Many experienced business leaders have explored the concept of peer-to-peer groups, often referred to as Mastermind groups. The right group can offer a number of benefits, including brainstorming, education, accountability and support, using a group setting to sharpen business and personal skills.
Can a mastermind group help you achieve success? With the bright group and the right facilitator you and your mastermind group members can better problem solve and expand knowledge through each other’s experience set. The role of the facilitator is to properly stimulate the group’s members to challenge each other to set strong goals and to exercise the path to accomplishing them.
A mastermind group is not a class, and it is not merely group coaching. And, although human behavior fosters the know, like, and trust to make doing business together desirable, it is not a networking group. Mastermind groups are about sharing and receiving real-world advice and solutions.
Jim Sandler is an Independent Certified Coach, Teacher, Trainer and Speaker with The John Maxwell Team. The Maxwell process is a proven and time-tested approach to enhancing a business owners acumen.
The John Maxwell Process is made up of: