Executive advisory board members periodically meet in a closed-door confidential session where they learn, discuss pressing issues, opportunities, and solve difficult challenges. In addition, each executive advisory board member receives one-on-one coaching to help achieve his or her professional goals.
A recent D & B report shows that companies, who are members, experience, on average, a 3x faster growth rate than other businesses in their industries even in these challenging economic times.
As an Executive Advisory Board Chair
I strive to improve the lives of those I work with, those I teach, coach, and those I facilitate. An Executive Advisory Board provides me the opportunity to fulfill my company’s mission of facilitating innovation, collaboration, growth, and success in business leaders enabling a positive change in their lives. I learned “how to” lead at the U.S. Naval Academy and I’ve worked with CEOs and executives from small businesses to the largest in the world from a broad range of industries.
Gary Rush, IAF CPF - Executive Advisory Board Chair
I'm Gary Rush, CEO of MGR Consulting and an Executive Advisory Board Chair. I've been a Facilitator and independent consultant for over 30 years. My passion is helping people grow as leaders in business and in life. I know that most CEOs, Presidents, and Business Owners often find it difficult to get away for Professional Development so I wanted to touch on this to tell you the advantages you will gain by becoming part of my Executive Advisory Board.