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Executive Membership Groups

Membership in Sage puts you in a peer advisory group of up to 12 like-minded business executives from diverse industries, each driven to become better leaders and achieve greater success and significance. The Sage network encompasses: CEOs, founders and presidents; Chief Financial Officers and Chief Operating Officers; and other top level leders who share best practices, solve problems and exchange invaluable peer feedback. Each group also has a member who leads a not-for-profit organization in the local area, giving an additional perspective and helping leaders of organizations vital to our communities achieve better results.

Interested in becoming a member of one of our executive peer advisory groups? You’ll find our minimum qualifications below. In an effort to engineer the best peer groups, Sage is committed to making sure that we are the right fit for you and you are the right fit for us. Prior to being accepted to a peer advisory group, a Sage representative will meet with you.

Sage Peer Groups:

  • CEO: Must be the CEO, founder, president or partner of a company with at least $4 million in annual sales and be experienced, successful and like-minded in striving for growth and excellence in both business and personal life. Meet each month for five hours with a group of 12 fellow chief executives, facilitated by a seasoned business leader with CEO experience in recruiting, hiring, managing and motivating.
  • Ascent CEO: Members, like chief executives in the pioneering Sage CEO groups, meet monthly for five hours to learn from each other and tackle their most pressing issues. Their companies have sales from $1 million through $4 million.
  • Key Executive: Members are C-level executives who interact with peers to expand their leadership expertise. Titles include COO, CFO, General Manager or Chief Legal Counsel. They meet each month for 2 1/2 hours to explore challenges ranging from creating and following a business plan to developing financial metrics.
  • Facility Manager: Responsible for key business services. Work with other facility management peers to learn, grow and share best practices.

The monthly group meetings are interactive and dynamic, giving a time out from unrelating daily distractions to solve critical issues impacting your business and personal life, ultimately improving your leadership effectiveness and bottom line results.

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