Larry R. Hart
Strategic Guidance for Today’s Top Leaders

About Peer Advisory

Vistage has distinguished itself for its proven ability to help great leaders set new standards of professional excellence through its Peer Advisory Groups. Executives the world-over have praised their Vistage Peer Advisory experience, credited for helping them to meet previously unreachable goals.

Peer Advisory Groups consist of a roundtable of similarly qualified professionals, who come together to share experiences, exchange ideas, problem solve and collaborate. It is a forum that encourages learning, growth, and exploration of every day professional challenges.

Through honest dialogue, participants in Peer Advisory Groups achieve a high level of trust and a greater understanding of themselves and one another. Their listening, communication, and execution skills improve, carrying over to positively impact their everyday executive performance.

What are the Benefits of Peer Advisory?

  • Receive advice from a group of professionals rather than trying to “go it alone”
  • Work through your concerns with others who have walked in your shoes 
  • Leverage the expertise of others without competing
  • Be challenged by others whose only agenda is success
  • Share your ideas and enjoy the satisfaction that comes from influencing other professionals
  • Debate solutions in a non-threatening environment
  • Find strength in a community of like-minds
  • Discuss topics led by a Chair who can ensure fairness and accountability
  • Grow from the exposure to a diverse range of professional experiences

What Peer Advisory is Not…

Participation in a Vistage Peer Advisory Group is an opportunity in which to develop professionally. Here is a brief list of what Peer Advisory is NOT:

  • A forum to exclusively network or sell your products
  • A classroom-style setting where participation is passive
  • An environment for someone who has all the answers already
  • An arena for those unwilling to receive constructive criticism
  • An activity for anyone concerned about the costs of such a program

Ultimately, the decision to join a Peer Advisory Group is a commitment to bring out the best in yourself by drawing on the strengths of others. If the opportunity to engage with a room full of talented individuals with unique skills fits into your action plan for professional development, consider becoming a member in one of Larry’s Vistage groups today. 

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