Peer Advisory Groups
Peer advisory groups provide a unique opportunity for professionals to come together, share their experiences, and learn from each other's successes and challenges. By joining a peer advisory group, members can gain access to a diverse range of perspectives and insights that can help them grow their businesses, advance their careers, and overcome obstacles.
Peer advisory groups also provide a supportive community of like-minded individuals who understand the unique challenges of their industry and can provide valuable feedback and support. Through regular meetings and networking events, members of a peer advisory group can build lasting relationships and gain valuable skills and knowledge to help them achieve their goals.
Overall, peer advisory groups can be a powerful tool for personal and professional growth and development.
What to expect:
One 3-4 hour meeting per month
Same location each month
Meeting run by a professional moderator
Ability to be open and honest with your career-related issues
No competing industries within the same group
We recognize that tradesmen are often neglected when it comes to this type of group. The nature of your work often requires you to work independently or in small teams, which can leave you feeling isolated from others in your field. Additionally, tradesmen may not have access to the same resources or support networks as other professions, making it challenging to get the guidance and advice you need to succeed.
Our group aims to change that. We provide a platform for tradesmen to come together and discuss common challenges, share best practices, and provide feedback and support to one another. Our members represent a diverse range of trades, including plumbing, electrical, HVAC, carpentry, and more.
We believe that by working together, we can make a meaningful difference in the lives of tradesmen across our region.
For Small Business Owners
A small business peer advisory group can offer numerous benefits to business leaders who are seeking to improve their performance and accelerate their success.
By participating in a peer group, members have the opportunity to connect with other executives and leaders, sharing knowledge, insights, and best practices.
The group can act as a sounding board for ideas and strategies, and provide honest feedback and critique, all within a confidential environment. Small business owner peer groups can also offer access to a wider network of resources, including experts, coaches, and other professionals who can provide additional support and guidance.
By joining a small business peer advisory group, business leaders can gain valuable perspective, increase their skills and knowledge, and ultimately improve their bottom line