Specifically designed to produce results.
MOJO works alongside clients to clarify their identity and purpose, and then to develop clear, healthy culture. Subsequently, we provide a template to align strategies and tactics in such a way that it enables the organization to fulfill its purpose while simultaneously engaging all levels of the organization in that effort.
At the MOJO Company, we utilize the MOJO Method of Team Design. Part of that methodology involves something we call a Team Discovery & Design Workshop. You could think of it as a cross between Design Thinking and a very human approach to team building.
Using servant leadership as the foundation, MOJO creates custom leadership development solutions that are designed to be interwoven with and support your organizational culture.
Meet the collaborators (or is it co-conspirators?) who are bent on making this world a better place by helping organizations craft clear and compelling identities and be amazing places to work.
Tired of boring speakers that talk about the same stuff? Matt's on a crusade to make the world a better place by helping companies craft clear and compelling identities and be amazing places to work. He's also a big fan of servant leadership and helping people be more fully human. And he sure as heck isn't boring.
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We’ve all been there, right? You can’t turn around without stepping in…it. Just when you think you’ve got everything under control(ish), something else goes sideways, and you’re left trying to put out yet another fire. And somehow, some way, amidst all that, you’re supposed to — get this — think strategically about the direction of[…]
My name is Matt, and I have major depressive disorder. (Pssst….this is where you’re all supposed to say, “Hi, Matt” in unison.) For a long time before I started speaking publicly about it, that was a dark, little secret that I kept locked away, with only a few friends and family knowing. There’s a stigma[…]
There’s a myth that’s often perpetuated out there, and it’s pervasive enough that I thought it was worth mentioning here in MojoLand. It’s the idea that in order to be a high performer, you sort of have to fit a particular mold. Now, this idea is expressed in different ways, mind you. Sometimes it will[…]
It begins with a certain, momentary, far-off look. Then a wistful gaze at the black notebook. It’s a running joke with my clients; they know what’s coming next. An idea is taking shape. Some thought — some seemingly random thought or word or picture or sound or image — has sparked something. And we’re off to the[…]