With business challenges on the rise and resources to solve them on the decline, you’re walking up hill both ways to work just like your grandfather did back in the day. When uncertainty is the only certainty, where do you begin to make the most improvement?
TAB membership provides the resources senior leaders need to overcome major business challenges. Whether you’re looking to boost sales and marketing, achieve the optimal work-life balance or solve all your business and personal issues for good, start with TAB – and end with victory.
Unlike many membership organizations, TAB Membership is provided on a month-to-month basis. This means that every month, at every TAB Board meeting and private one-on-one coaching session, we strive to make sure you are receiving value from your TAB Membership.
We are confident your expectations will be met (or even exceeded) by your TAB Membership. That’s why the average length of TAB Membership is more than four years, with many of our Members exceeding 20 years or more! However, if you do decide to leave your seat on your TAB Board, all you need to do is let your Board Facilitator / Coach know.
In addition to not locking you into a lengthy membership contract, TAB also provides a Performance Guarantee for the first 90 days* of your TAB Membership. After working with your TAB Board and TAB Facilitator/Coach for 90 days, if for any reason you have not received any value from your TAB Membership, you may simply request a refund of your TAB Membership dues. See your TAB Facilitator/Coach for details.* Not available in all states and territories. # 2017 TAB Member Value Survey.
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