The Principles Of Masterminding: We Accomplish The Impossible Together
If you are only using your mastermind to grow your business and personal life, you are missing the magic. Leveraging partnership synergy is one of the most important areas of mastery for professional speakers who intend to have impact, influence and ignite inspiration. Brainstorm the biggest problems faced by humanity and quickly see that no one will be tackling the challenges in isolation. Most leaders have a group of peers that meet, share and grow together. Did you know that you can mastermind with your family, business partners, audience members, clients and sponsors? Does your mastermind have a shared goal for humanity? Are you working in a spirit of perfect harmony? Leaders must work with people they don’t know, like or trust (and the ones they do) in order to accomplish the impossible. In this session we’ll explore the principles of masterminding to help you magnetize your mission and message.
Who would be the ideal audience for this presentation?:
Are you looking to expand your business skills and magnetize your mission and message?
What five questions does this presentation address that would be important to our CAPS colleagues?
How do I create a mastermind?
How do I make my current mastermind more productive?
What is the shared goal of my mastermind?
What are the principles of masterminding?
Why isn’t my mastermind working?
Enette Pauzé, PhD, FEA is a leader in business partnerships and has worked with masterminds for more than 20 years. Her experience comes from leading provincial and national multi-stakeholder and cross-sector partnerships, global masterminds, training partnership leaders globally, conducting primary research, and writing articles, books and educational resources (on the topics of partnerships, leadership, collaboration, and coaching). She completed her PhD at the University of Toronto, specializing in organizational partnerships. She is a member of the Family Enterprise Xchange, Purposeful Planning Institute. Enette has been a CAPS member for more than 10 years, has served as a Faculty member of the CAPS TO Pro-Track Speakers Academy for 5 yrs, and on a national convention team as programming and volunteer chair. Enette was also the 2013 Toronto Chapter President. Enette says that “by far, the greatest value from being a CAPS member is the purposeful and profitable relationships I have developed.” www.level8leadership.com