Group FAQ

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Read below for the answers to these frequently asked questions:

  • What happens at KBWomen Mastermind Group meetings?
  • Who can attend KBWomen Mastermind Group meetings? Are meetings for members only?
  • Is there a fee to attend KBWomen Group meetings?
  • Is there a group in my area? What if there isn't yet?
  • When does my local group meet?
  • What should I bring with me to meetings?
  • How do I become a KBWomen Mastermind Group Leader?
  • Can I join even if I'm not sure I'm officially a Christian?

 

What happens at KBWomen Mastermind Group meetings?
Our groups are Christian women in business who meet monthly to "mastermind." Group meetings last 90 minutes and help women in business to:

  • Learn from the experience and wisdom of others, while sharing their own.
  • Brainstorm, problem solve and collaborate with other business women who are passionate about what they do.
  • Practice presentations, get new ideas and learn new skills.
  • Have amazing Christian fellowship with a specific purpose!
  • The opportunity to meet, build relationships, network with and refer business to other like-minded women of God.
  • Process ideas, problems and other situations with people who can help.
  • Enjoy a fun, friendly learning environment, that includes opening and closing meetings with prayer.

 

Who can attend KBWomen Mastermind Group meetings? Are meetings for members only?
KBWA Members (levels 2 & 3) are official Mastermind Group members and attend free, although all non-member Christian women in business are welcome and encouraged to attend as a guest (see fee information below). Business owners, those who run non-profits, authors and speakers, coaches and consultants, independent agents, or other entrepreneurial people will get the most benefit out of what our mastermind group meetings have to offer.

Although our target market is Christian women in business, Christian men in business are welcome to join if they would like to.

 

Is there a fee associated with KBWomen Mastermind Group meetings?
Yes - Business women who want to join a Mastermind Group become Members of KBWA (the Koinonia Business Women's Association) at the "Mastermind Membership Level 2" - $299 per year. When businesswomen become official Members of KBWA, there are many great benefits, just one of which is belonging to a Mastermind Group. Membership Details

  • Members (membership levels 2 & 3) of the Koinonia Business Women's Association (KBWA) attend free.
  • Non-members (or KBWA Level 1 Members) who would like to attend meetings can do so for $30 per meeting.
  • Non-members (or KBWA Level 1 Members) who are visiting a group for the first time can come as a guest for free.

 

Is there a Mastermind Group in my area? What if there isn't yet?
Each open group has its own page on KBWomen.com, including the leader’s profile, bio and contact information. Please visit our KBWomen Mastermind Groups page for location details.  If there isn't a group in your area yet, please consider letting other women know about this opportunity. You may know someone who would enjoy starting/leading a Mastermind Group. If you are, or someone you know may be, potentially interested in chapter leadership, visit our Group Leader FAQ page to learn more.

If there is no local chapter or group meeting in your area yet, you can choose to participate in KBWA's virtual mastermind call (via phone) by becoming a Level 1 KBWA Member.

 

When does my local KBWomen group meet?
Mastermind Chapter Leaders have the opportunity to select their chapter’s meeting day, time (morning, mid-day or evening) and location. Each chapter has its own page on KBWomen.com, including the location, time and leader's contact info. Please visit our KBWomen Mastermind Groups page for meeting time details. (More locations are coming soon)

 

What should I bring with me to Mastermind meetings?
Please bring note-taking items, business cards, brochures or fliers, a smile, and a mind ready to learn and contribute. Depending on your chapter’s meeting location, you may want to bring yourself a water bottle, coffee, etc. Also, be prepared with a quick, 1-minute introduction of yourself and your business to share with the group if there are new attendees! Feel free to also bring a friend or business contact. First time visitors can attend for free.

 

How do I become a KBWomen Mastermind Group Leader?
Visit the Group Leader FAQ Page. If you would like to open a KBWomen Group in your local area, we have an application process. Step 1 of that process is to email us now at questions@kbwomen.com and request a "Group Leader Application." Once you receive it, fill it out and email it back to us at questions@kbwomen.com when completed. If your application is accepted (this may take several business days), we will personally call you to discuss this further. Our goal is to set up a win-win-win situation for all involved (You, the organization as a whole and the women who will be served). Mastermind Leaders play a vital role in our organization, and we strive to wisely select our leaders.

 

Can I join even if I’m not sure I’m officially a Christian?
Certainly – Just be aware and embrace the fact that we are a faith-based organization and we freely speak about God, the Bible, prayer, and other spiritual topics and how they relate to business. We'd love to have you join us, and you are welcome.

 

FYI - By Christian, we mean those who profess a Bible-based faith, and believe in Jesus as God's only Son and Savior of the world. Koinonia Business Women is a non-denominational organization.

 

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