Improve student learning and reduce employee burnout with social-emotional solutions.
Create a culture of belonging that becomes your most effective employee recruitment and engagment tool.
The Huddle is a unique, high impact way to improve the social and emotional connections in your organization or network and reboot everyone's committment to the organization.
Transform teachers and leaders into coaches who empower students and employees, are aware of their own bias, and have the skills to nurture an inclusive culture where members sees the success of others as connected to their own.
Looking for creative and effective ways to keep your remote employees engaged while supporting their well-being? MOGA Teams provide group coaching and acountability where employees give and receive support to help everyone reach their personal goals.
For organizations committed to leading authentically and building a culture of inclusion, belonging and well-being. You will gain tools to manage your own energy, bias, and strengths, coaching skills that move others to action, and a community committed to your success as a leader.
When you show up authentically, you create the space for others to do the same. Walk in your truth.
*Some session topics can be offered as stand-alone trainings
Contact Us to Bring MOGA Leadership Training to Your Organization
Not every employee can afford a personal coach to help them grow and overcome blind spots. MOGA teams use a group coaching model to give employees a chance to give and receive support from each other, fostering a deep sense of community and belonging. Led by a MOGA coach, employees gain self-awareness, practice peak performance skills to improve time and stress management, and set a personal BIG STRETCH goal. A MOGA Team coach coordinates all sessions, provide structure and facilitation, and supporting resources. As a Pay It Forward, a portion of the program investment will be gifted as a grant to an organization nominated by the team.
Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much. - Helen Keller