Should I Join A TPEN Peer Group?

April 22, 2016 03:12 PM

The updated business website from Farm Journal’s Top Producer Executive Network (TPEN) educates producers about the value of peer-to-peer networks and explains how to join and participate in a confidential peer group of farm decision-makers.

Think of TPEN as your personal brain trust composed of producers who aren’t competitive with your business yet are highly successful and driven to innovate. Whether you need to discuss succession planning, markets, employees, business strategy, family matters or other issues, TPEN yields lasting friendships and a place for critical and confidential discussions.

The peer-group program is broken into three key roles: executive peer advisory group, conduit to strategic resources and thinktank for collaboration. On-farm meetings are held twice each year at members’ operations, and an annual Signature Event brings producers together for exclusive in-depth professional development and networking.

You don’t have to take TPEN’s word for it, either. On the testimonials page, you’ll find a 3-minute video, photos and quotes with real members who’ve found real business value in being part of a TPEN peer group. You can also meet the farm business experts who serve as facilitators for our peer groups, learn about the history of the program and catch up on news headlines about peer groups and TPEN members.

Interested in joining? Fill out this quick survey and a TPEN representative will get in touch very soon with more information.

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