Wednesday, January 28, 2009

"Motorvationally Speaking": View from the Top

Where does a lonely executive turn for advice, accountability and understanding?

Who does he or she get to bounce ideas off of in a forum that offers both challenge and confidentiality?

In this tough economy, CEOs aren’t looking for a quick fix. Faced with circumstances they’ve never seen before, a growing number are seeking ongoing help from other executives and experts to figure out what to do and how to help each other weather the economic storm.

One of the world's most respected CEO peer groups is The Executive Committee (TEC), with more than 15,000 members in 16 different countries. Founded in 1957 by a Wisconsin businessman, members meet in small groups every month under the same guiding principles — to help one another make better decisions, achieve better results for their businesses, and enhance their lives.

Today we have the chair of TEC 390 in New Brunswick, Mike Mallory, stopping by for a chat on this edition of "Motorvationally Speaking"

"Don't join an easy crowd. You won't grow. Go where the expectations and the demands to perform are high" JIM ROHN

1 comment:

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