Business Coaching Programs
There are other CEO coaching programs out there, but none offer all of these powerful benefits of membership:
Business Advisory Groups
Our business advisory groups are exclusive to the Las Vegas area and meet once a month in groups of 12-14 members, each of from non-competing industries, to work on growth strategies, operational challenges, and results-oriented processes.
One-On-One Business Coaching
Every month, our Executive Coaches meet with members individually in a probing, no-holds-barred two-hour session. This is the time where members focus on strategic issues facing their business, where they confront issues and explore opportunities to reach the next level of success.
Expert Business Growth Workshops:
Speakers at the top of their fields offer Catapult Groups workshops where members gain cutting-edge ideas and techniques they can take back to their companies and implement immediately. From sales and marketing to hiring, retention and succession, these world-class experts engage members in thought-provoking conversations with real-world applications.
Catapult Groups meet each month in hosted settings, which guarantees a comfortable, consistent and professional environment in which to share perspectives and offer unbiased feedback. Leave the work of securing a location, figuring out logistics, furnishing meals, and booking a speaker to us. Our hosted meetings create an organized and methodized experience that allows you to concentrate on improving your bottom line.
We invite you to learn more about how you can gain powerful leadership training skills as a Catapult Groups member.
“Nearly 66% of the 200 CEOs, board directors, and senior executives polled in the 2013 Executive Coaching Survey conducted by the Center for Leadership Development and Research at the Stanford Graduate School of Business indicated that they “do not receive coaching or leadership advice from outside consultants or coaching.” 100% of the respondents indicated that they are “receptive to making changes based on feedback.”