Industry Magazine C•Suite Atlantic Magazine Spring 2018 - Page 13

FACT SHEET TEC Canada is a member-based leadership development organization of over 1200 chief executives, entrepreneurs and business owners across Canada. We have a 30-year track record of helping leaders stretch beyond individual capabilities to achieve personal and professional goals. Members increase their potential through the power of confidential group meetings, one-to-one executive coaching, business thought leadership and a global network of over 20,000 business leaders through our affiliation with Vistage Worldwide. TEC Canada focuses on personal transformation, leadership excellence and enterprise success. Every member participates in a confidential group composed of up to 16 diverse, trusted peers and chaired by an accomplished business leader. To meet the distinct needs of leaders at all stages of their learning and growth, we take great care to match our members to the right peer group by considering organizational size and stage of development. Groups meet regularly to interact with business experts and draw on the first-hand experience of their peers, exchanging direct, honest feedback to hold one another accountable and advocate success. Members also meet with their Chair individually to explore personal goals and accelerate action plans. NUMBERS PROFITABILITY & BALANCE COMPOUNDED ANNUAL GROWTH Nearly 80% of surveyed members believe TEC improves business profitability and work-life balance. That number jumps to 90% for decade plus members. TOTAL U.S. COMPANIES 80 TEC/VISTAGE MEMBER COMPANIES % 90 12.5 % 28 % Companies who joined Vistage over the past five years grew 2.2x faster than average small and medium-sized U.S. businesses, according to a 2017 analysis. % * TEC Member survey conducted by Infocus Consultants. + 60 + 1300 + 100K + 60 BILLION Chairs members employees in member companies, which represent over in annual revenues * Analysis performed on Dun & Bradstreet data for U.S. companies with $5M to $1B in annual revenue. CAGR for Vistage member companies (sample size: 788) calculated for companies still active as of April 2017; calculated from year of joining the Chief Executive program between 2011-2015) through 2016. CAGR for average U.S. small and medium-sized businesses (sample size: 918) based on 2011-2016 revenues. MANUFACTURING 18 % BUSINESS SERVICES 16 % CONSTRUCTION 10 % FINANCE 6 % WHOLESALE TRADE 5 % RETAIL TRADE 5 % INFORMATION INDUSTRIES 3 % ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 3 % REAL ESTATE AND LEASING 2 % OTHER 21 % 13