Content Library

The content we use at Iron Forums has been very carefully considered, thought out, and produced. We not only want it to be available for Iron Forums meetings, but we want it to be “transferable,” — used by our members to share with their wives, business partners, or staff. Of course if you miss a meeting (as business owners sometimes must), your facilitator can tell you which topic was covered, and you can “catch up” by watching the video, downloading the PDF, and answering the questions. It’s a good way to keep up, even if you have to skip a Forum.

We have entered into a partnership with Right Now Media @ Work to provide additional videos under each of our Snapshot segments. Iron Forums is making this available free of charge to you at Iron Forums RightNow Media @ Work. The exclusive page includes Iron Forums-produced content, as well as direct links to other videos we will be covering as an organization. Click this link: Iron Forums Right Now Media @ Work to see ALL Iron Forums content.

*If you do not have access to Right Now Media @ Work, please contact your Iron Forums Facilitator, or email Iron Forums Marketing Chair, Rob Marbury rob@marburycreativegroup.com to receive an invitation.

Lead by Following

Bruce Witt is the Facilitator of Iron Forums Cobb. He is also the President of Leadership Revolution, where for over a dozen years he has

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Dealing with Addiction

Mark Danzey holds a M.A. in Pastoral Ministries, ordination in the United Methodist Church, as well as certifications with the International Institute for Trauma and

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Living in Your Wake

This module challenges us as business owners and leaders to step back, and consider what it is like for those around us to “live in our

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How to Hire Right

Mark Pugh is an Iron Forums Facilitator for Alpharetta, and has years of experience leading the operations of few companies. Much of his duties revolved

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How to Fire Right

Mark Pugh is an Iron Forums Facilitator for Alpharetta, and has years of experience leading the operations of few companies. Much of his duties revolved

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