October 8, 2020 - 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm - Virtual
Hosted by Osnat Lustig, ACC, CPRC
No CCEUs for this session
Description of Course
What is a mastermind group?
Imagine having a permanent group of 5-6 people who meet regularly for the purpose of problem-solving, brainstorming, networking, encouraging and motivating each other, and holding each other accountable for taking action to achieve goals.
Now imagine a micro-mastermind group:
This month we'll meet and create a stand-alone micro version of a full-scale mastermind experience. This bite-size experience is cute, fast, and leads to immediate learning! You’ll be receiving and offering perspective, knowledge, experience, and resources to each other. Peer-to-peer support helps with discovering everyday solutions, revealing patterns, and refining prototypes.
Here's how you can make the most of your experience:
Think ahead about 2 professional challenges or goals that are currently relevant for you. Take note of key issues you wish to address. Topics may include anything you are currently working on: marketing, coaching, technical or technique issues, processes, business, networks, etc.
Ask yourself – “What kind of help do I need so that I can advance my goals and projects more quickly? Where am I stuck and how would a new perspective be useful?”
Prepare to verbally describe your challenge in 2 minutes or less.
Bring these along to the call and prepare for dynamic and rapid round-robin reciprocal peer “consultations”.
What’s amazing about the micro-mastermind experience is that the what you receive is offered generously and without bias, so you can move forward with fresh perspectives, innovative disruptors, and renewed energy.
It’s a clear win-win for us all!
About Osnat Lustig
Leading the session:
Osnat Lustig focuses on helping urban ‘Boomers’ professionals with the non-financial aspects of their transition to post-career life. She uses coaching as a resource to help them design their own purposeful living beyond midlife.
This session is inspired by the Liberating Structure rules of organizing that make it possible to include and engage every voice in shaping the future.
Her professional training include: InviteChange (CPC), ICF-ACC, Immunity To Change®, Certified Professional Retirement Coach (CPRC), PACT™ Polarity Approach to Continuity & Transformation, MBTI® Steps I&II, Gerontology (UW), Organizational Dynamics (Antioch U), MS in Engineering (RIT), and BA in Design (Bezalel). Before moving to Seattle in 2014, she lived and worked for many years in New York City & Paris. Contact her at email@example.com