As part of our Development, Training, and Forums services we also offer the very popular MasterMind group series. There are a few options for your existing group or to jump in with other individuals.

ONE. Executive-Style ‘MasterMind’ Groups for owners, entrepreneurs, & other leaders (1 year format):

Heather Legge’s executive-level mastermind groups are for leaders committed to their own personal growth as a path to organizational success.  Also a great way to meet like-minded people and achieve goals through more accountability, this program covers 10-12 books over the course of a year. Group members meet twice monthly for 1 hour.  Face-to-face groups have 5-15 members.  Inquire about local Omaha or virtual/global group options.  Contact Heather.

Announcing year 3 of the Moxie MasterMind for women owners, entrepreneurs, and directors!

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Moxie MasterMind

For booklists, see Resources for Success

TWO. Envision Success Inc Motivation ‘MasterMind’ Groups for 6-12 weeks:
These groups start as requested/on demand and typically meet in person. See EVENTS on our Facebook page or call 402.915.3007.

The motivation ‘MasterMind’ group is much more than just a book study– it is a great way to meet like-minded people and achieve goals — this program is designed for business people who are ready to have more, do more or be more in their work (& life). Group members meet weekly for 1 hour sessions over 10 weeks in groups of 7-12.

Ask about a MasterMind with Teri!

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THREE. Custom ‘MasterMind’ Group Option:
These groups start as requested/on demand and are customized to your existing group or organization. Contact Us to see if there is a good fit and to discuss fun and effective options.

Examples have been alliance partners (external teams) studying and applying methods to grow their businesses together, internal teams bonding and learning/applying concepts to shift organizational culture, board members reading relevant material and getting to know each other better, and leaders of an industry association seeking more elite “continuing ed.”