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You know you need a peer business coach when you are wanting to shift your business in a new or more evolved direction. You may feel frustrated or need someone to share your ideas with to get feedback. If you miss being part of a team and learning from others, that is a sign that peer business advising might be the right fit for you.
Peer business coaching differs from one-to-one coaching because you will be interacting with a group of like-minded people who are advising you while you offer advice and insight to them in return. With one-to-one coaching, all the focus is on you and the advice flows from the coach to you. Copper Beech Mastermind gives you the best of both worlds as each month you have both the peer group business advising session and a one-to-one business coaching session.
Peer business coaching works by a group of business leaders meeting regularly to discuss pre-determined topics that the group agrees to work on together. The meetings are facilitated to ensure everyone gets a chance to discuss their business challenges and opportunities. The group members share their experience with each other so everyone can benefit from the group well of knowledge.
Mastermind group is a term created by Napoleon Hill, the famous author of the book Think and Grow Rich. Hill states that “The Mastermind principle consists of an alliance of two or more minds working in perfect harmony for the attainment of a common definite objective. Success does not come without the cooperation of others.” Copper Beech Mastermind Group follows the same philosophy, and we complement the group sessions with one-to-one sessions, so you get the best of both worlds.
The Copper Beech Mastermind group meets one half-day per month. The meetings are structured with key topics and agendas, so the goals of the group are met. There are often guest speakers who will offer advice on key topics like: human resources, finance, marketing, and strategic planning. Group members will have time to ask questions and bring a problem they are wrestling with to the group for input.
A mastermind group differs from peer business coaching because a mastermind group is led by a trained facilitator who ensures that the goals of the meeting are met and that all participants have a chance to ask questions, contribute and get the answers to their business problems they are looking for.
You should join a mastermind group to benefit from the experience and support of people who are also business owners and leaders. The Copper Beech Table of Captains mastermind group promises that you’ll “get your answers questioned” – in other words, you can share your plans with like-minded business peers who may have input that can save you from making a business mistake.
The benefits of joining a mastermind / peer business coaching group include guidance from other successful entrepreneurs, workshops with guest speakers on vital business topics, networking to expand your market reach, comradery, and support from a group of friendly people – so you as a business owner and leader don’t feel so alone. The current members of the Table of Captains mastermind group all say that they love having goals, support in strategic planning and accountability to keep them on track to growth and success.
You can join the Copper Beech Table of Captains mastermind group by emailing email@example.com. You can have a discussion with Copper Beech Co. CEO Peter Brown and then attend a Table of Captains meeting to see if you enjoy the experience of being in a mastermind group.