CEO Peer Mentoring is ideal for business owners, senior leaders, and CEOs. This program will give you support in all facets of your business in a safe and confidential environment.
What is peer mentoring?
The Chamber’s peer mentoring program is designed to create a supportive and confidential environment for business leaders. Participants share challenges and learning with help and insights from peers.
Our Peer Mentoring program gives you a personal sounding board to solve problems, enhance business processes, strengthen strategy and encourage innovation. In a confidential setting, you can celebrate the wins, sometimes vent about the hard stuff, and generally be supported by fellow career-focused thinkers who are dealing with the same tough challenges as you.
We aim to enhance and develop key management, supervisory and leadership skills through workshops and subject matter experts alongside the peer learning process.
The CEO Peer Group will be receiving training in a range of essential executive skills. The skills that will be covered over 12 months (4 hours per month) in this program are:
Problem solving: Recognizing and solving problems
Time Management: Allocating time and using it effectively
Planning: Providing directions and scheduling activities
Goal Setting: Establishing goals and objectives
Performance Leadership: Motivating performance and personal development
Organizing: Assigning responsibilities and coordinating tasks
Team Development: Promoting teamwork and cooperation
Delegation: Decentralizing and empowering others
Participation: Sharing power and involving others
Integrating Differences: Accepting and resolving conflicts
Providing Feedback: Facilitating and encouraging others
Stress Processing: Managing crises and reducing stress
Maintaining Integrity: Gaining the trust and confidence of others
Commitment: Demonstrating loyalty and responsibility
This is an exclusive program at the Chamber for a select group of business leaders. It is professionally chaired by a certified Edward Lowe PeerSpectives® facilitator to ensure equitable participation and ongoing support between meetings.
Who Should Attend
Business Leaders looking to grow
Leaders open to sharing and learning from peers in a variety of industries
What You Get
A seat at a “table” made up of a consistent group of participants who get to know each other and their businesses in depth over the course of their participation in the program.
Each participant is committed to being available for one 4 hour meeting, once a month. New participants are able to join at anytime.
*You may qualify for the Alberta Job Grant to cover a good portion of your investment in the program. Learn more here.
Peer Mentoring is available for any business large or small.