As the top managing partner executive of an architecture or engineering firm, you face a wide range of responsibilities on a daily basis. Whatever the macro environment, it is up to you to create new opportunities and seize the initiative.
It’s not easy when the rules are constantly shifting: how do you best harness new technologies, adopt new processes to improve service delivery and reduce costs, market and sell more effectively, leverage social media to create quality leads and create a culture of accountability?
Only by meeting with the CEOs & Managing Partners of similar businesses can you get unbiased advice and expert counsel. After all, they are the only other people who stand in the same shoes.
CEN’s expertly-facilitated architecture and engineering CEO peer groups feature best practices and confidential counsel, including these recent topics:
- Developments in Technology and Project Delivery
- Business Development Strategies for Service Firms
- Social Media – How is it Working/Helping Firms
- Principal Accountability Best Practices
- Best Leadership Development Programs
- Project Management Metrics Best Practices
- How to Instill a Culture of Providing Exceptional Service
- Structuring an Ownership Transition
- Effective Teaming Strategies
- Managing Healthcare Costs and Employee Quality of Life
April 6 - 7, 2017 - Kansas City, MO
October 5 - 6, 2017 - Chicago, IL
These meetings, in addition to the good content, always give me the opportunity to think of and/or remember other good things that I need to apply back at the officeAl Berger, MKC Associates Inc.
The exchange of ideas and concerns in these challenging times was really appropriate. Some good takeaways, especially related to not panicking and staying focused on the business.Dave Sanders, Burkavage Design Associates LLC
Energizing, wake up call to focus on actions to grow business.Dan Englehart, Peter Basso Associates
As always, I came away with new insight and a refreshed interest in further developing and advancing our company.Laith Ross, Ross-Tarrant Architects, Inc.