Using Mastermind Groups in Talent Development (March 2017)

  • 15 Mar 2017
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Keiser University 9100 Forum Corporate Parkway, Fort Myers, FL 33905

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Session Description

Mastermind groups (also known as peer-to-peer advisory groups) are found in all aspects of talent development today.  They can be offered by outside consultants or led by internal learning and development professionals within an organization. Mastermind groups can be used to build skills, encourage camaraderie within teams, and provide access to resources that might otherwise be unavailable.   Join special presenter Lori Kleiman for an overview of this exciting new tool, including steps for getting started with Mastermind groups, tips on facilitation techniques, and examples of the various models in use.


Facilitator: Lori Kleiman

Lori Kleiman is an accomplished businessperson, entrepreneur, and leader. In her most recent corporate role, Ms. Kleiman orchestrated a group of 18 HR consultants nationally. Lori has conducted seminars to business people and HR professionals sharing best practices and new initiatives to bring HR to businesses throughout the United States. With a Master of Human Resources and the highest level of certification available in HR, a SPHR designation, Lori has the depth of knowledge needed to provide her clients with the foundation of traditional study and real world solutions to drive immediate action.

ATD Competencies

The following ATD competencies align with this month's learning event: 

  • Training Delivery
  • Coaching
  • Interpersonal Skills (Foundational Competency)

If you have any questions about this learning event please contact Christine Davlin, VP Programs, ATD Southwest Florida Chapter at cdavlin@leegov.com.
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