About the Event:
Ever heard the saying “two heads are better than one”? Well, multiple minds organized to accomplish strategic objectives are even better! A mastermind can take numerous forms. From being part of a massive community, to creating a small board of advisors, to participating in single-day experiences, and everything in between, masterminds are a key way to grow your business. At our January meeting we’ve brought in three successful speakers from around the country to share with you their mastermind secrets. Moderated by NSA NYC’s Jill Schiefelbein, who herself has multiple mastermind experiences, panelists will reveal what’s behind the mastermind curtain and give you a chance to ask your burning questions. Joining her are David Newman, CSP, Kate Delaney, and Jason Kotecki, CSP
Participants will ..
- Learn the various forms that masterminds can take–from both the participant and facilitator perspectives
- Understand the different types of masterminds that can be useful for entrepreneurs
- Generate ideas for organizing effective masterminds to grow their businesses
About the Speakers:
Jill Schiefelbein (Moderator)
Speaker, author, entrepreneur and recovering academic Jill Schiefelbein is The Dynamic Communicator®. From analyzing classified documents obtained from military raids of terrorist camps to assess jihad messaging strategies, to starting and managing an online education office serving 60,000+ students, to her own award-winning entrepreneurial ventures, she’s helped businesses, universities, entrepreneurs with unique combinations of communication, education, and technology to drive action. Jill provides communication strategies that help organizations increase sales, enhance the product experience, and retain customers.</p> <p>After eleven years teaching at Arizona State University she focuses on making the theoretical tangible for her clients. She is co-author of Business and Professional Communication in the Global Workplace, the creator of a YouTube channel reaching thousands of viewers each week, and an official video partner and contributing writer for Entrepreneur. Her next book on communication strategy will be released April 2017 through Entrepreneur Press.
Kate Delaney (Speaker and Nationally Syndicated Talk Show Host)
Emmy Award winning journalist Kate Delaney in interviewing over 12,000 people is known for her keen listening skills and ability to draw people out from all walks of life. Delaney credits this ability to listening for what’s not being said and the joy of helping people discover the power of Influential Listening. As the Chief Operating Officer for the Golden Broadcasters Network Kate negotiated deals with advertisers, clients, stations and talent for millions of dollars from 2005 to 2013. Before that she worked with the Texas Rangers on closing a five year $25,000,000 dollar deal for the Radio rights for CBS as the Executive Sports Director. Kate has spread the motivational power of creating and cultivating a culture of influential listeners with leaders from AT&T, Exxon, Cisco, Boys & Girls clubs and many other top law firms and corporations She is a sought after keynote speaker and executive coach. Kate is also a nationally syndicated talk show host. Her weekend show on the NBC Radio Sports Network is unique in that it’s the only hosted by a woman. Delaney has traveled all over the world speaking and broadcasting from the slums of Guayaquil, Ecuador to the rainforest in Grenada, even the back of a Whale boat in Maui. She swears the whales were listening by the way. Kate’s covered 15 Super Bowls, 10 U.S. Opens, 15 Final Fours and many more events too numerous to mention.
Jason Kotecki (Chief Creative Guy, Artist, Author and Speaker)
Jason Kotecki is an artist who speaks. Really, really well! He is an expert at helping people “Escape Adulthood,” in order to restore balance, beat burnout, and become more innovative by breaking rules that don’t exist. His mission is to fight Adultitis, sharing strategies from childhood to create lives with less stress and more success. Jason is passionate about sharing his message that there is more to life than the hectic busyness, cynical lethargy and overwhelming stress that is typical of most modern lives. Jason’s inspiring, entertaining and heart-warming programs are visual masterpieces jam-packed with relevant, practical information coated in fun.
David Newman (Author of Do It! Marketing and Founder of the Speaker Marketing Workshop)
David Newman, CSP is the author of the business bestseller Do It! Marketing and is the founder of the Speaker Marketing Workshop, the #1 course on the business of speaking for consultants, authors, and experts who want to use the power of speaking to build their reach and revenue. David works with executives and entrepreneurs who want to position themselves as high-fee experts to generate more leads, better prospects, and bigger sales.
About the Venue:
Our monthly Chapter Meetings and all MeetUps take place at Microsoft’s New York office building. Tickets must be purchased by 11:59 pm two days prior to the event. No WALK INS are possible. Please bring I.D. and check in at the Microsoft Concierge. Subways to 11 Times Square (between 41st and 42nd Streets on 8th Avenue, next to Port Authority Bus Terminal) are 1, 2, 3, 7, A, E, N, and Q trains at all times, or C and R trains at all times except late nights.
No walk ins are possible. You must buy your ticket 48 hours prior to the event.
If you are a member of the NSA NYC chapter, please log in with your username and password. Buy a general ticket and your membership discount will automatically be applied on the check out page.
Requests for refunds must be made at least one week before the event by using the contact form. After that time, you may send a replacement if you notify us and send first name, last name and e-mail address of the person who will join us 48 hours prior to the event via the contact form. Discounted All-Access-Pass tickets can not be refunded. However, you may send a replacement as well by using the contact form.