POP962 delivers a thought-provoking, educational, and highly collaborative peer advisory forums. Here diverse business minds – join in confidence to advance and share their knowledge, grow their organizations, and improve their leadership.
In addition to gaining international education through other members real-world experiences, members also uncovered better ways to better nurture life/work balance through their 1-2-1 executive sessions and the enriching and inspiring commonalities found in their peers – similar values and goals.
Members come together online 8-10 times per year in their confidential peer group with tailored and facilitated agendas based on their needs and dynamics to share ideas, solve problems, and support each other with greater accountability.
Members further their decision-making skills through the Case Study Method. Pioneered by Harvard Business School, members explore the challenges opportunities and decisions facing leading and emerging companies worldwide.
A member’s most profound challenge is brought forth in a dynamic ‘full-day session’ with invited specialists – to help manage technical deployments, solve complex issues, and propose actionable solutions.
Members receive confidential 1-2-1 executive sessions to help leaders assist with clarifying goals, self-awareness, achieving their development objectives, and acting as a confidential and unbiased sounding board.
Whether seeking specialized advice, or support with insights, extended networks, or resources in another city and country, A POP962 chair can also assist their group members to connect with other members in other groups across continents.
Each group has an option to collectively choose and support a humanitarian initiative – each year. Tackling problems such as poverty, access to clean water, refugee crises and the elimination of slavery to name a few.
“Our meeting and content were thoughtfully prepared. The issues and case study was on spot and was an excellent opportunity to both offer and receive help from other inspirational and brilliant people.”– Nicolas del Granado