Columbus Chamber to Launch CEO Straight Talk Program in 2012

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Roundtables to Challenge Business Leaders, Encourage Collaboration

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Like an informal board of advisors, CEO Straight Talk Roundtables will challenge business leaders to exceed goals and brainstorm solutions.

In 2012, the Columbus Chamber will launch a new program to unite and empower the region’s CEOs. The CEO Straight Talk Roundtable series will provide a venue for business CEOs to meet and engage with each other, address their issues, experiences and challenges, and determine opportunities to take their businesses to the next level.

"Like an informal board of advisors, CEO Straight Talk Roundtables will challenge business leaders to exceed goals and brainstorm solutions,” said Somers Martin, director, business development services, Columbus Chamber. “Participants will benefit from the collective wisdom of the group and gain practical advice in a confidential setting. And because they will represent non-competing organizations, they can offer different perspectives and help discover new opportunities to accelerate their businesses.”

Each roundtable will consist of 10 to 12 business owners who will meet monthly for confidential sharing. These sessions will be led by facilitators, and the topics will cover critical issues including finance, marketing, employee relations, production and accessing new markets. There also will be opportunities to engage industry leaders.

Registration is now open for the CEO Straight Talk. For more information, download the registration form.

For more information about the Columbus Chamber’s CEO Straight Talk Roundtables, contact Somers Martin, director business development services, at somers_martin(at)columbus(dot)org or 614.225.6919.

About the Columbus Chamber
The Columbus Chamber helps businesses thrive. It leads business growth, retention and expansion initiatives in the Columbus Region, enhances the business environment and delivers programs and services that enable its members to be more successful. To learn more about the Columbus Chamber, visit http://www.columbus.org, or connect with the Columbus Chamber on Twitter and Facebook.

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