Keeping Remote Teams Connected & Having Fun
Keeping Students Socially & Emotionally Healthy
Keeping Families Connected on Special Occasions
Make up a story of how you met. What have you learned about yourself in the last six months? Plan a kindness campaign. These are just some of the things that happen in a Huddle.
Designed to create a sense of connection and belonging when we need it most, the Huddle takes you on a 75-minute ride of creative challenges, thought-provoking questions, and celebration of individual talents.
The MOGA Huddle elicits fun, creativity and connection. Best time I've spent on Zoom in the last 2 months! -Bret, Start Up Co-Founder, Denver, CO
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Create connections across departments, with new hires, and breakdown barriers that cause conflict and miscommunication.
When I got on this call I was tired. Now, I am energized and excited for my day.
This was exactly what my team needed! It was like a virtual pep rally. Beth, CEO, Inkhouse
Students will connect with their superpowers, each other, and engage in meaningful conversations about stress, goals, and how to support one another.
In 30 years of teaching, I've never seen my male students open up to conversations about stress and loneliness. Sara created a space for that to happen. Marilyn, HS Teacher, RI
The Huddle is an easy way to make your clients, members or partners feel appreciated and reconnect with you and your mission.
Within a week of reconnecting with my clients in a Huddle, new business was generated and new collaborations made. -Jean, CEO, Scholarship Strategies
As a natural introvert, I often dread networking events but the Huddle was more enjoyable and impactful than traditional networking.
Kristen, Founder and CEO, Brilliantly
Make someone's birthday, anniversary, or wedding shower feel extra special.
This was the best birthday party EVER! Lena, age 10, RI
What a creative and special way to surprise my husband and make him feel celebrated on his birthday! Susan, Buffalo, NY
MOGA Founder and People DJ, Sara Emhof, worked remotely for 8 years and ultimately left and organization she LOVED because she felt isolated and lost her sense of belonging. As the world went remote she saw a need to help employees, families and students feel connected. Using her background in experiential education, community leadership, executive coaching, and social-emotional learning, she created the Huddle.