Become a Group Leader

CEOs who have the opportunity to work with our Group Leaders benefit from their extensive business and leadership experience, strength of character, and commitment to providing unconditional support in helping CEOs succeed.

In addition to a high level of business acumen and a solid depth and breadth of business experience; a CEO Global Network Group Leader must also possess a unique blend of competencies:

  • A strong desire to help other CEOs and executives succeed 
  • A solid CEO and executive network
  • Excellent business development skills
  • The ability to build strong personal relationships
  • Emotional intelligence with high empathy and self-knowledge
  • The ability to deliver high value to Members in both one-to-one and Group sessions
  • Excellent listening skills and the ability to recognize and ask the right questions
  • A willingness to hold Members accountable and tell them what they need to hear
  • High energy and a passion for the business
  • Curiosity and a goal of lifelong learning

In order to attract the best, we offer our Group Leaders:

  • An industry-leading compensation model 
  • Ongoing training and development
  • An absolute commitment to each Group Leader’s success
  • A winning model for Member success
  • A commitment to provide our Membership with the best value through the broadest range of products and services

If you are interested in a rewarding role, mentoring and leading other CEOs to greater success, then please get in touch with us to learn more about becoming a CEO Global Network Group Leader.

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Ron McIntosh

Ron began his career with Unilever before joining General Mills Canada. As Executive Vice President of Red Lobster for General Mills, Ron was responsible for 70 corporate restaurants and over 4000 employees. During his six year tenure, Ron led Red Lobster to unprecedented levels of profitability. Beginning in 1992, Ron became a key member of […] Learn more.

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I struggled with the concept that other CEOs would take an interest in me and my company and provide constructive criticism with the sole purpose of helping me continue to be a better leader. Having now been a Member for over three years, I can definitively say that I only wish I had joined earlier. Peter Reaume President, NLS

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