ABL's Round Tables are "safe places" where bright and insightful
business leaders take turns sharing business/life experiences and Big
Ideas with the sole intention of helping themselves and each other grow
great organizations that advance the state of health and/or technology.
Our Members are encouraged to openly share their toughest issues and
concerns with one another, receiving in return candid feedback that is
unbiased, informed, and well-intentioned.
Treating that which is of a confidential nature – either regarding a
fellow Member’s business or person – with the strictest confidence is
required of all participants in ABL Round Tables, be they ABL Members or
Integrity and high ethical behavior are expected of ABL Members,
leadership and staff. Round Table participants acknowledge that they are
“insiders" and, therefore, do not trade (long or short) in the stock of
our publicly-traded Members’ companies, based on what is disclosed in
the Round Tables.
While encouraging candor, the ABL culture is one of professionalism,
camaraderie, support, good humor, and civility - exhibited in both our
Round Tables and office environment.
We know that business challenges and opportunities are often "just
around the bend." That's why we scour the media and tap both Members and
respected resources to serve as beacons to our Members, with "heads up"
insights to maximize their potential opportunities and minimize the
risks looming on the horizon.
ABL believes that effectiveness derives from continuously sharing and
applying new learning, innovative methods, and best practices. This
focus on continuous improvement permeates all of what ABL does as an
At ABL, we hire, develop and retain talented individuals who are
committed to achieving the Organization's mission, vision, values and
objectives, and in return, we strive to provide great Round Table and