Imagine if you could sit down with your future self and ask for advice. You’d have some incredibly wise and valuable snippets to share with your current self that would really help you navigate the coming months and years — and enable you to better prepare yourself for what’s to come.
This is what Twelve@12 Mentoring for Leadership Luncheon does for prospective leaders. Leaders are helping leaders with Pierre Branding Group's Mentoring for Leadership Lunch Series pairing mentors and mentees. It provides them with a forum for setting, discussing and dissecting a path to leadership with someone who has walked that path before.
This fall, Pierre Branding Group has strengthened its partnerships with CEOs, Law Professionals and State level Officials across Georgia in an effort to secure mentors who could participate in the Twelve@Twelve program. "It’s all about raising awareness about the importance of mentorship", said Lydia Pierre, Brand Manager at Pierre Branding Group. "We achieve this by creating a space where leaders are giving others advice and guidance so they can continue in the career world with confidence, while giving these mentors an opportunity to deepen their ties to the community and give back. So far, it’s working. Many of past participants reported they felt more connected with the mentors as well as sponsors thanks to Twelve@Twelve."
This is the second season of the Twelve@Twelve, which has taken place every month since June 2018. To date, more than 12 successful mentee/mentor meet-ups have taken place, and this time around we hope to have the most exciting series of mentors to date!
Some of the confirmed mentors for 2019-20 include Senator Brian Strickland, Superior Court Judge Holly Veal, State Representative El-Mahdi Holly, Dr. Lorie Johnson, our new GA State Revenue Commissioner, David Curry, GDot Board Member, Dana Lemon, and more to be announced.
**Should a table not fill up to a minimum of 8 guests, we will cancel and offer refunds day of
Pierre Branding Group welcomes Doug Hooker, Executive Director of the Atlanta Regional Commission as our March 2020 Featured Mentor. We are excited for the March installment of this series where we host Featured Mentor, Doug Hooker, at The Palm Atlanta located in The Westin Buckhead Atlanta in their gorgeous and completely private Board Room.
Pierre Branding Group would like to welcome all of our new Featured Mentors to the Twelve@Twelve family! Mentorship is important at every stage in your personal & professional development and these mentors are here and willing to give you some advice and guidance that is sure to help you in your own life and career. Click on their pictures to learn a little more about each mentor. Don't let this unique opportunity to receive advice from those in positions of influence and leadership pass you by.
Georgia State Senator District 17 |
Attorney at Smith, Welch, Webb & White
Founder of Just For You Women's Healthcare
Henry County State Court Judge
CEO & President of W.D Lemons Funeral Home |
Board Member - 13th Congressional District at Georgia Department of Transportation
Executive Director of
Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC)
Geraldine Andre is a Certified Event Decorator and Project Manager. Geraldine has earned her Bachelors of Science in Business Management as well as her Masters of Business Administration with a concentration in Project Management. She is a wife and the mother of two energetic boys, a college professor, Vice-President of a local non-profit and entrepreneur of a thriving design company. Geraldine works as a contract professional to Pierre Branding Group through her own company Regal Innovation & Design
Janice Jacoby is a proven management, financial, and business operations professional experienced in working with nonprofit organizations, financial institutions, and small businesses successfully delivering insightful solutions. As a finance manager and grant writer for Connecting Henry,
Janice is directly responsible for the management of all strategic and tactical matters as they relate to the budget management, cost-benefit analysis, forecasting needs and the securing of new funding.
Lydia Pierre is a branding expert and strategist who counsels small business owners, executives, and entrepreneurs in the process of maintaining, improving, and upholding a successful brand. Lydia is active as a leader in the business community and is the chair for the One Henry Arts & Leisure Subcommittee. She serves as a board member of the Henry Arts Alliance and is the Vice Chair of the Board for Family Support Circle Inc. She is also an on air talent for Southern Crescent Broadcasting Television.
Experience is a very expensive asset -- yet it's crucial to business success. There's only so much about a person's experience you can gain from books. Some personal experiences and how they dealt with it can help another entrepreneur's career.
Your chances of success in life and in business can be amplified by having the right guidance. The valuable connections, timely advice, occasional checks -- together with the spiritual and moral guidance you will gain from having a mentor -- will help leapfrog you to success.
Networking with the attendees can expose you to a network of people who can benefit your career. Connect in a smaller, more intimate environment outside of the normal large events where you are just 1 in 60 plus attendees. In addition, a great leadership mentor naturally has a great network of leaders. He or she can certainly push a high performing and/or diligent mentee in the direction of other leaders who can help you develop and manage your growth.
We all know that a quick way to make a business fail is to mix it with emotions or make crucial decisions based on emotional feelings. Situations like this can be curbed as hearing from someone who went through it will help show you how to react in given instances.
Someone who has experienced the highs and lows of running a business is in the perfect position to give positive and soothing words of advice to you when things refuse to go your way. And not only do they have the right words to share, they would also have ideas to help you navigate your way to success.
Good food, good company and good information. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain by attending.
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The leaders that participated in the 2018-19 installment as the featured guests in this mentoring for leadership series were community leaders and C-Level Executives in Henry County, GA