For nearly three decades, Mo has been at the forefront of creating and advocating peer groups and building communities. He has worked with over 20,000 CEOs and entrepreneurs in 30+ countries, delivering over 2,500 retreats, programs, and trainings to corporate clients and leading organizations, including Google, Pathstone Federal Street, Harvard Business School, SHRM, and Young Presidents’ Organization.
In addition to being a highly sought-after forum facilitator and consultant to corporate leadership teams, Mo is a very engaging keynote speaker and emcee. He has delivered keynote addresses to large audiences, including TEDx, Conscious Capitalism, Scale Up, SOSi, and SHRM.
Prior to launching Forum Resources Network, Mo served as executive director of Entrepreneurs’ Organization (1991-1997), where he launched 100s of CEO peer groups and grew the organization from 100 to 2,000 global members.
Personally, Mo is dedicated to health and fitness. He loves skiing, sailing, yoga, and stand-up paddle boarding. He has completed three marathons, an Ironman, and, in 2018, placed first in USA Yoga’s Midwest regional championships for men over 50. Mo serves on the boards of Young Presidents’ Organization Washington and Baltimore Gold Chapter and Beyond CEO Coaching. Mo lives in Alexandria, VA with his much better half, Sally, and their son, Eli.
Providing the tools to create culture that lasts
Forum Resources Network guides executive-level peer groups through a process of personal and professional transformation by providing expert meeting facilitation, training, and resources.
Retreat’s tasks are aimed at strengthening coworker relationships, developing levels of communication and allowing you to monitor how your team works together in some challenging but fun situations.
Cultural integration is used as a way to ensure there isn’t a dominant culture in the workplace. When successful, there is a reduction in cultural gaps which can promote workplace diversity.
Partnership Mediation is a process that discovers the issues, guides those issues to resolution, and helps the partners focus on the business rather than emotions.
What is a Forum or Peer Group?
A group of 8-10 peers who meet on a monthly bases. Discuss personal and business issues within their own lives. These forums present an opportunity for listening, learning, self-reflection and growth.