What is the Vistage Executive Summit?

A powerful event designed entirely for executives, sponsored by local Vistage Champions!

Dynamic expert speakers leave you with insights to expand your perspectives, refine your instincts and improve your judgment – all of which will help you make better decisions.

Peer-to-peer interactive breakout sessions will explore how to approach current challenges to uncover opportunities.

Attend the Vistage Executive Summit to:

  • Optimize your business. Uncover new opportunities using fresh perspectives from trusted experts.

  • Enhance your leadership. Sharpen your focus on the areas of greatest opportunity.

  • Lead with innovation. Bring a higher level of creativity and problem solving skills to your organization.

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Alan Beaulieu

Alan Beaulieu
President of ITR Economics

Featured Presentation: Winds of Change

What are the leading indicators saying about the economy for the rest of 2018? What is the outlook for 2019? Alan Beaulieu, President of ITR Economics, will decipher business cycle changes reshaping the future, sharing which actions will have an impact, for better or worse. The consumer drove the economy to where it is today. Find out why the consumer could be in a weakened position for 2019 — hint— it’s tied to the stock market and to savings and interest rates. Leave with a clearer vision for the future, and an understanding of policy influences on the economy. 

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MEET OUR LOCAL VISTAGE CHAMPIONS

Vistage Minnesota Champions represent a diverse range of industries and sponsor events for all of our local members. Our member companies generate more than $9 billion in revenue and employ thousands of people in Minnesota. Each has a unique story to tell about joining Vistage - and the successes that have followed.

Greg Kaupp

Greg Kaupp, CEO

ArcherPoint, Inc
ERP Systems Integrator & Reseller
 
Sharon Bloodworth

Sharon Bloodworth, President

White Oaks Wealth Advisors
Financial Services
 
Jim Ginther

Jim Ginther, Managing Director

U.S. Compliance
Environmental, Health, and Safety Consulting
 
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WHY JOIN VISTAGE?

Take action, get results, achieve your goals.

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Change Your
Perspective

Stop working in your business! Start working on your business with a group of like-minded, trusted advisors in a safe, confidential environment.

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Discuss What Keeps You Up At Night

It’s easy to feel isolated in a leadership position. You deserve a comfortable space to voice executive concerns and to ask difficult questions. 

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Grow Your
Company

You don’t have the time to be an expert in every facet of your business. Get objective advice (specific to your needs) in a one-on-one setting.

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Enhance Your
Leadership Skills

Effective leaders are curious, lifelong learners. Improve your business and your work-life balance with new ideas from interactive workshops.

EXPERIENCE VISTAGE

MEMBER TESTIMONIALS

  • Vistage exposes me to a lot of ideas that focus on improving my leadership skills. At meetings, I receive direct feedback from my fellow CEOs. I learn from them what works and what does not.

    Rhoda Olsen
    • Rhoda Olsen, CEO
      Great Clips
  • My key leaders say they’ve seen changes in me since joining Vistage. They have seen me become more strategic and more confident in my abilities to lead the company in the direction we must take to be successful.

    Cory Ploen
    • Cory Ploen, CEO and President
      QualiTech
  • There’s no question that the strategic planning process that came out of working with the group has had a dramatic impact on the business. I think being able to come out of the recession as quickly as we did was related to the planning process.

    Dave Lagerstrom
    • Dave Lagerstrom, CEO
      Turck Industrial Automation

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