Teams adapt and thrive with a changing environment
Teams recalibrate instead of getting stuck
Teams remain resilience and strong even in difficult times
Able to adapt and recalibrate
Stay calm and thrive in stressful situations
Become a better team player in a self-organized environment
Improved employee retention
Added value for retraining and acquiring talents
Improved ROI on existing people & culture initiatives
To support your team
To get valuable insights about employee health
To improve decision making skills
MUA: Me. Us. All.
I love the concept and mission behind MUA and think that smart companies will soon recognize this type of self-reflection for their employees as invaluable for their professional fulfillment (which = productivity).
I was surprised to see how simple the idea and execution was – almost too simple to be useful, I thought. I quickly realized how powerful the practice of self-inventory, of time/resource spending and self-reflection of thought was.
When using MUA in leadership programs, I found that the more diligent MUA users reported an increased alertness and empathy, they felt more resilient in stressful situations, and they were more aware of their "joy" moments.
Like many good ideas, MUA too seemed to appear by accident (if there is such a thing as “by accident”).
In my consultant work with clients, I realized how many of us run on auto-pilot day in and out (you know, the program that runs while we are sleeping).
Soon I realized that this program, even with all its benefits (like being able to brush your teeth at 3 am), leaves us unaware of situations or habits that keep us stuck, or are even unhealthy for us (like a bad relationship or biting our nails).
While running on auto-pilot, as comfortable as it may be, we forget to ask ourselves, “is this still the best way moving forward,” leaving us with no space to transform or innovate ourselves.
So I started asking myself “how would the quality of our being, or businesses change if our daily decisions were based on a conscious choice vs. an unaware habit?”
At this point, the basic principle of MUA was born. A system that invites working people to reflect on their daily activities by connecting their emotional responses with one of three symbols.
Why focus on business? Business, in my opinion, is the place where future change will become a reality and my goal is to support companies, no matter their size, in their journey.
Imagine a world where people do what they love and share their love with others.
What an amazing time to be alive – and working!
Founder & CEO