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Roles in the REF Community
Business leaders responsible for developing the REF operation in their territories, co-designing and co-assembling Forum Groups with their Forum Leaders.
CEO or C-Level experience
15+ years of proven business leadership
Renowned in their business community
Continuous growth mindset
Entrepreneurial vision and capacity to execute
Time availability to build and run the REF operation
Develops and scales the REF operation in their territory
Designs, assembles, and facilitates 1 Forum Group (minimum) of 12-15 best-in-class Business Leaders
Builds a team of Forum Leaders and mentors them to co-design and assemble their Forum Groups
Builds an administrative and operational team according to the local REF Enterprise Model
Meet some of our partners
"To join a peer group to evolve personally and professionally seemed irresistible to me. Being a Forum Leader has been much more rewarding than I could imagine. Today, 16 years later, it is one of my sources of highest personal satisfaction.".
Forum Leader & Partner since 2004
Harvard University, and MBA from MIT
Founder & Partner of a Real Estate Firm
"I am passionate about facilitating, articulating, and listening. As a Forum Leader, I have the opportunity to help business leaders so that their well-being has a positive impact on their lives and their companies.".
Forum Leader& Partner since 2013
Cambridge University, Stanford University, Warwick, Hyper Island
Founder and Director OutObox AG Ltd.
"Being part of REF goes beyond getting feedback from successful CEOs to your strategic business needs. It is also about creating deep bonds of friendship, new business opportunities and bringing joy to your life!".
REF Partner since 2020
MBA Ross Business School at the University of Michigan
"We believe evolved and connected leaders are a positive force in the world.".
Partner & Forum Leader since 2003
MBA Harvard Business School
Executive Chairman - Renaissance Executive Forums