Peer Advisory Groups
Like a Personal Board of Advisors
Peer Advisory Groups (PAGs) are gatherings of 8-10 Members who meet to discuss family business subjects of mutual interest. Moderated by professional facilitators from the Center, these confidential forums provide a committed group of peers with the goal of shared growth as owners.
Groups are structured so that individuals from the same company cannot be in the same group, and competitors are never placed together. PAGs meet an average of eight times a year. By participating, Members learn from the shared experiences of others, define issues of importance, provide accountability and feedback, and learn to effect change within their businesses and families. Topics are group-driven and range from economic forecasting and employment policies to prenuptial agreements, parent-child conflict resolution, and more.
Sumbit an application for a PAG here.
For more information, contact us.