While this session was originally planned to help an individual HiPo gather information for an upcoming initiative to build their expanding treasury function, this session offers a valuable opportunity for members to share their own org charts and compare how different responsibilities are allocated across their treasury function. This session could also dovetail with similar discussions within other NeuGroup cohorts to form a broader discussion with cross-functional insights.
NeuGroup for High Potentials is in pilot mode and has garnered significant attention from members. The goal of the group, which began meeting regularly in 2020, is to give developing treasury professionals exposure to the peer group experience and help them build a tight personal network of peers that can span their careers. This group contains a wide variety of levels of experience and specialty, but they all share the trait of being promising treasury staff just below the level that typically get to attend NeuGroup meetings. Nominated members should expect high interaction with peers using real-time tools for collaboration.
Interim meetings are meant for members of the specified peer group. These meetings originated in response to Covid-19 to keep members connected virtually in between semi-annual peer group meetings. They have a headline topic or topics presented for discussion, followed by an open forum for additional peer sharing and learning on other items.