Frequently Asked Questions About LXCouncil
What is LXCouncil?
LXCouncil is a membership-based organization that creates peer advisory boards consisting of business owners and leaders. These councils – which are created through a meticulous interview process to ensure a non-competing, complementary board matching your expertise with the expertise of others – are designed to provide each member with tips, techniques, and constructive solutions for all professional issues. The councils also respect the fact that personal issues can have significant effects on professional growth and success, so these aspects are often incorporated in discussions.
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How do I become a member?
Each member will participate in an interview process to ensure that they will fit into a complementary, non-competing board. Throughout this process, you are encouraged to interview us as much as we are interviewing you. Do you fit within our member criteria? Click here to view some of our members.
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Why should I become a member?
There are many reasons to become a member of LXCouncil, chief among them being that a peer council will help you identify and over come the shortcomings of your business and leadership style.
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What types of businesses are involved in the councils?
We offer our program for many different industries, including manufacturing, sales, service, IT, financial, professional, engineering, non-profit and others. See some of our members here.
What is my investment?
Membership fees are based on the council level where you fit best. During the interview process, we will identify the right council for you, assuming we both agree to move forward. Your seat at the table is yours as long as it’s mutually beneficial for all involved.
What products and services does LXCouncil offer?
LXCouncil offers multiple levels of councils depending on the CEO’s level of experience, goals, and company. We also offer proprietary tools and processes that create the foundation of success for all our members. Those tools can be found in the Why LXCouncil, Proprietary Tools section.
Who will be part of my council?
Other local, successful CEOs whose experiences complement yours and your experiences will compliment theirs. The match of each council member is carefully done to ensure that all members will not only add value through their perspectives but also be challenged by the insights of the other members.
How much time does involvement in LXCouncil take?
The time commitment depends on the council you participate in but will be between 3-4 ½ hours a month. Additional time is encouraged to prepare for your council meeting with what you would like to gain perspective on. Some councils have retreats depending on the level of council you qualify for. Additionally if you desire coaching, that will be additional time at your request. Our members consistently state that they save time by coming monthly to their council meeting. Click here to listen to what they say about time, money and commitment.
What is a moderator and why does a council need one?
A moderator is trained internally through our proprietary process and methodology on how to facilitate the council meeting enabling the experience of the member to be at its highest level possible. To read what our members say about why a moderator is important, click here.
What benefits will I receive if I join as a member of LXCouncil?
There are many benefits both tangible and intangible. Our members indicate the intangible benefits from losing less sleep, making better, and faster decisions (click here to read more) as well as personal leadership growth are just some of the results. Click here to hear what our members say what they gain from being a member.
How do I find out if there is a council in my area?
Please contact us to discuss your interests and we can, together, determine if there is a right fit council for you. Contact us by clicking here.
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