2018 CEO LEADERSHIP RETREAT
Friday, November 2, 2018, 8:30 am - 5:30 pm
Chauncey Conference Center, Princeton, NJ


In late 2017, we held a leadership retreat for ten CEO's of $1M+ companies at conference center at a farm.  Four coaches worked with the leaders in a mastermind format to help solve problems, did exercises and learning, and some brainstorming. It was a great success so we're going to do it again.

 Some of the coaches and CEO's at our 2017 Leadership Retreat

Some of the coaches and CEO's at our 2017 Leadership Retreat

On Friday, November 2nd we will hold our next Leadership Retreat at the Chauncey Conference Center in Princeton, NJ, a quick and easy trip from Philly or NYC. We’re still working in the agenda, but here’s some of what to expect:

  • A private location, comfortable and off the beaten path, where you will disconnect and focus

  • Your peers, sixteen CEO's of growth companies, most > $1M revenue

  • Five Trajectify coaches with backgrounds in leadership, organizational development, finance, operations, sales and marketing, and product management

  • A full day of programming with all meals provided

  • Everyone gets the hot seat in mastermind sessions where coaches facilitate peers helping peers.

You be working with ALL FIVE Trajectify coaches. We'll spend half the day in masterminds, with coaches and your peers helping to solve your most critical problems. We will also spend time getting you set up for 2019 planning because Q4 is right around the corner, sharing some best practices and quality insight!

The cost is $397 and it's limited to sixteen qualified participants. If you're interested, fill out the form below and our team will get back to you quickly.

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We asked CEO's who attended in 2017 for the one thing they learned that they would use the next day. Some of their responses...

"Share the benefits of building consensus."
"Change how we manage tasks and track."
"Become more mindful of team approach, transparency, with team, organization, objectives and initiatives."
"Set clear assumptions and notes at meetings even when we think everyone knows them."
"Validate execution of “top of funnel” sales planning."
"Write our key business model."