COMPASS Consultants Corporation
Ron McKenzie - Architect. Author. Advisor.
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How to Join a Peer Group?
“Learn from each other and grow together.”
Peer Group members are hand selected after interviews, as it’s important to have the right mix of firms that share similarities such as construction delivery systems, market sectors, and company size. The group members will be coached in business planning methodologies to develop a growth mindset. They will also focus on managing people as that is what allows your company to grow.
THE FIRST STEP is to indicate your interest by filling out the CONTACT US FORM and SUBMIT it to us. As soon as we have received your information, we’ll personally contact you and discuss your peer group goals, and answer any questions you may have. There is no obligation by filling out the FORM, we just want to make sure your questions are answered. Cost of membership is an annual fee of $4,195.00 plus expenses. The firm receives a 15% discount for the second person.
THE SECOND STEP you will be sent a full statement as to the BD Peer Group Agreement and the Code of Ethics that apply to all members who join the group. Each peer group is custom designed to make sure that there are like companies. For example, it doesn't do any good to mix some small companies with large companies as the operations are so difficult. Plus, they must not be able to compete with each other as that would minimize in sharing best practices. Ron spent over seven years facilitating construction non-competing peer groups, so knows what works, and what doesn't work.
THE THIRD STEP is to provide payment to reserve your seat. We will INVOICE your company once you have been accepted into the group. There is no upfront payment until a group is formed.
THE FOURTH STEP is to secure your room reservations. The first Peer Group will be located in Las Vegas. Location, dates and times will be announced and rooms blocked out. However, it is your responsibility to secure
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THE FIFTH STEP is to take part in a conference call to meet your new peer group members. Also, you will receive a "homework" assignment to prepare for the meeting. Remember, a peer group becomes very much like a Board of Directors. The conference call will be about two weeks prior to the first meeting.