SEN members share ideas, solve specific problems and uncover best practices.
Greenwich, CT (PRWEB) July 31, 2013
In the Senior Executive Network, executives are put into groups with a professional facilitator and 8-12 peer executives who have the same job responsibility, industry (but not direct competitors) and size. The groups meet several times a year in person to discuss the challenges they each face and to share benchmarks and best practices. The executives also have the opportunity to bring up a key issue they are dealing with and to get the advice and counsel of their peers. In addition to the in-person meetings, SEN facilitates one-on-one connections among members and the sharing of ideas and information among members and with outside experts and the membership via conferences, research, webinars and executive briefings. SEN also has a network of preferred solution providers to assist its members and provide targeted solutions to their needs.
SEN has groups for the following senior executive positions:
- Chief Executive Officers
- Business Unit Heads (Division Presidents, General Managers, Etc.)
- Chief Operating Officers (and heads of Operations)
- Chief Financial Officers
- Chief Marketing Officers
- Head of Sales (SVP or VP of Sales)
- Head of R&D
- VPs of HR
SEN has over 500 members from a variety of industries and the networks are growing rapidly. Key industries include:
- Professional Services
SEN is a division of Chief Executive Networks, the leading peer network for middle market company CEOs.