Mo Shapiro

Mo Shapiro, Managing Partner of INFORM Training and Communication, helps individuals and their organisations to shift their thinking, change their behaviours and maximise their performance. She achieves this through her books, workshops and by bringing conferences to life with her insights, energy and inspirational stories; reinforcing the messages that the conference organiser wants to deliver.

Mo helps people to face communication and relationship issues with a unique comic style, as well as giving tips and techniques from her depth of psychological knowledge. She is an inspirational speaker who knows what makes people tick. Mo delivers her impressive presentations with pizzazz and motivates her audiences to take action. An international bestselling author and broadcaster whose words give you the confidence to succeed, Mo has a talent for making a difference. Mo is a Master Practitioner in Neuro Linguistic Programming and Coaching, and a founder member of the Professional Speakers Association with a diploma in Sports Psychology. She has a particular interest in the psychology and application of performance skills borne from her own acting and singing activities. Mo recently provided body language advice for the BBC series The Speaker and presentation skills coaching for Teachers TV. Mo turns obstacles into stepping-stones on your path to success as she helps you recognise the power of your mind and increases your mental flexibility.


Q: What do you wish someone had told you when you were starting out?
A: Write from the heart, even on business issues.  Readers identify with your enthusiasm and honesty

Q: What is the best advice you’ve ever been given?
A: Use as many case studies and real life stories as you can.  Readers want to know other people’s stories which bring a book to life and can help them learn and develop

Q: What is the most underrated skill in business?
A: Listening

Books by Mo Shapiro in this series

Tackling Interview Questions in a Week: Teach Yourself Neuro-linguistic Programming in a Week: Teach Yourself Successfully Interviewing People in a Week: Teach Yourself