The Council™ CEO Roundtable
What if you could have some of the
highest-performing bank CEOs
serving as your informal board of directors?
A great program to become a better executive and an even better program to become a greater human being.
—C. Holland, Chief Executive Officer, Farmers State Bank of Alto Pass
2022 Extraordinary Bank of the Year™ Award Winner
I love coming to this group. While most bank CEOs become paralyzed waiting for the economy and competition to define their results, this CEO group catapults ahead because we realize that adversity happens every day. This group shrugs it off as normal and works together to find ways to capitalize on those adversities.
—D. Ahlers, President & CEO, Sterling Federal Bank
I stopped going to most bank CEO conferences—they're talking about things you taught us almost 20 years ago as if they are new ideas.
—P. Steele, President & CEO, Builtwell Bank
2014 Extraordinary Bank of the Year™ Award Winner
2015 Institute for Extraordinary Banking™ Hall of Fame Inductee
The Council gathers the most results-oriented, revered, and elite community bank CEOs
around what’s working right now and what’s coming.
This is the Board of Directors you always wished you had.
CEOs must surround themselves with people who ask tough, thought-provoking questions because the nature of the job requires it. Climbing the ranks, you didn’t get to where you are by thinking you know everything. You got there—and you stay there—by constantly challenging yourself.
Members of The Council Roundtable—the group of elite bank CEOs led by Roxanne Emmerich—are meeting weekly (in addition to twice per year for deep-dive sessions) to share timely intel, profound insights, and transformative ideas for pulling ahead through challenging circumstances.
Members of the Roundtable are, quite frankly, high-jumping way ahead of their competitors. Their individual and collective innovation and wisdom about what really works now is creating enviable results and breakthroughs beyond what the rest can even begin to understand.
As CEO, you need this brain trust for yourself as much as for your bank. And we just might need you too: your unique perspective, your specific expertise, and your camaraderie.
What will it cost you and your bank not to have access to this respected brain trust? Specifically, what will it cost your sales team and your results?
Will another year go by without achieving what you know your bank is capable of—while competitors advance?