Mo brings something unique to all our work. Here are some of the things he has said about himself.
“I am committed to freedom, to people being free and fully self expressed. I stand for people fulfilling their potential. I believe that we are all constrained by aspects of our past, that we unwittingly limit ourselves and create a limited view of the future and what is possible.
My style can be spontaneous and unstructured, flowing in the conversation, being present, listening, being alongside. At the same time my facilitation is informed, carefully judged, and simultaneously deeply attentive to the group as a whole and to the individuals within it. I am truthful, unapologetic, and authentic and I encourage others to be so too.
Narrative Transformation is my methodology. As people discover their limiting beliefs, and learn how to defy the self-imposed restrictions that hold them back, they discover, not only a new freedom, but new abilities to live with uncertainty, and how to allow the same for others.
For 25 years, I have worked with organisations to deliver innovative and professionally-rooted leadership development and coaching programs. My main area of expertise is Organisational and Personal Transformation, with a particular focus on authentic leadership and narrative approaches to communication and conflict transformation.
I originally trained as a clinical psychologist. I have a BA in Psychology, an MSc in Clinical Psychology and a second Masters degree in Creative Conflict Transformation through the Arts. I am currently completing a PhD in Solo Autobiographical Theatre at the University of Plymouth.”
Mo recently took part in Mike Chitty’s ‘Be a Better Leader’ podcast and you can hear the conversation by following this link: Mo Cohen and Mike Chitty