MO

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Founder and president of Forum Resources Network, LLC and co-founder of Harvard Business School Alumni Forums.

He is author of two best-selling books, Forum: The Secret Advantage of Successful Leaders and The Friendship Advantage – 7 keys to Building Relationships that Transform Culture and Drive Productivity.

Prior to that Mo served as executive director of Entrepreneurs’ Organization (1991-1997) where he created the peer to peer Forum program content initiated 100s of CEO Forums. Mo has worked with over 20,000 CEOs and Entrepreneurs over the course of nearly 3 decades in 33 countries.


Mo regularly speaks to groups of CEOs and their C suite as well as to chapters of YPO (Young Presidents’ Organization), EO (Entrepreneurs’ Organization) as well as audiences of more than 500 attendees. He has a popular TEDx talk and has appeared on many TV shows and podcasts as well as in many newspapers. Personally, Mo is dedicated to health and fitness. He loves skiing, sailing, Yoga and stand up paddle boarding. He has completed 3 marathons, an Ironman and in 2018 placed first in USA Yoga’s Midwest regional championships for men over 50 and is a member of the board of USA Yoga Federation. Mo lives in Alexandria VA with his much better half Sally and their son Eli.

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"The Friendship Advantage" provides practical ways to strengthen bonds that will improve employee productivity, happiness and well-being, as well as boost the bottom line through higher retention rates and a richer company culture.

"Forum" has been the secret of successful leaders, entrepreneurs and presidents for decades. This book is a complete "how to" guide and is full of practical examples and stories both for start-up forums or peer groups. Also full of communication skills that can be used with in the workplace and at home.

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