Intentional productivity & leadership training for the good of all.
We need new narratives for productivity and leadership.
Productivity and leadership are more than just paths to high performance. When done right, they can also be paths to meaningful work, psychological well-being, and a thriving society. Productivity and leadership are at the heart of our work’s impact on others, how we treat each other and ourselves in the workplace, and they are the driving forces behind any positive changes we wish to see in the world.
We want to make more intentional forms of productivity and leadership available to everyone, whether you're in a for-profit business, a nonprofit serving the community, or working as a social or environmental activist trying to change the world.
Productivity and leadership can, and should, be used intentionally for the good of all.
Intentional Productivity & Leadership
Our training programs focus on developing what we call intentional productivity and intentional leadership.
Intentionally productive people…
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“[As a leader] I became more conscious of the perspective of others and more aware "in the moment" of the broader context in which scenarios were unfolding. This allowed me to be more deliberate and intentional with my words and actions.”
“Separately, Matt's Leadership Superpowers presented me with totally new insights about how one can be an intentional, meaningful, and thoughtful leader.”
What we offer:
The office of Productive for Good is in Ithaca, NY, which is on the traditional, ancestral, unceded territory of the Gayogohó:no’ (Cayuga Nation), a nation of people still working to tend these lands for future generations. The Gayogohó:no’ are one of the five nations to first form the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois Confederacy). We think it is important to say the traditional territory names that have been silenced for too long.