This unique program is outlined in more detail below:
Meetings take place at the beginning of each quarter that includes both the principal and one key executive. The executive may change depending on the content focus for each meeting. The total process takes 12 months. The principal and executive will work together with other company participants and the Matrix facilitators to learn the Principal Imperative system, identify “right” practices, and build action strategies for implementation within their own leadership team.
The Principal Imperative Experience: EXPERIENCED INSTRUCTORS & FACILITATORS:
The PI experience was developed by instructors with years of hands‐on expertise leading and working closely with executives in the Downstream Energy & Convenience Retail industry and beyond. The program experience will be led by top‐notch facilitators and instructors supported by the Matrix transaction team. Their broad knowledge and industry expertise will offer participants a unique perspective on business development, valuations and current trends in the marketplace.
DISTINCT AND MEASURABLE SYSTEM:
The PI system guides principals and other company executives in the exploration of the company’s opportunities to build and expand their business, creating comprehensive plans to achieve long‐term success in a distinct and measurable manner. The learning and work expectations are rigorous. The PI system focuses on bottom‐line improvements that increase corporate value and long‐term company success. Participants who fully engage in the PI system, including completion of all on‐the‐job application activities, will be empowered with a new skill set that can immediately be put to use.
VARIED LEARNING MODALITIES:
Program learning is based on the 70/20/10 rule of adult‐learning. Ten percent of learning comes from the leading‐edge curriculum and guidance by the program instructors. Twenty percent comes from cohort sharing with fellow (noncompeting) participants, and 70% of learning comes from application and implementation experiences with the leadership teams from each company.
Participants will meet quarterly (2‐day sessions) working with executive facilitators that bring hands‐on expertise and leading‐edge thinking to help participants develop a customized “Company Success Plan”. Participants will be assigned homework after each session to apply what they have learned and prepare for the next session. This is not a peer‐networking group that meets with a focus on sharing best practices or exchanging corporate financial measurements, nor is it an educational seminar focused solely on one aspect of training and development.
A NEW PERSPECTIVE:
The PI system and quarterly experiences promise to invigorate executives who attend, providing fresh thinking and problem‐solving techniques to enhance company leadership capabilities and drive increased company performance.
BUSINESS AND TALENT INTEGRATION APPROACH:
Over the 12 months, development of the long‐term “Company Success Plan” will also include putting together a comprehensive talent development plan. This plan will drive company alignment, define and connect the company strategy to the human capital strategy and set priorities for operational and financial targets. These plans enhance the implementation process and create lasting change with strong culture and governance policies for each company.