Executive Vice Presidents are a vital part of our Network’s success. They serve a crucial role helping CEOs lead their organizations, focusing on implementation of strategic goals and building the organization’s internal infrastructure. It is essential to invest in EVPs’ continued growth so they better serve their organization and step into greater leadership.
Members of highly functioning peer groups report that the iron-sharpening-iron effect of their group challenges them to become more visionary, collaborative, and effective leaders. They appreciate the deep connections with peers who juggle similar battles, opportunities, and risk.
SPN’s EVP peer groups help these important leaders set and achieve professional development goals, challenge their assumptions, and connect with other peers who push them towards even higher levels of success.
Senior Director of Leadership and Talent Development
What can you expect from your participation in an EVP peer group?
Meredith Turney offers leadership coaching to a group of network EVPs each year. These coachings help leaders attain their personal and professional growth goals. Participation is invitation-only and limited by Meredith’s capacity.
Joining a peer group is a significant commitment. It requires dedication to set ambitious professional development goals, attend and be fully present at peer group meetings, and challenge and encourage peers. The following criteria must be met in order to join an EVP peer group:
To learn more, please contact SPN’s Senior Director of Leadership and Talent Development, Meredith Turney.