What is a Mastermind Group
Mastermind groups combine the power of brainstorming, peer mentoring, accountability and support to help members achieve success. The beauty of mastermind groups is the creative energy, enthusiasm and sense of community that members bring to each session. Motivated and inspired, members challenge each other to set strategic goals and more importantly to accomplish them. Through the group process, members sharpen professional skills, learn new tools, tips and make wiser decisions. Group members share best practises, resources, wisdom and experience to benefit others.
Mastermind groups are catalysts for clarity, growth, change and innovation. Fundamental to group success is member’s adherence to group requirements, to include:
- Willingness to give and receive feedback
- Being opened minded
- Meeting engagement
- Treating others with respect, honesty, and compassion
- Mutual support
What Will You Get From It?
More than you expect…
- Greater sense of purpose, clarity and direction
- Accountability and real progress in business and life
- Creative solutions and innovative ideas that come from brainstorming sessions
- Learn from the experience and skills of others, including the Facilitator
- Tips, tools, resources and techniques
- A growth strategy
- Decreased isolation
- An instant and valuable support network
How is this group unique?
An experienced facilitator works with members to create success through a community of sharing and learning. Each session is prepared and crafted to broaden perspective, knowledge and challenge members to think differently. Sessions are enriched with members’ expertise, intelligent inquiry, shared resources and genuine compassion for each other.
It’s not a training program, although there are short lessons; it’s not a networking group, although members build strong networks and it’s not a social group, although many friendships form from new connection and the community feel. Many successful people throughout history have used the concept of a mastermind group. We all know that two heads are better than one when it comes to solving a problem or creating a result.