Executive Business and Leadership Roundtables

Three different types of roundtables aimed at specific target groups are available. These roundtables are by invitation only and limited to a specific number of participants. They are generally held on the same day of every month for the planning purpose of participants.

Executive Roundtables

These sessions are exclusive for business owners, presidents and C-suite executives only. The roundtable focus is on current topics, future trends and many of the challenges faced by people in top-level positions.

What to expect:

  • The sessions are interactive, educational and a safe place for discussing challenges and opportunities as well as seeking peer feedback and input.
  • As facilitators, Ravi and Lynn bring their own research and studies into the discussion to stretch the group thinking.
  • Held monthly all year round.

Business Roundtables

These roundtables are similar to the executive roundtables mentioned above except they are open to senior and middle management levels.

What to expect:

  • These sessions are interactive, educational and a safe place for discussing challenges and opportunities as well as seeking peer feedback and input.
  • As facilitators, Ravi and Lynn bring their own research and studies into the discussion to stretch the group thinking.
  • Previously held monthly in physical locations across Connecticut, Western and Central Massachusetts, we are now bringing all the groups together virtually starting in September 2020.
  • Our 2020-2021 Season is open for registration.  To learn more about this season’s theme or to register click here.

MGL Graduate Roundtable

These roundtables are exclusively of past graduates of our MGL program.

What to expect:

  • The purpose and mission is continuous learning, networking and future thinking to stay ahead in the knowledge of the forces of change and their impact on business.
  • Held monthly all year round.

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