Pronounced lan-yap: meaning “a little something extra." *

Coming in December
Many of our program participants confide that they wish they could be better storytellers. The good news is that storytelling is a skill you can learn, not some innate quality you missed out on.

Coming in December at The Mosley Institute for Leadership we'll practice with a fan favorite -- a simple and powerful storytelling model that can be used as a tool for developing engagement, situational problem-solving, and so much more!

The Power of Storytelling

Explore the use of a storytelling model for more compelling and influential communication at work and in life. In this session we will re-envision your work as a heroic Call to Action. You will practice shifting frustration or ineffectiveness in your communications through the use of different perspectives. 

To join us at this event, become a member of the Mosley Institute!
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How To Listen When It Gets Emotional

How much do you know about different kinds of listening? Here's an introduction to emotional and reflective listening. We'll talk about other listening skills in future videos.

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A special year-end message for leaders
2022 Highlights
This year we celebrated EMI's 5th birthday! Five incredible years of working with our clients on leadership  programs, executive coaching, and strategic/innovation consulting. Here is a snapshot of 2022.

Hundreds of professionals came to online and in-person leadership programs that featured the EMI team. 

We relaunched our executive coaching packages into the Mosley Institute For Leadership.

More organizations brought us in to strengthen leadership, rethink rapidly changing work cultures, and support critical business strategy and decisions.

  • We are completing our second year with Duke University Nicholas School of the Environment and Spring Point Partners on the Water Innovation and Leadership Development (WILD) Executive Education program.
  • Companies also continue multi-year relationships with EMI for executive/team coaching and leadership programs.

We continued our involvement with organizations such as Innovation360, Somatic Experiencing Institute, Tergar, and the Institute of Sustainable Infrastructure to bring you world-class tools and resources for our work together.

Every year we share our time and resources. Our giving back and community work in 2022 included:

  • Creative exchanges to offer no- or low-cost leadership development sessions and panels with not-for-profit entities such as Clean Water Professionals of KY & TN (M | K workshop), Rogue Water Lab, and the New England Water Environment Association.
  • Financial contributions to community organizations in New Orleans, EMI's hometown.
  • Free coaching, mentoring, and learning sessions for those who can use a boost or are intrigued by what we do and how we do it. 
  • Free resources available online through our website and social media channels.

Thank you to everyone in EMI's community!
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* New Orleans was known for thousands of years aBulbancha (Choctaw for "place of many tongues") and was an indigenous trading hub. Erin Mosley, Inc. calls this place home now - and we continue to learn more about all the peoples, cultures, and events that have happened here.

Lagniappe is said to be a modified form of a Louisiana French creole or cajun term that derives from the New-World Spanish la ñapa (gift), which in turn may have its origin in a Quechua word yapa (gift or tip).

Here on this page, we'll share a little extra news, curiosities, ephemeral tidbits, and passing fancies. In the spirit of giving you a lagniappe when you visit us.

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