Executive Mentors

Trusted Advisors Who Care About Your Success

Executive Agenda is only as good as the people associated with it. Our ongoing selection of outstanding Group Chairs (Executive Mentors)  who support our mission, care about our members, serve them exceptionally well, and ensure they receive great value from their EA experience is the primary reason for our success.
 


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Kerry Arent
Kerry Arent
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Jim Bindl
Jim Bindl
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Bob Brill
Bob Brill
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Kathy Clark
Kathy Clark
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Marianne Dickson
Marianne Dickson
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Phil Enscoe
Phil Enscoe
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John Filsinger
John Filsinger
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Tom Funk
Tom Funk
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Steve Johannsen
Steve Johannsen
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Nancy Kane
Nancy Kane
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Karen Lemke
Karen Lemke
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Eric McGraw
Eric McGraw
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Michael Naumann
Michael Naumann
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Monalu Packard
Monalu Packard
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Bob Puissant
Bob Puissant
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Kraig Rodenbeck
Kraig Rodenbeck
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Debbie Rudan
Debbie Rudan
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David Rust
David Rust
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Paul Stelter
Paul Stelter
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Todd Swanson
Todd Swanson
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John
John "Jack" Turcott
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Jack Wagner
Jack Wagner
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Terri Weiland
Terri Weiland
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Sue Weyers
Sue Weyers
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Dan Willems
Dan Willems
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Gene Wright
Gene Wright
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Become a Group Chair (Executive Mentor)

 

Imagine a late-career job that is better than any other you’ve experienced.

How would you feel if you could find a way to get paid for giving back? Could anything be more rewarding than sharing your wisdom and experience with business leaders who challenge you to challenge them to learn and grow?

It’s not unusual for executives to reach points in their careers where they want to keep working but also want more flexibility. Perhaps they want to find a way to “stay in the game” while scaling back. Or, maybe it feels like retirement would waste the intellectual capital they have acquired over lifetimes; they want a platform for reinvesting their years of experience, knowledge and wisdom.

Executive Agenda (EA) is always searching for select men and women to serve as Group Chairs (Executive Mentors) in the Appleton, Green Bay, Madison and Milwaukee areas.

Potential candidates for the EA Group Chair role will have served in a senior leadership capacity (CEO, president, owner, EVP, VP/GM, CFO, vice president or director) for five or more years.

 

Requirements

  • Strong desire to continue to learn
  • Strong desire to help others grow and develop
  • Ability to help individuals self-discover
  • Interpersonal skills and listening ability
  • Transferrable business acumen
  • Ability to facilitate group learning and “authentic discussions”
  • Ability to self-manage
  • Desire, motivation, and ability to cultivate relationships, recruit and retain members

If you feel you are qualified, are located in Wisconsin, are looking for a way to give back and are interested in learning more, please e-mail EA’s Chair Recruitment Coordinator, Jim Bindl, identifying your interest.

 

Talk to Jim Bindl about becoming an Executive Mentor in your community.

E-mail Jim Bindl