Registration is limited to approved members and guests.  If you did not receive an invitation and would like to attend an event, please register your interest before signing up.  

    • September 08, 2017
    • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (EDT)
    • Remote via Video Conference: Details are sent with registration confirmation.

    Join us to learn about our many members-only resources and activities, and to meet your fellow CEO Trustees (members). 

    Additional dates will be scheduled to meet new member needs and schedule constraints.  

    IMPORTANT:  This is a video conference. For full participation, please join via web-based device with video capability. Registration is necessary in order to receive dial-in details.

    If you are a CEO and would like to see if you qualify for membership, register online.

     
    • September 12, 2017
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • RGP • 7 Times Square (Times Square Tower) • Suite 2600 • New York, New York 10036

    Organizational success depends on many things, not the least of which is the flow of interpersonal energy. People are often experiencing one of two energy flow states; they are either being energized or they are being drained of their energy. The state these folks find themselves in effectively impacts the environment for the whole group.

    Humor is a language that people use to join and identify a common universe. They consciously and unconsciously make statements through humor about themselves, their relationships, their groups, and their fears, which they find difficult to say otherwise.

    Humor, or its lack, functions like a thermostat, controlling the climate within any business environment. It is a key component of the atmosphere that surrounds all who interact with each other within any setting. In organizations, which consist of sets of human relationships, humor is one way the dynamics of the group are illuminated. Simply put, positive humor fosters a warm and inviting feeling. Negative, divisive humor makes a place and its people seem cold, cruel or aloof. Absence of humor altogether indicates a systemic blockage of communication.This program aims to examine practical ways and means of understanding & using humor personally and professionally. 

    Learning Objectives/Outcomes, You will be able to:

    1. Distinguish between the 4 functions of humor - shield, weapon, bridge, and spotlight.

    2. Discuss how humor impacts mental, physical, emotional perception.

    3. Apply personal sense of humor to varied groups.

    4. Employ a tactic to recall & retell any joke or humorous story.

    If you are a CEO and would like to see if you qualify to attend this event, register online.

    SCHEDULE:

    6:00 to 6:30 pm - Reception with Wine, Beer & Hors D'Oeuvres
    6:30 to 7:30 pm - Program

    HOST:  RGP

    BIO:

    Izzy Gesell, MS Ed, CSP is an "organizational alchemist" who helps individuals and organizations transform their thinking from commonplace to extraordinary. Through his keynotes, trainings, coaching, and facilitated sessions, Izzy offers imaginative, intuitive and immediately useful insights and programs. He is skilled at delivering meaningful in a way that makes participants enjoy their time with him.

    Izzy was one of the first to use improv theater concepts as tools for personal and organizational learning. He is the author of Playing Along: Group Learning Activities Borrowed from Improvisation Theater, a co-author of Humor Me: America's Funniest Humorists on the Power of Laughter, and a contributor of a chapter on Improvisation as a facilitation tool in the IAF Group Facilitators Handbook. His latest project is a deck of cards with improv games on them.

    He has worked with dental association members to help foster their leadership skills, helped Aetna Insurance custmer reps learn to manage their stress, facilitated NASA engineers on enhancing their leadership skills and guided Hewlett Packard global managers to communicate more effectively.

    Recognized by his peers, he has earned a Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) designation from the National Speakers Association. Less than 15% of NSA's 4.000 members are CSPs. The International Facilitators Association (IAF) regularly calls on him to train facilitators in his techniques.

    A former stand-up comedian and public school teacher, Izzy was raised in Brooklyn, NY, where commonplace thinking was frowned upon. He has earned a BA in Psychology, an Ms in Education and a P... thats 1/3 of a PhD and now lives in Northampton, Massachusetts. 

    For more information on Izzy Gesell, please visit http://izzyg.com.

    About RGP

    The world’s leading businesses trust Resources Global Professionals (RGP) with their most pressing initiatives. Partnering with business leaders, RGP drives internal change across all parts of a global enterprise - finance & accounting; information management; governance, risk & compliance; human capital; legal & regulatory; corporate advisory & restructuring; strategic communications; and supply chain management. Founded in 1996, RGP is the operating subsidiary of Irvine, California-based Resources Connection, Inc. (NASDAQ: RECN).

    If you have questions, the event coordinator is Alexandra Morrow.




    • September 28, 2017
    • 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia | 10 N Independence Mall W | Philadelphia, PA 19106

    Join fellow CEOs at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia for a conversation with Dr. Harker. We will hear remarks from Patrick Harker about the economic outlook and implications for businesses in the greater Philadelphia region, as well as national and international dynamics. With his current position as head of the Federal Reserve of Philadelphia, combined with previous experience in academia and business, Harker has unique perspective on a complex and unprecedented environment.

    “After a long recovery, the economic data point to a U.S. economy that is more or less back to full health,” said Harker. “But that’s an average of a vast and diverse nation. There are hot markets in some areas of the country and pockets of others where good fortune has yet to take hold. Here in the Third District–which consists of eastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey, and Delaware–our successes, challenges, and opportunities are as unique as the people who make up this exceptional part of the country.”

    In addition, Dr. Harker will discuss the Philadelphia Fed’s work to address labor force issues that affect both businesses and workers. There will be plenty of time for Q&A in an intimate CEOs only setting.

    Immediately following the meeting, we will have an optional private tour of the Federal Reserve Bank including the underground vault – their cash operations and storage of over a billion dollars.

    If you are a CEO and would like to see if you qualify to attend this event, register online.

    SCHEDULE:
    7:30 - 8:00 am - Gathering and Coffee
    8:00 - 9:00 am - Program and Continental Breakfast
    9:00 - 9:30 am - Optional Private Tour

    SPEAKER:
    Patrick T. Harker, President and Chief Executive Officer

    Patrick T. Harker took office on July 1, 2015, as the 11th president and chief executive officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. In this role, Harker participates on the Federal Open Market Committee, which formulates the nation's monetary policy.

    Before taking office at the Philadelphia Fed, Harker served as the 26th president of the University of Delaware. He was also a professor of business administration at the university's Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics and a professor of civil and environmental engineering at the College of Engineering.

    Before joining the University of Delaware in 2007, Harker was dean and Reliance Professor of Management and Private Enterprise at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to being appointed dean in 2000, Harker served as the Wharton School's interim dean and deputy dean as well as the chair of its operations and information management department. In 1991, he was the youngest faculty member in Wharton's history to be awarded an endowed professorship as UPS Transportation Professor of the Private Sector. He has published/edited nine books and more than 100 professional articles. From 1996 to 1999, he served as editor-in-chief of the journal Operations Research.

    In 2012, Harker was named a fellow of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) and a charter fellow of the National Academy of Inventors. He was also named a White House fellow by President George H. W. Bush in 1991 and served as a special assistant to FBI Director William S. Sessions from 1991 to 1992.

    Harker serves as a member of the Select Operating Committee of Select Greater Philadelphia. He previously served on the boards of Catholic Relief Services, Pepco Holdings, Inc., and Huntsman Corporation and was a founding member of the board of advisors for Decision Lens, Inc. Harker was also a nonbanking Class B director of the Philadelphia Fed from 2012 to 2015.

    Harker has a Ph.D. in civil and urban engineering, an M.A. in economics, and an M.S.E. and B.S.E. in civil engineering, all from the University of Pennsylvania.

    If you have questions, the event coordinator is Alexandra Morrow.

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    • October 04, 2017
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • University of New Haven, Bartels Hall - Alumni Lounge, 300 Boston Post Rd. West Haven, CT 06516

    The most excellent adventures of a Wharton MBA in the legal marijuana business:

    The emerging legal marijuana business is attracting money and attention. But what's it like to invest and manage in this industry? After 30 years on Wall Street, Robert Birnbaum founded and ran one of the initial four licensed medical marijuana producers in Connecticut. Join Robert as he describes the progression from “How hard could this be? It’s a weed!”, to facing surprising challenges, pitfalls, and opportunities, until finally a successful company emerged. It's a business like no other, join us to find out why.

    If you are a CEO and would like to see if you qualify to attend this event, register online.

    SCHEDULE:

    6:00 - 6:30 pm - Reception
    6:30 - 7:30 pm - Presentation

    SPEAKER BIO:

    ROBERT BIRNBAUM'S career has been distinguished by a high degree of creativity and analysis, combined with excellent communication skills, on Wall Street and in the emerging Medical Marijuana industry.  In all cases, he has built businesses through in-depth product knowledge, strategic insight, marketing ability and persistent execution.

    Between 2009 and 2013, Robert was a private investor, using Peartree Trading LLC as his investment vehicle.  In 2013, backed by his own capital and a small group of investors, Robert founded Curaleaf LLC, a licensed medical marijuana producer in Connecticut.  After winning one of Connecticut’s coveted licenses, Robert served as Chairman and CEO of Curaleaf for most of its history, until a controlling interest was sold in March of 2017.

    In 2005, Robert co-founded Third Wave Global Investors LLC, a global macro hedge fund in Greenwich Connecticut, and served as its President, Chief Operating Officer, and Chief Compliance Officer.  He also served as Director of the Third Wave Global Master Fund until 2009.  The firm grew from a relatively small investment by its principals to over $500 million in assets within three years.  Clients included major global banks, large hedge fund-of-funds, and high net worth individuals.  Robert was responsible for all aspects of the business - marketing, client service, compliance, finance, operations, and technology.  His successes were featured in Global Custodian magazine.

    Prior to Third Wave, Robert served from 2001 to 2004 as Managing Director and Head of Institutional Distribution and Client Service for Columbia Management Group (owned by Bank of America), with responsibility for over $60 billion in assets under management, $200 million in annual revenue, and 300 employees.  During his tenure, Robert integrated 5 separate firms into one coherent sales and marketing organization, with effective positioning to clients, consultants, and prospects, and increased sales to over $3 billion annually.  He was a member of Columbia Management’s Operating Committee.

    Between 1998 and 2001, he was Managing Director and Head of Marketing and Global E-Commerce for Credit Suisse Asset Management.  Robert was named an Impact Player of the Year by Defined Contribution News, an Institutional Investor publication.  He was a member of the Management Committee of CSAM-Americas.

    From 1988 to 1998, Robert held a variety of posts at J.P. Morgan Investment Management, culminating in Managing Director and Head of Defined Contribution, and received industry recognition for his innovations.  He grew the business at an annual compound rate of 40% to $120 million in annual revenue.  Much of his time at Morgan was spent building and leading the non-sales Marketing group, which focused on product development and product positioning across all channels.  In this role, Robert was recognized for leveraging the overall business globally, including into new markets. 

    Robert began his career in the investment management business with The Vanguard Group, where he was the Senior Product Manager responsible for fund development and retirement plans.

    Robert holds an A.B. from Columbia University, and an M.B.A., with Distinction, in Finance from Wharton.  

    If you have questions, the event coordinator is Alexandra Morrow

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    • October 04, 2017
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • University of New Haven, Bartels Hall - Alumni Lounge, 300 Boston Post Rd. West Haven, CT 06516

    The most excellent adventures of a Wharton MBA in the legal marijuana business:

    The emerging legal marijuana business is attracting money and attention. But what's it like to invest and manage in this industry? After 30 years on Wall Street, Robert Birnbaum founded and ran one of the initial four licensed medical marijuana producers in Connecticut. Join Robert as he describes the progression from “How hard could this be? It’s a weed!”, to facing surprising challenges, pitfalls, and opportunities, until finally a successful company emerged. It's a business like no other, join us to find out why.

    If you are a CEO and would like to see if you qualify to attend this event, register online.

    SCHEDULE:

    6:00 - 6:30 pm - Reception
    6:30 - 7:30 pm - Presentation

    SPEAKER BIO:

    ROBERT BIRNBAUM'S career has been distinguished by a high degree of creativity and analysis, combined with excellent communication skills, on Wall Street and in the emerging Medical Marijuana industry.  In all cases, he has built businesses through in-depth product knowledge, strategic insight, marketing ability and persistent execution.

    Between 2009 and 2013, Robert was a private investor, using Peartree Trading LLC as his investment vehicle.  In 2013, backed by his own capital and a small group of investors, Robert founded Curaleaf LLC, a licensed medical marijuana producer in Connecticut.  After winning one of Connecticut’s coveted licenses, Robert served as Chairman and CEO of Curaleaf for most of its history, until a controlling interest was sold in March of 2017.

    In 2005, Robert co-founded Third Wave Global Investors LLC, a global macro hedge fund in Greenwich Connecticut, and served as its President, Chief Operating Officer, and Chief Compliance Officer.  He also served as Director of the Third Wave Global Master Fund until 2009.  The firm grew from a relatively small investment by its principals to over $500 million in assets within three years.  Clients included major global banks, large hedge fund-of-funds, and high net worth individuals.  Robert was responsible for all aspects of the business - marketing, client service, compliance, finance, operations, and technology.  His successes were featured in Global Custodian magazine.

    Prior to Third Wave, Robert served from 2001 to 2004 as Managing Director and Head of Institutional Distribution and Client Service for Columbia Management Group (owned by Bank of America), with responsibility for over $60 billion in assets under management, $200 million in annual revenue, and 300 employees.  During his tenure, Robert integrated 5 separate firms into one coherent sales and marketing organization, with effective positioning to clients, consultants, and prospects, and increased sales to over $3 billion annually.  He was a member of Columbia Management’s Operating Committee.

    Between 1998 and 2001, he was Managing Director and Head of Marketing and Global E-Commerce for Credit Suisse Asset Management.  Robert was named an Impact Player of the Year by Defined Contribution News, an Institutional Investor publication.  He was a member of the Management Committee of CSAM-Americas.

    From 1988 to 1998, Robert held a variety of posts at J.P. Morgan Investment Management, culminating in Managing Director and Head of Defined Contribution, and received industry recognition for his innovations.  He grew the business at an annual compound rate of 40% to $120 million in annual revenue.  Much of his time at Morgan was spent building and leading the non-sales Marketing group, which focused on product development and product positioning across all channels.  In this role, Robert was recognized for leveraging the overall business globally, including into new markets. 

    Robert began his career in the investment management business with The Vanguard Group, where he was the Senior Product Manager responsible for fund development and retirement plans.

    Robert holds an A.B. from Columbia University, and an M.B.A., with Distinction, in Finance from Wharton.  

    If you have questions, the event coordinator is Alexandra Morrow

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    • October 05, 2017
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Baruch College, Newman Conference Center, Rackow Conference Room 750, 7th floor, 151 E. 25th Street (between Lexington and Third Avenues) New York, NY 10010

    The most excellent adventures of a Wharton MBA in the legal marijuana business:

    The emerging legal marijuana business is attracting money and attention. But what's it like to invest and manage in this industry? After 30 years on Wall Street, Robert Birnbaum founded and ran one of the initial four licensed medical marijuana producers in Connecticut. Join Robert as he describes the progression from “How hard could this be? It’s a weed!”, to facing surprising challenges, pitfalls, and opportunities, until finally a successful company emerged. It's a business like no other, join us to find out why.

    If you are a CEO and would like to see if you qualify to attend this event, register online.

    SCHEDULE:

    6:00 - 6:30 pm - Hors d'oeuvres and Wine Reception
    6:30 - 7:30 pm - Presentation

    SPEAKER BIO:

    ROBERT BIRNBAUM'S career has been distinguished by a high degree of creativity and analysis, combined with excellent communication skills, on Wall Street and in the emerging Medical Marijuana industry.  In all cases, he has built businesses through in-depth product knowledge, strategic insight, marketing ability and persistent execution.

    Between 2009 and 2013, Robert was a private investor, using Peartree Trading LLC as his investment vehicle.  In 2013, backed by his own capital and a small group of investors, Robert founded Curaleaf LLC, a licensed medical marijuana producer in Connecticut.  After winning one of Connecticut’s coveted licenses, Robert served as Chairman and CEO of Curaleaf for most of its history, until a controlling interest was sold in March of 2017.

    In 2005, Robert co-founded Third Wave Global Investors LLC, a global macro hedge fund in Greenwich Connecticut, and served as its President, Chief Operating Officer, and Chief Compliance Officer.  He also served as Director of the Third Wave Global Master Fund until 2009.  The firm grew from a relatively small investment by its principals to over $500 million in assets within three years.  Clients included major global banks, large hedge fund-of-funds, and high net worth individuals.  Robert was responsible for all aspects of the business - marketing, client service, compliance, finance, operations, and technology.  His successes were featured in Global Custodian magazine.

    Prior to Third Wave, Robert served from 2001 to 2004 as Managing Director and Head of Institutional Distribution and Client Service for Columbia Management Group (owned by Bank of America), with responsibility for over $60 billion in assets under management, $200 million in annual revenue, and 300 employees.  During his tenure, Robert integrated 5 separate firms into one coherent sales and marketing organization, with effective positioning to clients, consultants, and prospects, and increased sales to over $3 billion annually.  He was a member of Columbia Management’s Operating Committee.

    Between 1998 and 2001, he was Managing Director and Head of Marketing and Global E-Commerce for Credit Suisse Asset Management.  Robert was named an Impact Player of the Year by Defined Contribution News, an Institutional Investor publication.  He was a member of the Management Committee of CSAM-Americas.

    From 1988 to 1998, Robert held a variety of posts at J.P. Morgan Investment Management, culminating in Managing Director and Head of Defined Contribution, and received industry recognition for his innovations.  He grew the business at an annual compound rate of 40% to $120 million in annual revenue.  Much of his time at Morgan was spent building and leading the non-sales Marketing group, which focused on product development and product positioning across all channels.  In this role, Robert was recognized for leveraging the overall business globally, including into new markets. 

    Robert began his career in the investment management business with The Vanguard Group, where he was the Senior Product Manager responsible for fund development and retirement plans.

    Robert holds an A.B. from Columbia University, and an M.B.A., with Distinction, in Finance from Wharton.  

    If you have questions, the event coordinator is Alexandra Morrow

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Past events

August 22, 2017 DFW: Ultimate Escape Game
July 26, 2017 New Member Orientation
July 24, 2017 CT: TEA-RRIFIC! Ice Cream Tasting & Entrepreneur Discussion
June 20, 2017 NY: What Happens Next? An Exploration during Dinner at Bobby Van's Steakhouse
June 13, 2017 PA: How to Make a Career Shift to NonProfit with Surrey Services CEO
June 08, 2017 CT: MEGATRENDS that will Dominate, Define and Drive Business Success Over the Next 5 Years
May 31, 2017 DFW: Partnering with Private Equity
May 17, 2017 New Member Orientation
April 27, 2017 DFW: CEO Roundtable Dinner at Randy's Steakhouse
April 25, 2017 NY: The LEGO Approach to Innovation, with Wharton Professor David Robertson
April 24, 2017 University of New Haven: The LEGO Approach to Innovation by CEO Trust
April 24, 2017 CT: The LEGO Approach to Innovation, with Wharton Professor David Robertson
April 18, 2017 New Member Orientation
April 05, 2017 PA: Customer Service - Your Best Friend, Secret Weapon and Brand Ambassador . . . All in One.
March 17, 2017 CT: Artificial Intelligence
March 10, 2017 New Member Orientation
March 08, 2017 Looking for a Career Move? To Find the Next PE Deal? - Members Only Roundtable
March 02, 2017 NY: CEO Roundtable and Program Brainstorming
March 02, 2017 PA: The Journey from CEO to Prison and Back: Missteps and Recovery
February 22, 2017 "The Private Equity Play" Webinar
February 15, 2017 CEO Trust Leadership Team Board Meeting
February 01, 2017 New Member Orientation
January 31, 2017 PA: Roundtable Breakfast at Old York Road Country Club
January 30, 2017 CT: CEO Roundtable Dinner at Gusto Trattoria
January 26, 2017 DFW: "Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast"
January 18, 2017 New Member Orientation
January 17, 2017 NY: All Dreams on Deck – Charting the Course for your Life and Work
January 11, 2017 Looking for a Career Move? To Find the Next PE Deal? Members Only Roundtable
December 21, 2016 New Member Orientation
November 29, 2016 DFW: CEO Roundtable and Program Committee Brainstorming
November 18, 2016 CT: CEO Roundtable and Program Committee Brainstorming
November 17, 2016 PA: CEO Roundtable and Program Committee Brainstorming
November 15, 2016 DFW: Millennials - Managing a Multigenerational Workforce
November 09, 2016 NY: Thinking Like An Entrepreneur
November 02, 2016 New Member Orientation
October 26, 2016 DFW: Flex Your Cortex - Seven Secrets to Turbocharge Your Brain
October 19, 2016 NY: Voila Chocolat - Tour, Truffle Tasting and Business Discussion
October 19, 2016 PA: Paul Downs Custom Conference Tables - Tour and Business Discussion
September 28, 2016 New Member Orientation
September 26, 2016 CT: SUPERBOSSES Latest Research with Bestselling Author, Tuck/Dartmouth Professor
September 21, 2016 NY: CEO Roundtable Dinner at Tender
September 21, 2016 PA: Office of the Future ... How Communications & Collaboration Can Enhance Business Outcomes
September 16, 2016 DFW: Behind in the Count - Working the Texas Rangers Out of a Jam
August 24, 2016 DFW: Membership Medicine - The Future of Healthcare
August 10, 2016 New Member Orientation
June 29, 2016 DFW: Cybersecurity & Corporate Fraud: What You Need to Know
June 23, 2016 NY: Matching Workplace Technology with Your Organization
June 21, 2016 PA: Exclusive - Google's Most Popular Program for Executives & Engineers
June 08, 2016 New Member Orientation
June 03, 2016 NY: Ethics By Design: How to Use Nudges, Norms, and Laws to Improve Business Ethics
May 19, 2016 CT: Online Prospect Targeting: A Marketing and Business Game-Changer
May 18, 2016 Looking for a Career Move? To Find the Next PE Deal? Members Only Roundtable
April 28, 2016 PA: The LEGO Approach to Innovation, with Wharton Professor David Robertson
April 27, 2016 Job Search Work Group - Members Only
April 26, 2016 NY: Exclusive - Google's Most Popular Program for Executives & Engineers
April 22, 2016 DFW: Program Planning Session - Members Only
April 21, 2016 New Member Orientation
April 06, 2016 Looking for a Career Move? To Find the Next PE Deal? Members Only Roundtable
April 05, 2016 PA: Program Planning Session - Members Only
March 31, 2016 DFW: Moneyball for CEO’s (The How-To)
March 30, 2016 NY: Program Planning Session - Members Only
March 22, 2016 NY: SUPERBOSSES Latest Research with Bestselling Author, Tuck/Dartmouth Professor
March 22, 2016 PA: SUPERBOSSES Latest Research with Bestselling Author, Tuck/Dartmouth Professor
March 16, 2016 Looking for a Career Move? To Find the Next PE Deal? FOCUS ON COVER LETTERS/EMAILS - Members Only Roundtable
March 15, 2016 CT: Program Planning Session - Members Only
March 11, 2016 New Member Orientation
March 09, 2016 CT: Exclusive - Google's Most Popular Program for Executives & Engineers
February 24, 2016 Looking for a Career Move? To Find the Next PE Deal? - Members Only Roundtable
February 17, 2016 PA: Grit to Great: How Perseverance, Passion and Pluck Take You From Ordinary to Extraordinary
February 10, 2016 DFW: Economic and Business Outlook Discussion
February 03, 2016 Looking for a Career Move? To Find the Next PE Deal? - Members Only Roundtable
February 02, 2016 NY: "Hello! And Every Little Thing That Matters" Impactful Ideas for Treating Your Customers Right
January 27, 2016 New Member Orientation
January 20, 2016 CT: Five (Effective) Ways to Build a Culture of Innovation
January 13, 2016 Looking for a Career Move? To Find the Next PE Deal? - Members Only Roundtable
January 11, 2016 NY: CEO Roundtable Dinner at NYU's Torch Club
January 06, 2016 Career Transition Benefits Available to CEO Trustees - Members Only Discussion
December 16, 2015 Looking for a Career Move? To Find the Next PE Deal? - Members Only Roundtable
December 07, 2015 DFW: Inwood Estates Winery - Tour, Tasting & Business Insights
December 04, 2015 "Battle of the Jersey Turnpike" at Prudential Center - Spouses/SOs Invited
December 02, 2015 Looking for a Career Move? To Find the Next PE Deal? - Members Only Roundtable
November 13, 2015 New Member Orientation
November 11, 2015 Effective Networking Strategies with the Career Affinity Group - Members-Only Roundtable
November 10, 2015 PA: Leadership Series with Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick
November 04, 2015 Looking for a Career Move? To Find the Next PE Deal? - Members Only Roundtable
October 29, 2015 DFW: Executive Pay - What Your Comp Consultant Won’t Tell You
October 28, 2015 CT: Scaling Everest: Insights from Extreme Mountaineering - at Historic POST 154 Restaurant
October 27, 2015 PA: EveryDay Leadership with Bill Clement at the Flyers VIP Lounge
October 21, 2015 Looking for a Career Move? To Find the Next PE Deal? - Members Only Roundtable
October 20, 2015 CT: Program Planning Session - Members Only
October 15, 2015 PA: Program Planning Session - Members Only
October 14, 2015 NY: Program Planning Session - Members Only
October 13, 2015 NY: Working Effectively with Private Equity - What You Need to Know
October 07, 2015 Looking for a Career Move? To Find the Next PE Deal? - Members Only Roundtable
October 01, 2015 PA: Selling with Breakthrough Author Bill Hogan - "Go Left!"
September 29, 2015 New Member Orientation
September 24, 2015 CT: Courage - Unleashing Your True Potential
September 17, 2015 DFW: CEO Roundtable Breakfast
September 09, 2015 NY: CEO Roundtable Dinner at the Terrace Club
July 15, 2015 New Member Orientation
June 16, 2015 NY: Offense? Defense? How to Deal with News Media Today
June 16, 2015 PA: CEO Roundtable Breakfast at Old York Road Country Club
June 03, 2015 New Member Orientation
May 29, 2015 PA: Program Planning Session - Members Only
May 14, 2015 NY: Exclusive Cocktail Reception and Luxury Auction Event at Trump SoHo NY – Spouses/SOs Included
May 13, 2015 PA: Combining Neuroscience with Business Strategy: A New Approach to Creating Catalytic Results
May 06, 2015 DFW: Program Planning Session - Members Only
April 29, 2015 CT: The Business of Beer: Brewery Tour, Talk, and Tasting at Two Roads Brewing Co.
April 29, 2015 CT: Program Planning Session - Members Only
April 28, 2015 NY: Program Planning Session - Members Only
April 27, 2015 PA: Program Planning Session - Members Only
April 24, 2015 New Member Orientation
April 23, 2015 DFW: CEO Cocktail Reception
April 20, 2015 NY: From Battlefield to Business: Lessons and Leaders
April 15, 2015 PA: Leadership Series and Stadium Tour with the Philadelphia Phillies
March 26, 2015 CT: CEO Cocktails and Roundtable Hour
March 18, 2015 Looking for a Career Move? To Find the Next PE Deal? - Members Only
March 10, 2015 NY: Utopian Dreams: Early Experiments in Corporate Social Responsibility
March 06, 2015 New Member Orientation
March 05, 2015 PA: CEO Roundtable Breakfast at Old York Road Country Club
February 26, 2015 CT: Technology Breaches – Is Your Business at Risk?
February 12, 2015 NY: CEO Roundtable Dinner at the Terrace Club
February 09, 2015 Looking Back and Moving Forward - Members Only
February 03, 2015 Looking for a Career Move? To Find the Next PE Deal? - Members Only
January 29, 2015 DFW: CEO Roundtable Breakfast
January 28, 2015 CEO Trust Leadership Team Board Meeting
January 27, 2015 CT: CEO Cocktails and Roundtable Hour
January 27, 2015 PA: Combining Neuroscience with Business Strategy: A New Approach to Creating Catalytic Results
January 20, 2015 New Member Orientation
December 05, 2014 New Member Orientation
November 20, 2014 NYC: Program Committee Meeting - Members Only
November 18, 2014 PA: Program Committee Meeting - Members Only
November 17, 2014 CEO Trust Leadership Team Orientation
November 12, 2014 PA: Executive Separations: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly!
November 11, 2014 NY: Conversations About Innovation
November 05, 2014 CT: CEO Roundtable Discussion
November 05, 2014 CEO Trust Leadership Team Orientation
October 31, 2014 DFW: Lunch with Ron Paul
October 22, 2014 CT: Leadership Series Featuring Rob Henrikson, Previous Chairman & CEO, MetLife
October 16, 2014 PA: Risk/Mobile/Investment/Cloud/Security? – A Technology Discussion
October 15, 2014 New Member Orientation
October 01, 2014 CT: Program Committee Meeting - Members Only
September 22, 2014 NY: Leadership - The Business of the Beatles, Broadway and Beyond
September 18, 2014 PA: CEO Roundtable
September 03, 2014 New Member Orientation
August 27, 2014 DFW: CEO Roundtable Breakfast
August 20, 2014 CT: An Evening of Live Theater with Spouses/SO's
July 24, 2014 CEO Trust Board / Leadership Team Meeting
June 25, 2014 PA: C-Level Coaching & Joyce Bradley Recognition
June 24, 2014 NY: CEO Roundtable Dinner at Terrace Club
June 11, 2014 CT: Influential Negotiation
June 04, 2014 DFW: CEO Roundtable
May 15, 2014 NY: Digital and Social Media Tips and Tricks
May 07, 2014 CT: Combining Neuroscience and Business Strategy: A New Approach to Creating Catalytic Results
May 06, 2014 PA: CEO Roundtable
April 03, 2014 NY: Combining Neuroscience and Business Strategy: A New Approach to Creating Catalytic Results
March 19, 2014 CT: Everyone’s In Sales: Building a Successful Sales Culture
March 05, 2014 Webinar: Outthink the Competition – How a New Generation of Strategists See Options Others Ignore
February 04, 2014 PA: Workforce Of The Future
January 29, 2014 DFW: CEO Roundtable Breakfast
December 07, 2013 Madison Square Garden Holiday Celebration -- with Spouses/SO
November 18, 2013 CT: Evaluating and Managing the Ever-Changing Landscape of Technology Risks
November 13, 2013 PA: CEO Roundtable
November 07, 2013 NY: Our Workforce 2020 - Colliding Trends and A New Game
October 16, 2013 CT: Going Global: Building a Workforce for the Peaks & Valleys of the Business Cycle
October 15, 2013 PA: Healthcare Reform: Is Your Business Ready?
October 09, 2013 NY: Privacy - "What's In Your IT System?"
September 16, 2013 NY: Researching Integrity - Dr. Jonathan Haidt: Author, NYU Stern Professor and TED Speaker
September 16, 2013 PA: Strategic Social Media
September 12, 2013 CT: CEO Roundtable Dinner at Via Sforza Trattoria
July 08, 2013 CT: Riverfront Celebration
June 25, 2013 NY: Celebration at Manhattan's New Urban Country Club
June 14, 2013 PA: Celebration at Longwood Gardens
May 20, 2013 CT: Program Committee Meeting and Mingling Reception
May 07, 2013 PA: CEO Roundtable Breakfast
May 06, 2013 NY: Exercise Your Mind
April 08, 2013 CT: All Aboard! How to Land Quality Board Seats
April 04, 2013 PA: Instilling an Ethical Culture: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly!
April 03, 2013 NY: CEO Personal Brand & Image
March 20, 2013 CT: The Ethics Imperative
March 05, 2013 NYC: Smarter Social Media for CEOs
February 19, 2013 CT: Riverfront Celebration
February 06, 2013 PA: Public vs Private Boards
February 05, 2013 NYC: Brazil – Land of Opportunity or Just Another Field of Dreams?
January 16, 2013 PA: Sports Leadership with Bill Giles of the Philadelphia Phillies
January 15, 2013 CT: Back to Basics: What Entrepreneurship Can Teach Seasoned Executives - RESCHEDULED from 11/7/12
January 09, 2013 NYC: Leadership Conversations
December 04, 2012 NY: Exclusive Celebration at Tourneau
November 15, 2012 NYC: Taxmageddon - The Election is Over, Now What?
November 07, 2012 PA: Celebration and the Arts
October 17, 2012 NYC: Digital Media - Staying Ahead of the Curve
October 16, 2012 PA:Interpreting Executive Compensation
October 10, 2012 NYC & CT: Insiders' Peek Into Today's Aviation
September 20, 2012 PA: Managing Crisis: Perspectives from Top Military Leaders
September 18, 2012 NYC: Finding Your Hidden Talent
September 12, 2012 CT: CEO Roundtable
July 18, 2012 NYC & CT: Celebration at a Connecticut Country Estate -- Spouses Invited
July 17, 2012 PA: Timeless Lessons in Planning and Execution
June 18, 2012 NYC: Times Square Celebration
June 12, 2012 PA: Emerging Technology Risks
June 06, 2012 CT: Local Economic Status and Outlook
May 17, 2012 PA: Celebration
May 15, 2012 NYC: Success at the Intersection of Innovation and Execution
May 09, 2012 CT: Doing Business in China
April 23, 2012 NYC: Criminalizing Corporate Behavior
April 19, 2012 PA: Breaking Away - Spinning Off & Standing Alone
April 18, 2012 CT: Do More With Less Time
March 21, 2012 NYC: What CEOs Can Learn from the Military: Leadership and Great Teams in Times of Crisis
March 13, 2012 CT: Private Equity and the Private Enterprise
March 12, 2012 PA: Secrets to Entrepreneurial Success
February 07, 2012 NYC/PA/CT: Post Madoff, Dodd-Frank and Other Challenges Facing the SEC
January 24, 2012 CT: Christopher Shays for the Leadership Series
January 18, 2012 NYC: Dr. Michael Useem for the Author Series
January 17, 2012 PA: Cash Rich Companies Continue to Not Hire - What Are We Waiting For?
December 12, 2011 PA: Board Bound
December 05, 2011 NYC & CT: Celebration - Spouses/Significant Others Welcome
November 17, 2011 CT: Workforce of the Future (Present?): Leading and Energizing Multiple Generations
November 09, 2011 NYC: Leading Into the Future
November 03, 2011 PA: C-Suite Trust Philadelphia Chapter Inaugural Celebration
October 12, 2011 CT: Leadership
October 05, 2011 NYC: CEO Roundtable
September 26, 2011 CT: Executive Compensation - New Date
September 13, 2011 NYC: John Steele Gordon for the Author Series
August 10, 2011 NYC: Commodity Inflation: How to Manage Risk and Understand Impact on Your Business
July 20, 2011 CT: Celebration
July 12, 2011 NYC: Emerging Technology Risks: What CEOs Need to Know
June 15, 2011 NYC: Celebration
June 07, 2011 CT: Finding, Developing and Retaining Great Talent
May 11, 2011 NYC: Breaking Away
May 09, 2011 CT: Dodd-Frank Financial Reform
April 28, 2011 NYC: Insights of Seasoned Chairmen
April 13, 2011 CT: Social Media for Business

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