It’s lonely at the top!! Every organizational leader has experienced this reality. You are faced with a problem that you desperately need to talk about, but you can’t talk with anyone in the organization. Your closest advisors may be people such as your accountant or attorney, but you don’t have confidence that they have the requisite organizational wisdom to guide you. Family and friends are not good options since, generally, they too lack specific wisdom and furthermore they are biased. You need to talk to a person who has wisdom about organizational issues who can objectively and confidentially listen and give you sound counsel. Who do you call?
What you need is a peer relationship with others who are engaged in the workplace as you are and have sound wisdom.
Here is a solution for you--the Business Roundtable (BRT) sponsored by Strategies@Work, LLC. The BRT is a venue to build synergistic relationships with wise organizational leaders who can help you and whom you can help.
The BRT is a group of six to twelve organizational leaders who meet monthly to fellowship, pray, and learn together. Participants develop rich relationships with peers who can help address the most vexing problems of business and life. As trust grows, participants share problems and ideas with each other, and pray for each other. What a comfort to know there is someone praying for you who understands your problems and can offer wise counsel to you as well.
In addition to prayer and the fellowship of peer relationships, each monthly meeting is a learning venue. Biblical organizational best practices are presented and discussed. These practices are based on the Beyond Babel Model presented in the book Beyond Babel written by Gerald Chester, President of Strategies@Work, LLC. This Model will challenge both your understanding of organizational theory and your practices. As you embrace biblical best practices of the Beyond Babel Model, you will be equipped to lead your organization more fully in alignment with the will and ways of God.
And a bonus to all this is access to seasoned consultants—men and women trained in the biblical best practices presented in the Beyond Babel Model. Each BRT meeting is led by a consultant. And beyond the monthly group BRT meeting, the consultant meets monthly with each participant for personal fellowship, prayer, counsel, and support.
Consider the BRT. It is working for many organizational leaders. It can work for you!
For information, contact one of our consultants.