FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Monday, March 2, 2020
Executive Peer Groups Adding New CEO Members Before March Launch in Conejo Valley and Ventura County
Los Angeles, CA (March 2, 2020) – Starting this month, executives from diverse industries will come together for a small group, professionally facilitated peer-to-peer discussions designed to increase collaboration and encourage business growth and innovation. Spots are still available for CEOs to join two new Black Diamond Leadership Executive Peer Groups in the Conejo Valley and Ventura County launching this March.
Executives from diverse industries face similar leadership, management, and business challenges. Overcoming them together produces game-changing results. Black Diamond Leadership’s Executive Peer Groups program helps leaders solve their most complex business challenges through collaboration. Peer groups are made up of 10-16 non-competitive industry executives and meet monthly, serving as an alternative to corporate boards of directors by providing the confidential opportunity for peer-based feedback.
Each peer group engages with topical guest speakers and utilizes professionally facilitated meeting time to build more robust professional networks, share best practices, and identify obstacles to business growth and success. Participants access the knowledge and insight of their peers and the opportunity to meet and support executives within their local community.
WHAT: Black Diamond Leadership Executive Peer Group Launch
WHEN: Tuesday, March 24, 8 – 11 AM PDT
WHERE: California Lutheran University – Hub101, 31416 Agoura Rd., #105, Westlake Village, CA
WHO: CEOs and executive leaders from Conejo Valley and Ventura County businesses
Black Diamond Leadership helps organizations and teams achieve peak performance with high-performance leadership and growth in critical areas, including communication, teamwork, employee engagement, and organizational structure. Founder and CEO Robert S. Grossman is one of eighteen consultants in North America certified by the Fearless Organization to implement the program’s leadership assessment tools, provide interventions, and build psychologically safe teams.