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What is an HTG peer group?


An HTG peer group is a group of 10-12 like-minded IT company leaders who meet quarterly in a non-competitive environment to network and discuss issues specific to each member’s concerns as a company owner, president or manager.

HTG peer group value proposition

The HTG peer group experience is a unique forum for technology industry resellers who are serious about implementing a model for success in their own businesses through sharing and collaboration of best practices.

How many groups does HTG currently have?

25 Groups.

Profile of a Peer

  • Participatory management style (not "top down")
  • Open and willing to share information about all facets of the business
  • Looking to learn from others and to share his/her experiences (both successes and failures)
  • Progressive thinker—innovative and open to new ideas
  • At least 5 years of experience in the business; strong understanding of the industry
  • A good sense of humor
  • Chemistry that works with other peers in the group

Requirements of Joining a Peer-Group Community

  • Executive or management structure
  • Sign HTG contract with non-compete clause
  • Disclosure of budgets and other financial information
  • Sharing of ideas
  • Expectation of regular attendance and participation by executive or company management
  • Similar client orientation
  • Similar business issues

Questions to consider:

  • Are you willing to dedicate time and energy to a peer group?
  • Are you willing to share your experiences with others and to learn from their experiences?
  • Do you have a culture that welcomes new ideas and honest critiques in your business?
  • Do you consider yourself an industry leader who is continually trying to improve and evolve?

Final Thought:

Vision without execution is hallucination. If you have caught the vision of what HTG is trying to do through our peer group initiative, and your answers to the above questions are yes; we want to hear from you! Being the best in the business comes from surrounding yourself with the best. We welcome you to the HTG peer group experience.

HTG Peer Groups has 2 Reviews

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Arlin and his team have taught our company to have 30% growth for 5 years straight, and still have great company values, a great company culture, and much much more. We are now training our second level of leaders through HTG, and getting even more value.
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I joined HTG peer groups in 2012 and it has been one of the most transformative milestones in the growth of our business. I have lost count of the amount of nuggets of wisdom I have received from peer meetings, presentations, partners, coaches and the variety of other opportunities to be immersed in business and leadership wisdom.
You get access to knowledge from hundreds of other member of the tech community so you don't have to come up with all the good ideas yourself. Asides from industry knowledge, the general leadership development opportunities have been incredibly beneficial personally and professionally.
The biggest hurdle was making the commitment to fly out four times a year for 2-3 days trips, particularly since previously we had never committed anywhere near that much time to professional development or working "on the business" rather than "in the business". No regrets, only wish I had been smart enough to try it earlier. Definitely a competitive advantage.
The biggest hurdle was making the commitment to fly out four times a year for 2-3 days trips, particularly since previously we had never committed anywhere near that much time to professional development or working "on the business" rather than "in the business". No regrets, only wish I had been smart enough to try it earlier. Definitely a competitive advantage.' /> The biggest hurdle was making the commitment to fly out four times a year for 2-3 days trips, particularly since previously we had never committed anywhere near that much time to professional development or working "on the business" rather than "in the business". No regrets, only wish I had been smart enough to try it earlier. Definitely a competitive advantage.' />