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EXECUTIVE PEER ADVISORY BOARDS HELPING BUSINESSES GROW
Looking for executive coaching in Northern VA?
While there are many options, REF offers more. Why? Because when it comes to achieving your goals and improving your leadership skills, there's nothing quite like the power of peer advisors.
REF (Renaissance Executive Forums) is an exclusive experience where executives from a variety of industries share experiences, insights, and challenges. Through regular meetings and facilitated discussions, REF members gain valuable perspectives, feedback, resources, and support they simply can't get from traditional coaching or consulting.
So why choose peer groups over one-on-one coaching? The answer is simple: peer groups offer a trusted group of executives that just can't be matched by working with a single coach. In a peer group, you'll not only learn from a diverse group of executives, you’ll build lasting relationships to help you succeed for years to come.
REF provides valuable guidance from your peers, your Forum Leader and thought leaders. For 20 years, CEOs and business owners have relied on the REF community to become better leaders and achieve better results in Northern Virginia.
So, if you're ready to take your leadership skills to the next level, it's time to explore the benefits of REF peer groups.
Contact us today to learn more and start your journey toward success!
REF brings together area business owners from non-competing companies of similar size into “CEO Advisory Roundtables” that help these owners build their businesses and improve their lives. Our members include a wide variety of businesses including retail, manufacturers, service companies, and consulting firms. Each group meets monthly for learning and advisory exchange.
In a Mastermind group, often referred to as a CEO Roundtable or Peer Advisory Council, peers give you feedback, help you brainstorm possibilities and solutions, and set up accountability structures that keep you focused and on track. You become part of a community of supportive colleagues who are stronger and more effective collectively than separately. Today there are 5 different Executive Forums groups meeting in Northern Virginia.