Does your company need a jumpstart? Is revenue low, morale declining, and your leadership tactics no longer making an impact? This may be the perfect time to look into a Mastermind Program.
A good executive Mastermind Program should do more than just set you up with a speaker reading over a PowerPoint presentation. Team up your senior leaders with a good corporate Mastermind Program, and you could be discussing fostering relationships, building strategy, and improving revenue and communications all while helping other business leaders solve their challenges as well. It’s easy to connect in an environment where you can be creative, and think outside the box.
A MASTERMIND PROGRAM BUILDS LEADERSHIP
A good leadership system can make all the difference in your organization. It effects communication, human performance, accountability, delivery and measurement. A Power team approach, and a program that is tailored to suit your organization’s specific needs, is the best choice in executive Mastermind Program.
EXECUTIVE MASTERMIND PROGRAMS WORK?
There are a few important things to consider if you want to engage in an executive Mastermind Program. Look for a company that will partner you with others that vary across industries and revenue levels, yet are willing to engage with you at the leadership level. You want to be paired up with others who will be a trusted advisor to you as your organization grows and changes. Also, a good Mastermind Program will include an accountability program to provide real accountability, focus and steady progress. Talk to your mastermind team about the specific goals you want your leadership program to meet. Every business or organization needs direction in a different area or department. This is what makes a Mastermind Program so unique; you work on meeting goals where your company needs it the most.
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I once worked with a man that was legally blind. Every Friday night, a group of us met at the local watering hole to kick off the weekend. Every week, someone would drive him home. The first time I did this, it was awkward for me since I was unsure how much I needed to help guide him to the car. I finally blurted out, “Please tell me what you need since I don’t know how well you can see.”
He chuckled. Finally he replied, “Well, it’s hard for me to explain since I don’t know how well YOU can see.”
He went on to explain that all he needed was to rest his hand on my arm. He did not need me to tell him where to step, and he certainly didn’t need me to guide him.
All he needed was a consistent reference point.
Years later, it occurs to me that all any of us really need is a reference point. While your team may look to you to set the goal, they don’t need you to tell them how to get there. Like the man in the story, which each have our own reality and our own unique view of the world. We each make our own path using what talents, work ethic and motivation we have. What we need is a leader that is consistent, that provides the stable point of reference that we can measure ourselves against. That is why it is so important that leaders act with integrity, are accessible, and stay focused on the goal.
You may not physically feel the hand on the forearm, but it is always there.