Superior Performance & Profitability: It's All in Your Team's Execution

Developing critical strategies is a crucial step for leadership teams committed to achieving their goals. However, one of their biggest challenges is executing. We’ve developed a powerful program for the 2020 Executive Summit to show you how to achieve your goals by focusing your team on execution.

Our keynote speaker for the 2020 Executive Summit is Chris McChesney from FranklinCovey, co-author of The 4 Disciplines of Execution: Achieving Your Wildly Important Goals. He has a dynamic and interactive session planned for the event, and he recommends you bring as many members of our leadership team as possible.

Mark Vitner, Senior Economist for Wells Fargo (Wells’ housing expert) will present the state of the housing industry and 2020 economic forecast. 

Industry experts and leading builders from across the country will present their experiences of improved execution for achieving superior results.

We're offering a discount for multiple attendees so you and your senior management team can attend together to learn how to effectively execute  your most critical strategies. 

Join us for the 2020 Executive Summit and discover: 

  • Why building teams fail at executing effective strategies to achieve superior performance and profitability
  • How to assemble an effective team
  • Effective leadership methods for focusing your team on execution
  • Practical steps builders can take to become masters of execution and take their teams to the next level
  • Processes highly successful builders use to develop, implement, and execute effective strategies
  • Proven methods and procedures for achieving superior results from industry experts and leading builders across the country

Make plans now to join us for this unique learning and networking experience! 

Because of the popularity of this event, the Executive Summit is limited to 60 companies. Don't miss out. Register today!

Reading List

The 4 Disciplines of Execution: Achieving Your Wildly Important Goals by Jim Huling, Chris McChesney, and Sean Covey

The Checklist Manifesto: How to Get Things Right by Atul Gawande

The Great Game of Business: The Only Sensible Way to Run a Company by Jack Stack

Flawless Execution: Use the Techniques and Systems of America's Fighter Pilots to Perform at Your Peak and Win the Battles of the Business World by James D. Murphy

Execution: The Discipline of Getting Things Done by Larry Bossidy and Ram Charan

Early Bird Special Until 12/31/19:
Nonmember Registration Fee: $3,750
Third Attendee (and all subsequent): $3,000

Builder Partnerships Members: $2,750
BP Members Third Attendee (and all subsequent): $2,000

Prices After 12/31/19:
Nonmember Registration Fee: $4,000
Third Attendee (and all subsequent): $3,000

Builder Partnerships Members: $3,000
BP Members Third Attendee (and all subsequent): $2,000

Registration fee includes tuition and seminar manual. It does not include hotel room or travel.

What Builders are Saying About the Executive Summit

"I would characterize the event as the best one week learning experience of my life. Congratulations on organizing a very relevant seminar for leaders of residential building companies. I look forward to attending other seminars in the future!" -Carlino Development Group

"Each year we come back with pages of take away ideas, some that can be implemented with immediate results and others that are more long term strategies that have helped shape the culture of our organization. Harcrest Homes has benefited greatly in the growth of the quality of our organization by attending the summit." -Harcrest Homes

“I wanted to take a moment to thank you for another great conference. I really enjoy these events as I know I have a lot to learn and your conferences challenge me each year to find new ways to improve. I look forward to implementing a few more nuggets this year and helping our team get to the next level.” -StyleCraft Homes

"We are actively working on two initiatives I took away from our week together. You can count on me for next year's event." -Arbor Homes