The name is totally fictitious, as indicated by the first time I googled it, zero entries came up. When I was brainstorming names for my company, I searched online for the basic building blocks of language, namely Latin and Greek roots and prefixes. I knew I wanted the name to include some form of “clar” as in clarify or clarity. Several years ago it became clear to me and still resonates today that bringing clarity is what I do and what coaching is all about. “En” is a prefix meaning “into,” “cover with,” or “cause.” I added “ia” to the end because I liked the way it sounded and it has a slight but not overt feminine flair to it. So, the name “Enclaria” is meant to conjure a sense of giving clarity to leadership.
Plus, “Enclaria Leadership” sounds like something Harry Potter might say while waving his wand, and instantaneously the object of the spell would illuminate with a sudden knowledge of who they need to be and what they need to do next. Sometimes, coaching happens that way.