Who sits
at a Raven
Executive Roundtable?

leaders motivated to learn and to share
diversity of age, gender, ethnicity, experience
no speakers or sales pitches

Is there a seat for you here?

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When markets change and personal milestones come up, you may need advice and guidance that you can no longer get from your usual network of sources.

Raven Performance Group meets business owners at the crossroads with a trusted group of peers who are as hungry for your knowledge as you are for theirs.

You’ll broaden your personal and business perspectives.
You’ll hone your skills through facilitated dialogue with professionals of diverse backgrounds.
You’ll enhance your skills with one-on-one coaching that includes a Clifton Strengths Finder 2.0 assessment.
The group’s insight along with their Strategic MAP are the tools you need in order to realize and sustain the full potential of your business

REALIZE AND SUSTAIN THE FULL POTENTIAL OF YOUR BUSINESS

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Raven Roundtable meetings have become a regular, personal, and insightful advisory board review of my most important business issues and strategies.

This ad hoc Raven / Packard advisory board share their perspectives of my new and most vexing issues and keep me from reinventing the wheel. And most importantly, from making mistakes I might have made without this discipline.

Working on my business is as important as working in my business (my first rule of business).

Strategic Corporate Acquisition and Partner Search

Mike T - President
How to pass price increases on to customers is a prevalent topic in Roundtable meetings lately. The price of everything seems to be increasing.
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In his book, THE ONE THING, author Gary Keller shares a scene from the movie City Slickers. “Curly, the gritty cowboy played by the late Jack Palance, and the city slicker Mitch, played by Billy Crystal, leave the group to search for stray cattle. Suddenly, Curly reins his horse to a stop and turns in the saddle to face Mitch.
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Bob owns a manufacturing company; his customers are national and international. A couple years ago, he thought he wanted to sell. He called a broker friend and set up an appointment.
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