Peer Advisory Groups
In Depth Learning Opportunities
Peer Advisory Groups (PAG) are small groups of about 8-10 members, who confidentially explore family business subjects of mutual interest. The goal of the PAGs is to provide a committed group of peer resources to:
- Learn from shared experiences
- Effect change for individuals and their families over time
- Provide accountability and feedback
- Define issues of importance for each member
- Provide individual feedback and coaching on difficult family issues
- No two individuals from the same family can be in the same group, and competitors are never placed in the same group.
- Groups meet 8-10 times a year for 3-4 hours per meeting (except the PAG for Shareholders not working for the business, which meets quarterly).
- Meeting times and locations are agreed upon by members of the groups.
- Professional facilitators from the Family Business Center at Loyola moderate these groups.
All interested individuals will be matched with a group of their peers. Participation for the first family member is included in the Family Business Center membership dues. Additional family members may participate for $1,000 per person per year.
Current Groups Include:
- Large Company CEOs
- Small Company CEOs
- Family Shareholders/Leaders
- Next Generation Groups
For more information, and to join a PAG, contact us.