In the 1930's, business guru Napoleon Hill coined the phrase ‘Master Mind’. A business master mind can be defined as a group of like-minded individuals who come together on a regular basis to help and support one another to grow their respective businesses. When asked about the key to his success, Andrew Carnegie replied that it could be traced to the “sum total of the minds” of his business associates. Bottom line, no one is smarter than a room full of
The groups are:
Enhanced with a one on one coaching session
Facilitated to ensure that everyone can contribute and benefit from the meetings
Planned with an educational segment in addition to the problem solving
Designed to enhance the participants business, provide accountability and improve the lives' of the participants
By invitation and approved by sitting group members
HRchitecture has over a decade of experience in facilitating mastermind groups known as Business Owners Leadership Discussion Groups. Each group meets monthly in-person for a half day. The BOLD groups consist 4-8 owners who meet to help improve their peers’ businesses. Meeting rotate among the owners’ place of business but can be virtual as well.
HR Peer Groups:
HRchitecture hosts virtual mastermind groups for small business HR practitioners in small business. These practitioners, who are often without additional internal resources or consistent peer feedback loops would meet in a facilitated virtual setting monthly. The groups would develop each other, provide support, and engage in problem solving around current issues faced in their companies. The facilitator has over 3 ½ decades of Human Resources experience would be a resource to the group as well as manage the sessions.
Solopreneur Peer Groups:
HRchitecture hosts virtual mastermind groups for entrepreneurs who operate alone, or virtual companies in the new gig economy. These individuals, who are often working in relative isolation would meet in a facilitated virtual setting monthly. The groups would develop each other, provide support, and engage in problem solving around current issues faced in their companies. The facilitator has over 3 ½ decades of Human Resources experience would be a resource to the group as well as manage the sessions.
"Many times, I’ve received advice and counsel from the group that has saved me from making expensive mistakes. They’ve also helped me negotiate big deals and work through difficult employee situations. They have gotten to know me well and are able to give me advice that others can’t. I look forward to the camaraderie of the group and learning from business leaders who are not in my field of business and therefore can give me insights that the attorneys in my firm cannot. Russell keeps us updated on relevant business news and also keeps us updated on new trends in business and strategic planning so that I can focus my efforts in other places."
-Jason Webb, Pearson Butler