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Peer Advisory Councils

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Peer Advisory Councils

Experienced executives leveraging their expertise and insights to achieve results. 

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ArtScience Group provides confidential Peer Advisory Councils (PACs) where information is exchanged and insights gained that readily translate into business solutions.  Participants leverage the experience of trusted advisors and peers to navigate the complexities of leading and growing organizations. All meetings are lead by a strategic facilitator, that tailors agendas to participants current needs and helps participants prepare in advance of each meeting... because your time is valuable. 

Gain Practical Insights

Executives of non-competing companies serve as an informal outside board of advisors, with no hidden agendas and conflicts of interest, with whom you can openly discuss sensitive issues and get a clear professional view.

Overcome Organizational Inertia

A chance to meet the challenges of growing a business with the counsel of experienced leaders that provide accountability for those times when you need someone to hold your feet to the fire.

Make Better Decisions

A diversity of perspectives and experiences from trusted peers that help you identify and evaluate alternatives for solving business challenges, leading to better decisions. A steering committee to provide valuable insights when charting unknown waters.

Save Time

Hearing the challenges that other accomplished executives experienced in scaling their companies and the lessons learned, helps you prepare for what’s around the corner saving you both time and resources.   

Raise The Bar

Sometimes you have to be around others who have higher standards to reach your highest personal and professional potential.  Being in a group of continuous learners sharing valuable insights, providing intellectually challenging input, and holding you accountable for your actions helps you to raise your game and be the best you can be.

Expand Your Trusted Network

Expand your network with diverse, successful business leaders, and gain valuable knowledge of cross-industry best practices.


ArtScience Group PACs are for those who can benefit from a confidential setting with peers to get a diversity of perspectives for identifying and evaluating alternatives for solving business challenges. The PAC consists of CEOs from non-competing companies with a focus on successfully growing their companies.

Those who are invited to participate in ArtScience Group PACs are continuous learners who are open to learning and sharing with peers of non-competing industries.

MEMBERSHIP

ArtScience Group PACs are for executives who are not only passionate about growing their companies but also becoming great leaders. Members are smart, continuous learners who are open to sharing and collaborating with others.

HOW IT WORKS

Annual Membership includes quarterly full day in-depth forum meetings curated and run by an expert strategic facilitator, as well as follow-up conference calls and one-on-one sessions with the facilitator.

EACH AGENDA INCLUDES:

Member challenges – At each meeting, using a format that is provided by ArtScience Group, Members present a challenge they are facing in growing their companies. Sufficient time is allotted for deep discussions on the challenges and members receive direct, honest guidance and feedback from their peers that is immediately applicable to their challenge.

Follow-Up Actions & Accountability – Every meeting provides an opportunity for members to report back on the successes and challenges with follow-up actions taken since the last meeting with the goal of helping each other achieve desired outcomes.

Best Practice Topics – Members are asked to identify and prioritize best practice topics they would like to discuss at each meeting. Members share information from personal experiences on what worked well and what did not. Additional materials are frequently provided to supplement the discussions.

Subject Matter Experts –  Depending on the interests of forum members, guests may be invited to meetings at times to further enrich discussions on a specific topic of interest.


 Topics discussed include, but not limited to:

  • Customer Acquisition Strategies

  • Board Optimization

  • Management Compensation Incentives

  • Investing in Next Generation Products

  • Reducing Sales Cycles

  • Growth Planning

  • Cash Flow Management

  • Sales Force Skill Building

  • Strategic Investors

Many ventures fail not from an inability to attract customers, but from failure to evolve their company and themselves as a leader.