Increase Your Impact, Build Your Career

Peer Group for Executive Leaders


Building leadership skills in preparation for growing into the highest levels of executive leadership.


  • For leaders in operations and finance (COO/CFO/Executive Vice Presidents)
  • Offer non biased input to difficult business decisions that are only made at the executive level.
  • Be an accountability resource to ensure each leader is accomplishing the strategy and goals set for their company.
  • Provide expert educational resources that deliver information which is critical for executive development.
  • Participant in “one-to-one” coaching to focus on specific issues the leader is facing.
  • Act as an advisory board for the strategic direction of the company
  • Sharing business resources that can provide value to the operation of their businesses.

Membership Format

15 members maximum

Group meetings monthly – 8:30 am – 12:30 pm

1 on 1 Coaching Sessions

Annual Leadership Assessments

Member Demographics

Company revenue size: $2MM – $80MM

Average leadership tenure of more than 5 years

Multiple industries (Accounting, Technology, Service, Manufacturing, Education)


Guest speakers will bring new ideas and thought provoking processes to your experience throughout the year.

An ongoing resource library of the best from publications like the Harvard Business Review is available to members.


The EIG Model


Each year, you will complete a leadership assessment to benchmark your strengths and weaknesses.

Goal setting

Based upon your assessment, we’ll set concrete goals for attaining new levels of impact.


Peers and coaches hold you accountable to your goals and commitments.

A Leader with Impact

Wally Brant, CEO of Indiana Oxygen

Indiana Oxygen is a rare specimen among Indiana businesses:  a family owned, private company that has continuously operated for 100 years!

Walter “Wally” Brant is the third generation of Brant family members and the current CEO of Indiana Oxygen.

The company was founded in 1915 by brothers Walter and John Brant (Senior).  The first key customer of Indiana Oxygen was the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.  The relationship is still going strong.  In 1915, Indiana Oxygen supplied compressed air for the tires (prior to that, the tires were all pumped by hand).  Today, the company supplies nitrogen gas for pneumatic tools, and welding gases for the teams.  Indiana Oxygen is the oldest continuous accessory sponsor the Speedway.

This past May (2015), the Indiana Chamber of Commerce name Indiana Oxygen one of the state’s “Best Places to Work.” 

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