Mo Shapiro has a talent for really making a difference. A hugely inspirational speaker Mo delivers, impressive presentations and motivates her audiences to shift their thinking. Mo is an expert in all aspects of personal and professional business development, and psychological and human behavioural issues.
About Mo Shapiro
Mo Shapiro’s success on the business speakers circuit is due to the fact she ensures her speeches and presentations are amusing, inspirational, informative, and memorable. She is often called on to provide psychological insights for companies with products as diverse as types of bank account, paint colours and transport. Furthermore, she has addressed audiences across the globe. From the corporate world to the House of Lords and from the UK and Ireland to as far away as Australia.
Mo Shapiro regularly facilitates workshops on Neuro Linguistic Programming, counselling skills, assertiveness, team building, stress management and positive communication. To date, Mo is the author of many personal development books; for the Chartered Institute of Management – ‘Successful Interviewing’, ‘Understanding NLP’, ‘Succeeding at Interviews’, ‘Tackling Interview Questions’ and ‘Shift Your Thinking – Change Your Life’ for Sheldon Press. Her book ‘Instant Manager Neuro Linguistic Programming’ by the Chartered Management Institute and Hodder Education provides an introduction to the subject of NLP and includes lots of tips and techniques to get people started using NLP immediately.
Mo is regularly called upon by all forms of print, broadcast and internet media for expert advice input. Her print media profile includes being a member of the Expert Panel for Health & Fitness Magazine and contributions to ‘The Sunday Times’, ‘Independent on Sunday’, ‘Daily Express’, ‘Daily Mail’, ‘Daily Record’, ‘The Scotsman’, ‘The Guardian’, ‘Evening Standard’, ‘Sunday Express Magazine’, ‘SHE’, ‘Cosmopolitan’, ‘Glamour’, ‘Zest’, ‘Executive PA’ and many more. More recently she has given body language analysis to ‘The Sun’ and ‘The Mirror’ newspapers, ‘Closer’, ‘Cosmopolitan’ and ‘Eve’ magazines. Broadcast media profile includes appearances on ‘Tonight’ with Trevor Macdonald, ‘Trisha’, ‘Esther’, BBC Look East, Scotland, Leeds, Nottingham, Jersey, Birmingham, Radio Scotland, Radio 5 Live and Radio 4.
Clients include Pricewaterhouse Cooper’s Women’s Network, East Midlands Development Agency’s Women in Business Conference, Lloyds Bank Women’s Network, CONFEX Ireland, National Speakers of Australia Annual Convention, The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Page One Communications, Findel Education, Open University, Baker Tilly, Bain & Co, Selfridges, Institute of Customer Services and The Bank of England.
"Mo’s a complete professional, highly imaginative and innovative. She guided us through a most valuable team building day leaving us all with a very positive attitude."
Open University Development Office
"You exceeded my expectations by a mile! The organisers had given you the toughest spot, straight after lunch, but you sent us all home buzzing with energy and good humour. That's the most innovative and entertaining ending to a speech that I've ever seen!"
MIPR Words that Work
"Mo inspired our counter staff and managers as part of six team training events. The results were evident in an increase in customer satisfaction and our bottom line."
"Mo Shapiro's energy and enthusiasm are infectious. It's impossible to be in her presence and not be uplifted"
Author of Never be Boring Again
"I just wanted to say how much I personally enjoyed your presentation. It has already changed the way I communicate with people. I have networked with several people who were there too and they remain as enthusiastic as me on your ‘teaching’ of NLP."
Wellingborough Innovation Centre
"Mo was brilliant. She got the conference off to a great start and created an atmosphere of anticipation, almost instant engagement and fun. She maintained the upbeat tone throughout a very demanding, fast-paced and participative day. The staff feedback forms particularly singled out Mo for praise, with many delegates saying it was the best conference we’d ever had."
Bedfordshire Pilgrims Housing Association