Members are able to bring their greatest professional or personal challenges to the table to receive direct, constructive, actionable feedback. Their peer group, composed of experienced business leaders who understand the complexities and challenges of leading are able to share their diverse perspectives.
By capitalizing on the powerful Collective Intelligence of a proven group of leaders, members are able to make better decisions, clarify their visions, face challenges with confidence, and take full advantage of untold opportunities during their journey with Executive Forums. Together our members design the life they want to have.
Founded in the USA 30 years ago, and now with a flourishing global presence composed exclusively of CEOs, presidents, founders, and industry leaders from varied backgrounds, we provide a platform that propels members forward. Each executive forum brings together these powerful minds to form Peer Advisory Boards, of 12 to 15 members that do not compete with each other, but instead cheer for each other's success.
These groups meet monthly with a clear objective: to harness the group's Collective Intelligence to drive better strategic decisions, consult each other on how to face new and evolving challenges head-on, and embark on new experiences of growth and learning. In an environment of absolute confidentiality, the time you invest in your meetings will always prove valuable as you leave feeling more empowered, informed, and supported than you did before. Guided by a Forum Leader that meticulously follows REF’s exclusive methodology, each meeting is a journey from which you will emerge changed for the better.
Meetings are tailored to each group’s composition and needs.
The Forum’s structure is divided into 3 segments.
In the first segment, called the Educational Component, a guest expert discusses a relevant topic of interest to the group. In the second segment, called the Round Table, we open up a space for reflection and planning. Finally, in the third segment, called the Case, one or two members present their major challenges so the other group members can advise them on what they would do in their situation (shoes/place).