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Erin (Pink) Mosley

Hello! A little more about me as a human and the "calling" that is Erin Mosley, Inc. and The Mosley Institute for Leadership.

Over my working life, I've been an ice cream scooper, engineer, management consultant, chronic volunteer, and manager of various kinds.

My executive leadership experience comes from being a global director and vice president at a Fortune 500 firm, board member and officer of multiple non-profits, and founder of two companies.

I'm honored to have served as a trusted advisor to programs and leadership teams at Duke University, Harvard University, Fortune-listed companies, U.S. cities, the Water Environment Federation, and many smaller businesses and non-profits.

My team and I are always studying something new to bring into our own practices and to share with you.

Mostly I like to share my stories through the work itself and the voices of our clients.

If you'd like more information (media inquiries, program questions, where does "Pink" come from, why are there porcelain shards on the stage in this picture, etc.) please send me a note and we can set up a time to talk. I'd love to hear from you.

HEARTBEAT: HOW WE WORK
We work with professionals and organizations in many fields on transforming what is making them feel stuck and frustrated. 
But what really makes us, us? 
variety of approaches
We use the lens of career and business strategies while also going deeper using effective approaches from a wide variety of disciplines.

If you are nerdy like us you probably want to know specifically some of the expertise that we bring to our collaborations with clients. We’ll list them here and talk about them at great length if you ever ask why and how these help our clients make incredible changes in their careers and organizations.
our areas of expertise
NEUROSCIENCES
somatic psychology
Global innovation research and tools
Relational and interpersonal dynamics
Sustainability and resilience
Science, Engineering, Technology, and Math (STEM)
business
performing arts
WELLNESS
Online and in-person instructional design and facilitation
Contemplative practices
Compassion and intuition development
HEARTBEAT: HOW WE WORK
We work with professionals and organizations in many fields on transforming what is making them feel stuck and frustrated. 
But what really makes us, us?
Our variety of approaches
We use the lens of career and business strategies while also going deeper using effective approaches from a wide variety of disciplines.
If you are nerdy cool like us you might want to know specifically some of the expertise that we bring to our collaborations with clients. We’ll list them here and talk about them at great length if you ever ask why and how these help our clients make incredible changes in their careers and organizations.
Our areas of expertise:
NEUROSCIENCES
somatic psychology
Global innovation research and tools
Relational and interpersonal dynamics
Sustainability and resilience
Science, Engineering, Technology, and Math (STEM)
performing arts
WELLNESS
Online and in-person instructional design and facilitation
business
Contemplative practices
Compassion and intuition development
Our Commitment to Equity and Belonging
 
True equity has a felt sense of  connection.
To maintain it takes integrity, courage, and risk.

We want to share a snapshot of how we center equity at EMI:
Work with executives and boards to understand and eradicate systemic bias on an organizational and industry-wide level throughout North America and beyond.
Design and teach leadership workshops and curricula that create psychologically safe environments in which to explore and practice approaches around difficult workplace and societal topics, including: racial, gender, neurodiversity, and identity equity; intergenerational communications; the importance of shared purpose and creating true connection with others (especially those with very different views); risk, change, and uncertainty; and even accumulated stressors and collective trauma.
design and influence
create new approaches

Engage our volunteer time and pro bono work to create and support visible national platforms that spotlight inequity and injustice (for example – to move historically excluded professionals to positions of leadership and influence; address socioeconomic disparities in public infrastructure services; and improve community engagement).
Provide career and executive coaching and leadership development that includes the skills above and - in particular - how to lead radical change in the real world.

Offer free coaching sessions (contact us).
lead radical change
speak up
and listen


Speak up on equity (and what we also call a true sense of belonging and connection) when we have the mic: interviews, podcasts, and other media.

Listen and learn every day. We are steadfast in rooting out our own biases, triggers, and blindspots. We know we can do more.

We don't publish this information to impress anyone or seek gold stars.
We post it to be a part of the unequivocal call to action - and to engage with you.

Our Commitment to Equity and Belonging

True equity has a felt sense of connection.
To maintain it takes integrity, courage, and risk.

We want to share a snapshot of how we center equity at EMI:
Work with executives and boards to understand and eradicate systemic racism and bias on an organizational and industry-wide level throughout North America and beyond.
design and influence
Design and teach leadership workshops and curricula that create psychologically safe environments in which to explore and practice approaches around difficult workplace and societal topics, including: racial, gender, neurodiversity, and identity equity; intergenerational communications; the importance of shared purpose and creating true connection with others (especially those with very different views); risk, change, and uncertainty; and even accumulated stressors and collective trauma.
create new approaches
Engage our volunteer time and pro bono work to create and support visible national platforms that spotlight inequity and injustice (for example – to move historically excluded professionals to positions of leadership and influence; address socioeconomic disparities in public infrastructure services; and improve community engagement).
lead radical change
Provide career and executive coaching and leadership development that includes the skills above and - in particular - how to lead radical change in the real world.

Offer free coaching sessions (contact us).
speak up and listen
Speak up on equity (and what we also call a true sense of belonging and connection) when we have the mic: interviews, podcasts, and other media.

Listen and learn every day. We are steadfast in rooting out our own biases, triggers, and blindspots. We know we can do more.
We don't publish this information to impress anyone or seek gold stars.
We post it to be a part of the unequivocal call to action - and to engage with you.

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