How It Works
It Takes the Power of Three
There are usually three characters at the heart of every classic tale; it takes the same number of essential elements for your Executive Agenda story to play out. Successful membership experiences work because of three vital parts: the Group, the Group Chair (also referred to as the Executive Mentor) and the Extended Community.
- Groups are composed of 12-16 members from a variety of functional areas, non-competing businesses and different industries.
- Meeting agendas include member concerns, problems and opportunities, occasional speakers and the sharing of company best practices.
- Members caringly and confidentially challenge each other, work through issues and hold each other accountable.
The Group Chair
- The Executive Mentor conducts confidential One-on-One mentoring/listening sessions with each member on a quarterly basis.
- Identifies agenda items for full group input based on the One-on-One discussions.
- Ensures the quarterly meetings are focused, safe, collaborative, challenging and deliver high value.
The Extended Community
- Members have access to leaders in other EA groups (over 500 members representing more than 300 of Wisconsin’s foremost organizations).
- Membership includes participation in Executive Agenda’s Executive Fuel program: three relevant business leadership seminars per year delivered by world-class speakers and teachers. These member-wide events also provide great opportunities to interact with individuals from other EA groups.