Strategic Planning that Actually Works for Chambers

Strategic Planning can either give you clarity or cloud your process. 


Manage Priorities and Keep Growing

Reduce Burnout for Board and Team

Improve Communication by Clarifying Roles

You are losing momentum because your strategic plan is on your shelf instead of your calendar

  • Do you wish you had a better relationship with your board? 
  • Do you feel that you might be offering too many programs? 
  • Could staff roles be updated or clarified? 
  • Are you concerned about the burnout of your volunteer leaders? 
  • Do you feel that you could be a better executive if you had access to the right tools? 
  • Do you wish there were fewer fires to put out and more accomplished in your day? 

40+ Combined Years of Strategy Execution for Membership Organizations

Kyle Sexton has invited Eric Ryan of Mission Met to help Chamber Executives turn their strategy into execution

As an instructor at the Institute for Organization Management,

I often hear from leaders just like you about how much you take on in your day. I also know how hard it is communicate your larger vision with your team when you’re so close it. I’ve spent decades in membership organizations and helped hundreds of chambers and economic development corporations, and it’s why I’ve asked Eric Ryan of Mission Met to help us understand the connection between chamber problems and strategic planning.


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