If you’re looking for a new high-value/low-cost program that promotes and strengthens your entrepreneurial community, PeerSpectives Roundtable System (PRS) may be just the thing you need. We believe strongly in the power of peer learning, and in the value of our unique PRS protocol that focuses on sharing experiences rather than giving advice.
The PRS protocol brings consistency to the quality and timeliness of topics and ensures a balanced discussion not dominated by any one issue or individual. While the procedures may sound strict at first, they have been proven time and again to help the group retain its focus and to help the entrepreneur really get to the core of his or her issue.
The PRS protocol was originally designed with the leader of a second-stage company in mind. Over the years, we’ve found it works for many professionals who find themselves in a position of leadership and possess final decision-making authority. These leaders, regardless of their position or business focus, often encounter decisions they have never faced before.
These tough decisions involve various stakeholders, including:
- Business associates
- Family members
Issues may revolve around such topics as:
- Company culture
- Personnel decisions
- Direction of the organization
- Product development
- Succession planning
As a leader of an organization you may wonder where to turn for help. It’s not always appropriate to take certain issues to family members, boards or even a business adviser. By being part of a PeerSpectives roundtable, you can rely on your peers, whom are either currently “living it” or have already “been there, done that.”
PRS is a great complement to Companies to Watch (CTW) and Economic Gardening Technical Assistance Programs (EG) as it keeps those entrepreneurs engaged beyond the initial point of impact. Don’t have a local CTW or EG program in your area? No problem! PRS has proven its worth as a stand-alone program, too. Take a look at the list of our current licensees.
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