Kurt Theriault is the President of Allied Executives, a locally-based peer group organization in the Twin Cities for CEOs, Business Owners, and Key Leader Executives. Kurt discusses on today’s episode who would be a right fit to join a peer group, some of the benefits, and some common mistakes new members tend to make.
[2:50] How did Kurt first discover Allied Executives?
[7:00] Who is considered the ‘right’ member or client for Allied Executives?
[10:35] Being able to share your challenges in front of a room of like minded individuals really can help unblock you.
[12:50] There are different types of peer groups out there. How do you know what’s right for you?
[15:20] The good thing about attending a peer group is that you get workshops and continuous education on important topics and challenges you’re facing.
[18:00] Allied Executives has a diverse group of people that are local to the Minneapolis area.
[19:00] When does it make sense to call a place like Allied Executives?
[27:00] What are some of the biggest mistakes members tend to make?
[29:50] Kurt is active on LinkedIn. Feel free to reach out!
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