For the first time in modern history, 5 generations of leaders (those born before 1945 and those born after 1997) are working side-by-side in the same workforce. This new era is wrought with grand possibilities as well as challenges. Virtual-teams and multiple office locations also add layers of complexity.
Business goals become caught in the middle of vastly differing paradigms that drive thoughts and behaviors on how business “should be done.” With different expectations of what leadership, communication, and success “look like,” problems are sure to arise.
To survive, businesses must equip their leaders with a new set of skills to match their new environment or face reticent conflict, chronic disengagement, lack of innovation, and turnover of top talent. Behavioral science research shows us how motivation is directly impacted by ability. An inability to competently perform a task will cause a decrease in motivation to complete that task.
What to Expect…
Expect a powerful and unforgettable combination of live training, extensive in-class practice, group discussions, and personal action planning.
If I asked you to stand up and be accountable, what would that look like?
What would you do beside physically stand up?
Can an individual demonstrate good leadership without first developing good leadership skills?…
…We call that The Moti-bility Gap – the gap between high-potential (motivation) and actual know-how (ability).
Our corporate leadership training programs
bridge The Moti-bility Gap
L.A.B. builds capacity, capability, and effectiveness. With powerful and portable models for success that apply to all areas of life, L.A.B. participants
1) Begin with the end in mind and embark on a personalized learning journey designed to bridge their particular Moti-bility Gaps.
2) Master a new set of skills, and a new way of thinking and doing, that can be applied to improve every area of their lives.
3) Earn certification in skills that elevate their value to your organization – on paper and in real life.
About Our Name
Eunoia (you-noy-ah) is a small but powerful word. It is the shortest word in the English language containing all 5 vowels. Its etymology comes from the Greek word εὔνοιᾰ, meaning “well mind” or “beautiful thinking.”In rhetoric, Eunoia refers to the goodwill a speaker cultivates between themselves and their audience. In Nicomachean Ethics Book VIII, Aristotle uses Eunoia to describe the kindness and benevolence that form the ethical foundation of human life.
“Eunoia signifies goodwill and that is the foundation of every engagement with my company.”
– Shazel Muhammad, Founder & CEO
“The capacity to learn is a gift; the ability to learn is a skill; the willingness to learn is a choice.”
Our Trusted Partners
We work with the very best. We are proud of our partners who work with us to deliver world-class solutions in individual and organizational learning and development, and community building around the world.