Social Impact World Mastermind Group

Connect on a deeper level with fellow social impact leaders and proactively help each other to achieve your impact targets through personal growth.

Social Impact World’s Mastermind Groups are custom peer groups of 6-10 social impact leaders with similar experience who convene online bi-weekly to share insights, solve problems, and support each other to reach professional and personal goals. 

This is a place to build a strong community, receive unbiased feedback from fellow social impact practitioners, and leverage your peers’ experiences to be more successful. You’ll practice courage and vulnerability through deep and meaningful conversations that increase your emotional intelligence. Prepare to bring your toughest challenges and learn from the collective wisdom of the group.

What you can expect from your mastermind:

  • Professionally facilitated, confidential conversations that go beyond mere networking and support your learning and growth
  • A results-oriented format to help you overcome your biggest challenges, hold you accountable to taking action, and support you in achieving your goals
  • Collective coaching: get unbiased feedback and strategic expertise from other successful social impact leaders
  • New business partnerships and opportunities, which surface from forming deeper personal relationships

“The key value of the mastermind is seeing our blind spots with the help of the group, becoming more self-aware, overcoming blocks together, healing our Achilles heal, developing insights and new ways to bridge across divides, addressing substance without bravado fluff and lipstick and understanding our deep mutuality.” -Director of Sustainability

$500/month
$400/month pilot (20% off)

90 minute session every two weeks
6 month minimum commitment

Mastermind Groups are ongoing and you will have the opportunity to continue beyond the initial six months with new members as others drop off.

Applications close October 25, 2021 with the first Mastermind Group session taking place the beginning of November 2021.

After you subscribe, our Mastermind Group coach will reach out to you. If you want more information, please schedule a 30-minute call with Kelby here. 

If you are interested in additional 1:1 support through executive coaching, please schedule a complimentary one-hour session with Kelby here.

Meet Your Coach

Mastermind Groups are facilitated by Social Impact World expert coach, Kelby Kupersmid, MS, PCC.

Kelby is a leadership development and coaching specialist who supports social enterprises around the world to unlock their potential so they can maximize their performance.
From working at a pre-revenue startup to a multi-billion-dollar financial institution, his diverse professional background informs his unique approach to workplace innovation and efficacy.

As Founder and CEO of Kinetic Development, Kelby partners with local and global organizations to increase their leadership effectiveness so they can enhance business results. He draws on his multidisciplinary experience to find a targeted approach that works for each client, combining assessments, individual and team coaching, and large group facilitation. He is trusted by leaders from the boardrooms of the Fortune 100 to the field offices of the United Nations.

As an Executive Leadership Coach, Kelby facilitates learning, growth, and sustainable high-performance to elevate ambitious professionals to their next level of success. He helps clients “get out of their own way” by illuminating blind spots and challenging limiting beliefs. Through crystal-clear development goals and strategies, they build leadership skills to improve business outcomes.

Kelby is also a Co-Founder of Innovation Journey, a company that organizes business trips to Israel to explore its unique innovation ecosystem. He serves as Director of Leadership Programs,
designing and facilitating unforgettable learning experiences to help professionals lead innovation in their careers and organizations. He is natively fluent in Spanish, has worked and studied in Latin America, and traveled to 20 countries across 5 continents. In his free time, he loves making music and exploring nature.

Educational Background

  • B.A. in International Business – San Diego State University
    o Semester abroad in Santiago, Chile
  • M.S. in Global Business Leadership – University of San Diego
    o Study tours in Japan, Portugal, Mexico, Argentina, and Spain
  • Professional Certified Coach (PCC) – International Coaching Federation (ICF)
    Professional Affiliations
  • Founding Board Member, Director of Membership – ICF, San Diego
  • Emerging Leaders Council – United Way, San Diego
Kelby
 

Frequently Asked Questions

A peer-coaching group provides you with a tight-knit community of people to both support and challenge you on your unique challenges and goals. Your fellow members will bring the objectivity needed to provide you with an honest perspective and unbiased feedback that you won’t get anywhere else. These groups often continue for many years and can become your trusted support network, almost like a personal board of directors. 

New groups are formed on a quarterly basis. Click here to apply and join the waitlist for the upcoming group. After you subscribe, our mastermind group coach will reach out to you. If you want more information, please schedule a 30-minute call with Kelby here.

This group is curated for social impact leaders who are committed to their learning and development, willing to be vulnerable in a group setting, and open to supporting and challenging their peers–and receiving the same.

To give you an idea, some of the roles for folks might include (a non-exhaustive list):

  • Director of Social Impact
  • Head of Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Manager
  • VP or Environment, Social, Governance (ESG)
  • Employee Resource Group (ERG) leader
  1. Check in: Review the group commitments, share your highlights and lowlights since our last meeting, and any actions you did or didn’t take that you want to be held accountable for. 
  2. Hot seat: You will share a specific goal or challenge with the group and ask for what you want–advice, coaching, similar experiences, feedback, etc. from other group members. The group will ask clarifying questions to peel back the layers and get at the heart of the issue, and you will take turns receiving support from the group. 
  3. Debrief: Everyone reflects on what they’ve learned, what they’re taking away from the session, and any commitments they want to take action on and be held accountable for next session.

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