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Peer Group Programs

Peer Groups for Executive Education

Operating a successful agricultural business in a small town can be lonely, and moving your enterprise to a more professional level is no easy task. Implementing new strategies, behaviors and habits takes ongoing support and reinforcement.

Participating in a peer group combines executive education with support from others in similar situations. You learn from and with each other.

By regularly interacting with a trusted group of peer advisors, you gain:

How does it work?

Most groups meet twice per year in person over two or three days, with ongoing interaction between meetings. Over time, members build trust and insight into each other’s business that allows for candid suggestions and accountability.

We have groups of differing size and focus. We will be in conversation to determine the best fit for your goals. Here are descriptions and more information about three general types:

  • The Progress Coach is a leadership and management skill development program targeted at those taking over the reins of their business.

Our team has been hosting peer groups since 2011, with many long-term members. We’ve perfected how to facilitate valuable interactions. We are continually adding members to existing groups when appropriate and launching new groups. Be in touch to learn more.


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