This is where “What to do?” becomes “What to do!”
The Vistage Model
Vistage connects the most successful CEOs of small and midsize businesses. Members gather to share expertise, challenge one another to think critically and arrive at better decisions. With Marc’s expert guidance, his Vistage groups provide a no-nonsense environment where members “get real” about what it takes to grow and prosper in business and in life.
- Vistage member companies grow 2.2x faster than average small and medium-sized U.S. businesses, According to a 2017 analysis of Dun & Bradstreet data
- Top executives stay with Vistage for more than 5 years on average
- More than 23,000 business leaders worldwide rely on Vistage today
“Their wisdom gave me the courage and confidence I needed to make the changes that I knew needed to be made.”
Imagine having a confidential, private advisory board to troubleshoot problems, vet ideas and identify blind spots. Marc’s Vistage peer groups are composed of 12-16 non-competitive CEOs, business owners and key leaders.
Find Your Peer Group
Do you lead an organization with revenues from $2MM to $60MM and want to succeed? Join Marc’s diverse CEO Vistage group.
- It meets monthly for a full-day group session;
- The group hosts up to eight world-class speakers every year;
- Members receive one-to-one coaching from Marc during the month;
- You have access to 17k+ other CEOs through the Vistage online community, and amazing content; and
- Receive unbiased feedback from fellow members who will help you, if you help them.
The Vistage Key Leader group is for executives and senior managers who report directly to the C-suite — in particular, those who are key to the organization’s success plan. Key Leaders meet monthly for full-day meetings and host eight expert speakers per year. With Marc’s guidance, members focus on executive development and business problem solving. Members work in accountability triads. Many of these members go on to become CEOs. Learn more…
For a long time, the middle market hotels have been the growth behind the U.S. hospitality market. Well, COVID once more has sent a wrecking ball through the industry.
Schools are reopening to various degrees across the county. For working parents, the uncertainty surrounding child care and in-person instruction for school-aged children is unprecedented.
The U.S. has returned to an environment where small companies and small-business-like teams at universities innovate outside of large companies and sell them in the market for ideas. While the notion of innovation created by small flexible firms is appealing, the contributions made by large corporate labs were a much more significant benefit to the U.S. So what happened?
For most of us in an office environment, it is now over five months since we vacated our office and began working from home. While the data shows that overall productivity is up, what is becoming apparent is that few are taking vacations since COVID hit.
What is happening out there? Are we returning to normal? I would answer no, but there is hope.
Well, COVID has once more shaken our core processes and what “got us to here, is not going to get us to there.” To survive we have to adapt and change what we do.
For those who have not been following the disaster in the UK with the GCSE A-level exam results, here is a summary.
Special purpose acquisition companies (or SPACs) are back! They are not new, but become trendy during overvalued financial markets are frothy, e.g., before the last crisis and now.
On Monday, a court in California rejected Uber, and Lyft claims that they didn’t need to treat drivers as employees under AB5, a state law passed in 2019. Under AB5, there are three criteria a company must deem to meet to consider workers, independent contractor. More about where gig workers are in the economy, and what the trends look like.
Well, we have been working from home now for nearly five months and probably will continue to do so for another year. So what is the verdict?