Product Executives Forum
The Product Executives Forum provides C-level leaders and VPs the opportunity to engage with up to a dozen peers to share best practices and gain expert perspective from one another. Monthly sessions feature timely discussions regarding common challenges unique to high-growth, ed-tech organizations. Each session is hosted and facilitated by Ed-tech Leadership Collective founder and managing partner, Collin Earnst.
Consult our Program Management Policy for additional details.
Program Benefits Include:
- Monthly Zoom sessions (45-55 min.) conducted on the first Thursday of each month at 12:00 PM ET
- After each meeting, attendees receive a one-page summary of key takeaways
- Missed a session? Receive the top-5 insights of what was shared at the meeting
- Access to exclusive LinkedIn group for members of the program
- Optional 1-to-1 coaching sessions (reduced rate of $200 per 30-min. session)
- Invitations to exclusive in-person and online events sponsored by the Ed-tech Leadership Collective
There are three ways to participate:
What to Expect in a Typical Forum Session
The Ed-tech Leadership Collective's Forum programs provide an informative and enjoyable opportunity to let your guard down and learn from your peers. Discussions follow a schedule and framework, but are casual and collegial in nature.
- A typical meeting structure includes:
- Welcome / Member updates (5 min.)
- Facilitator frames the discussion topic (5 min.)
- Group discussion (30 min.)
- Reflection and Wrap-up –- Members provide brief written and verbal reflections on the day's discussion (10 min.)
- Members can anticipate having between 7-12 other members at each session. However, since attendance is not mandatory, some meetings may have fewer attendees and will present the opportunity for in-depth discussion and group coaching.
- Confidentiality is critical and all members must agree to the Collective's Confidentiality Policy prior to joining the program.
- Following each meeting, attendees will be provided with a one-page summary of the insights shared during the meeting. Members who were unable to attend receive a "Top 5 Takeaways" brief. No proprietary or company-confidential information is shared in the meetings or any of the post-meeting documents