The Women as Leaders' mastermind group is following a 'Steps to Success' theme this year and has so far covered the process of how to film their own videos, tips on being a successful non-executive director, language and behavioural patterns and presentation skills.
“The Mastermind Group I have joined has created a really useful community for me. As a business owner, life can be lonely at times. The Mastermind concept means you have a sounding board of business people who have had similar experiences, can share ideas, and provide advice and challenge, I would certainly recommend getting involved to other members”.
Rachel Bowden, ThinkingAudit Ltd
Date & time: 12 Sep 2017 18:00 - 21:00
Location: Hillscourt Hotel , Birmingham
CPD Hours: 3.0000
Ms Sue Hurrell
Mastermind sessions are member-led. Some groups rotate facilitating and others have an IoD committee member, often a branch chairman to facilitate. They offer members a combination of brainstorming, education, peer accountability and support in a group setting to sharpen your business and personal skills.
The facilitator leads a virtual boardroom session from six to 14 people and each member is invited to bring an issue to the table for masterminding. This is an opportunity to engage with other members in a close, structured and confidential environment – ‘Chatham House’ rules apply! It’s about learning from one another and creating a virtual board – not about selling to one another.
Topics may cover anything from, strategy, marketing, purchasing, staffing, finance, business growth, personal development... your choice!
This event is closed.
- Hillscourt Hotel
- B45 8RS.