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The CEO Support Group II

December 12, 2019 @ 7:00 am - 8:30 am

|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every 2 weeks that begins at 7:00am on Thursday, repeating until December 12, 2019

$100 – $500

The CEO Support Group II

Leading a company as an executive comes with many challenges that go beyond the workplace. What are yours?

Fall 2019 in Tucson, Arizona

Every 2 Weeks on Thursdays, 7-8:30AM (See dates below)

The Problem

As an Executive or CEO, you endure high stress due to pressures in your role. Like most executives, you are likely trying to deal with this stress on your own. Sharing these with others (including spouses) who are not in your position may be very difficult. Without ways to vent and receive specialized support, stress manifests and migrates to all areas of your life, reduces work performance, deteriorates your health and threatens your vital personal relationships.

Fortunately, some executives have been successful at shifting their lifestyle, but never in isolation.

The Solution

Peer group support is priceless. Believe it or not, other local executives understand the problems you are facing. Some have found solutions and are happy to share these with you. Others in the group will greatly benefit from hearing your experiences.

Facilitated by a high caliber executive coach and a local CEO, the power of the CEO Support Group can bring much needed support at a critical time in your life. Instead of a focus on business development or “how to run a company”, the group focuses on personal challenges that hit closer to home.

Group Topics Include:

  • Marriage, Parenting, and Divorce
  • Recovering From High Stress Periods
  • Resting and Conserving Your Energy
  • How Stress Ruins Your Health
  • Recovering From Trauma
  • How Wellness Impacts Performance
  • Self-Awareness and Your Limitations
  • Coping With Depression and Emotions
  • Building Your Support Network

How Does It Work?

The group of 20 peer executives meets twice per month during hours that do not interfere with work schedules. Groups are confidential, and moderated by a qualified health and wellness coach and a featured CEO from the local community. Together, they motivate the group to share, communicate, and grow.

Meet Biweekly

20 C-Suite Executives

CEO Wellness Coached

Closed & Secure

Tax Benefits!

Sign up for the biweekly event and choose what donation level works for you. Your company may also make a donation on your behalf, and donations are tax deductible.

Quick 90-Minute Session Includes:

From 7:00-8:30am with light breakfast & coffee provided

CEO Welcome and Introduction

Wins and Clears
Individual introductions and sharing of struggles and successes

Featured Topic
Guest speaker, moderator planned discussion, or targeted topic that is important to the group

Closing Thoughts


***Light breakfast & coffee provided***

Note: This is a pre-work hours event. Membership not required.

Our Moderator, Mitch Pisik

Mitch Pisik has worked with clients as a Business Consultant, Executive Coach, Strategic Facilitator, Trainer and professional Speaker for the past twenty years; doing so running his full-time practice since 2016. He is fortunate to be in a position where he can leverage the award-winning successes for fifteen years of turning-around and growing four diverse Private-Equity portfolio businesses as CEO (in New York, Texas, and Arizona); and previously for seventeen years as a Senior Executive in operations, consulting, business development, strategy, finance, mergers and acquisitions, and finance at several of the world’s largest global companies – including Kraft, Newell-Rubbermaid, Novartis, and KPMG. He has conducted business in over three dozen countries.

What’s Next?

Register for the CEO Support Group today. Each ticket or donation is tax deductible – whether made by an individual or company. In addition to this, you are welcome to consider our yearly membership that feature in-depth executive health and wellness retreat programs. 

Questions You Might Have…

Who should attend?

This group is intended solely for individuals in the executive (C-Suite) role in their organization or sole proprietor of a business.  We do welcome professionals in senior management roles as well.

How often does the group meet?

Every 2 weeks. You are NOT required to attend each session, but you are encouraged to do so. Depending on the group, a different schedule may be agreed upon.

How much does it cost?

The CEO Support Group is supported by donations and sponsorships. $100 per session is recommended for non-members, however you may make a donation of your choosing. Members are still encouraged to donate, but a small portion of the yearly membership fees do fund the CEO Support Group activities.

What is the format of the group discussion?

The group is moderated and sponsored by a local CEO who has exceptional self-awareness and demonstrated leadership in personal development. The moderator will help focus conversations on the group, but how the individual executive can achieve the best outcome for a specific personal struggle. This is NOT a business development or business “how-to” group.

For example, “I have the employee that is killing company morale”. The conversation can turn to problem solving how or what to do with the employee, rather focus on the executive; “How does that make you feel? What are you telling yourself?” type of questions.

May I bring a co-worker or another executive?

Yes! You are welcome to bring one other person. Please make a donation and keep in mind that the CEO Support Group is funded by donations and sponsorships only. Interested in bringing your executive leadership staff? Please contact us and we can discuss sponsorship or private group or team-building sessions.

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December 12, 2019
7:00 am - 8:30 am
$100 – $500
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Positive Impact Foundation


Hacienda Del Sol, Luxury Historic Hotel
5501 N Hacienda Del Sol Road
Tucson, AZ 85718 United States
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