Group Facilitation For Peer Group Mentoring
- Can you imagine your own think-tank mastermind group?
- Can you imagine a group of people that you trust and respect who are there to challenge and support you to be and give your best?
- Can you imagine this group helps solve problems, supports each other and learns from each other?
That is what we mean by Peer Group Mentoring and Learning.
Experience has taught us that these types of group require strong facilitation to ensure maximum collaboration, participation and mutual benefit. They create strong bonds of trust and community and embody many of the core aspects of conscious leadership: respect, courtesy, growth mind-set and collaboration.
Learning Time: Package of 6 sessions (90 minutes per session)
Maximum participants: 6-8 participants
Peer learning is a meeting of peers either in person or virtually though an online conferencing platform, with the sole purpose of supporting each other’s current challenges and opportunities. The integrity and quality of the group relies on the mutual trust and respect of each other to discuss both current issues and opportunities relevant to the group.
The group help the subject holder understand key aspects of the dilemma or opportunity through questioning and challenging core assumption. In a peer group learning session, the subject holder will leave with an action plan, wither to do something, research something, try something out, stop doing something or to further reflect on challenge or opportunity. The Group member will be invited to report back to the group about their experience.