eligible for a free one-on-one confidential consultation with the facilitator or another CenterPoint consultant every month.
Current Executive Professional Development Opportunity
Orland Park Chamber is bringing this type of opportunity to its members. Working with CenterPoint at Governors State University we will be starting a Peerspectives® roundtable. Peerspectives© is a nationally recognized peer-to-peer roundtable program licensed by the Edward Lowe Foundation with successful roundtables now operating in many states.