As CEO your number one job is making decisions.
Are you confident you’re making the right ones on a day to day basis?
With all the decisions, how do you make time for strategic thinking & work?
Do you have BIG opportunities and want to be sure you make the right decisions around them?
Are you putting off decisions because they are hard to make?
If you would benefit from a way to get out of the decision-making vortex and into a way of leading that truly leverages you and your organization’s strengths, – join us!
Let’s tackle these questions:
Where do you best place your focus when making critical decisions?
(Pros and cons only get you so far…)
How do you make big decisions when there is alot at stake?
Is there a tried and true framework or guide?
How can making better faster decisions lighten up operational challenges?
Join us for this Roundtable designed just for you.
“I got tremendous value from the Roundtable discussion. Over the next month I implemented strategies we discussed and saw immediate noticeable improvements. Thank you!”
– Adrienne Cole, CEO, Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce
A deeper discussion includes:
How to get to the root of good decision making for you.
What are the few critical decisions can give you volumes of time back?
Explore why we delay decisions, its costs and benefits.
- Discover what you are tolerating in current decision- making and what you are ready to let go of.
Learn from other CEO’s experience. We are truly in this together!
Register Now. Seats are limited to 8 CEOs to enable a deep closed door discussion.
“Teri got me to focus on ambitious goals for the organization and a vision for what North Carolina can become. She helped me connect the vision to the specific nuts and bolts of how to achieve it – fundraising, management and staff structure, board development – so that the vision isn’t just a concept. We are poised to have a banner year in revenue generation, land conservation and community engagement with environmental stewardship.”
– Reid Wilson, Former Executive Director Conservation Trust for North Carolina