Our Leadership Forum Group (LFG) is centered on a question: What if leadership were choosing to take a posture of responsibility for the lives you touch?
For more than 15 years, leaders have counted on Fathom to help them achieve new levels of organizational performance, prosperity and purpose. Now, leaders find themselves in a time where everything has changed and leading into this unknown is both an unpredictable and essential act. In times like these, there is nothing more powerful than having access to a forum that gives you exclusive access to a community of like-minded leaders.
What the Leadership Forum Group looks like
The Leadership Forum Group is a private weekly Zoom event limited to ten participants. We enroll a new cohort each quarter: January, April, July, and October.
In these 90-minute sessions, Fathom’s Brent Robertson facilitates conversations that invite exploration of your most urgent issues and ambitions. And over the course of each three-month program, you will be introduced to 12 powerful “tools” that will equip you with frameworks and practices that will dramatically advance the impact your leadership has.
If you choose to participate, you will find yourself better equipped to address the urgent issues your organization faces, and to create conditions that favors the future you seek. As an added benefit, you will enjoy access to a supportive community of other leaders committed to taking their leadership to the next level.
If you are responsible for an organization or community, and want to amplify your influence, we invite you to apply.
Fees for the 3 month forum are $2,500.00
Brent Robertson works with leaders to design futures worth believing in. A partner at Fathom, he champions an approach to strategic planning, leadership development, talent engagement, and market differentiation that prioritizes people and relationships. As a result, his clients don’t simply plan their futures, they bring them to life through organization-wide involvement in, and commitment to, generating valuable businesses that matter. To understand more about Brent’s thoughts on the practice of leadership, watch his interview on ConnectionPoint: