Have you attended a “F100 CFO Summit” only to find it includes executives from smaller companies? PIE communities bring together similarly-functioned executives from same-sized companies for peer conversations. All exchanges are kept small, participation is by invitation only and no delegates are allowed. The conversations are a chance to learn from others and to pressure-check what they are doing against a true peer group.
Conversations focus on the questions and interests of the members. We interview participants in advance of every interaction to make sure the agenda reflects the interests of those participating.
As a third party, our only goal is to create a conversation you find useful, a position that prevents bias. Our focus is to create maximum impact in the least amount of time. All conversations are held using the Chatham House Rule ensuring confidentiality.
Communities are hosted by professional services firms who are committed to underwriting an industry’s conversation. Exchanges are never advertisements or webinars. Participation is not an obligation; it is an ongoing opportunity to engage in sessions as they fit your calendar.
VP of Corporate and International HR, Peabody Energy
“The round tables are one of the best ways I know to stay abreast of the most pressing and current topics facing HR. They are well organized, well facilitated and give me a group of peers to network with personally and professionally. The sessions are solution based and the dialogue among the group always leaves me with great ideas and insights from some of the best HR leaders around.”
Communities we have built on behalf of clients include:
Strategy and Leadership Exchanges
Human Resource Exchanges
Marketing, Sales and Customer Experience Exchanges
Learning and Innovation Exchanges
Senior Expert Revenue Management, Deutsche Telekom
“With the pace of change in business today, it’s helpful to have a respected peer group I can learn with. The topics are always timely and relevant to my interests because I help choose them.”