Goering Center Roundtables

Rex from Hydrotech (author of quote below)

Restore your balance

When you are leading a family or private business, the pressures and concerns that you shoulder are heavy, and so much is riding on how well you manage that load. Your work life impacts your home life, and your home life impacts your work life, too. All of it affects your health—your physical well being, and the health of your company’s bottom line.

Our Roundtables provide a forum for collaborative peer sharing about strategic and tactical business issues, within the larger context of your personal and family concerns. Consider this your very own board of advisors, whose number-one goal is to help you restore balance.

Breakfast - 8:00-8:30 a.m. | Program - 8:30-11:30 a.m. | Goering Center, Room 359

Participants will experience a “trial” roundtable meeting.

Complimentary overview breakfast for current and emerging leaders to learn about the Center's Roundtables program and experience a roundtable session for themselves. 

Who should participate and why?

Goering Center Roundtables are created for business owners and executives who seek balance across their work and family lives. 

Successful candidates are “evergreen”—always growing and open to learning from others. Members also want others to benefit from their personal and professional experiences, and they are willing and able to share their insights. 

What should you expect at a meeting?

Meetings are held monthly, often at a group member’s business. Each Roundtable prioritizes issues to be discussed and develops its own meeting agenda. Some Roundtables are convened to address family business or succession issues. Others focus on challenges affecting every business like growing sales, managing growth, culture building, surfacing and developing top talent, pricing strategies, as well as structuring compensation and benefit packages. 

Peer group profiles

Each Roundtable is made up of 8-12 carefully selected individuals who are led by a professional moderator. 

Each peer group provides and expects:

  • Complete confidentiality and trust
  • No selling - this is a safe haven environment
  • Accessibility and respect for urgency
  • Commitment and empathy
  • The ability to listen and ask clarifying questions
  • Validation, feedback, resolution and advice
  • The potential for deep personal friendship

Learn more

If you are interested in joining a Roundtable or have any questions, please contact Lisa Bosse or register your interest online by clicking the button below.

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Lisa Bosse

Roundtable Director

513-556-7403