Employees love to come to work.
Employees are able to communicate their needs without feeling judged.
Teams are resilient and thrive together.
Practice self-reflection and self-care for leadership.
Management levels can identify and prevent crises before they even start.
Business goals and well-being now go hand in hand.
To calm levels of stress
To get new impulses
(learn & grow)
To become a better team player
For Their Group
To communicate better
To learn and express needs (no judgement)
To self-organize and self-care
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.