Executive Leadership Groups|
Grand Strand Area
Myrtle Beach, SC
Hilton Head, SC
Boston, MA & RI
Q. So what is a roundtable?
A. A true roundtable functions more like a board of directors than just information exchange. At the American Association of Roundtables our groups are non-competing, like-minded business owners/managers who assist each other in improving their businesses.
Q. So do you allow competitors in the same roundtable group?
A. No. It is important that members in a roundtable not compete so that an individual's specific issues can be dealt with in depth.
Q. It sounds expensive in time and money. How do I know I will get my money's worth?
A. Members tell us joining a roundtable is one of the best business decisions they have ever made. Most wish they had joined sooner.
Q. My business isn't doing great; will I be embarrassed?
A. No. Many of the members were underperforming before joining a roundtable. The groups are supportive and will give you wise advice on how to fix your problem.
Q. Can I sit in on a meeting before I decide to join?
A. No. All meetings are closed meetings for members. Since all members are privately held businesses, we take protecting their privacy very serious. There are ways for you to determine if membership is right for your company. We will discuss in detail after you make application.
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