View From The Top: Robert Holland

In this podcast, Robert Holland, CEO of Vistage Michigan in St. Clair Shores/Ann Arbor, the world's leading chief executive organization, talks about how the group helps business leaders grow their operations...



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View From The Top Ep. 40 at U Detroit Cafe on YouTube.

In this podcast, Robert Holland, CEO of Vistage Michigan in St. Clair Shores/Ann Arbor, the world's leading chief executive organization, talks about how the group helps business leaders grow their operations, prepare for succession planning, and launch overseas expansion opportunities, among other initiatives. Vistage Michigan members meet in small peer advisory groups to help one another become better leaders, make better decisions, and achieve higher results. Holland also provides an economic forecast through 2014. The podcast was filmed at U Detroit Cafe in downtown Detroit, and was edited by John Lebang of Soul Struck Lighting.

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