I am passionate about creating workplaces that work for us messy, complex, and delightful human beings. I believe that organizations from all sectors can and should be a force for good, and that the way we work with one another matters far more than we even fully understand. "Together" means everything at work because the social capital that exists between people at work is what solves problems, greats innovation and gets results.

Our connections with each other and our sense of belonging at work motivate us to use our grit, determination, sweat, and tears to do great work.

In my years consulting to companies, I have heard story after story of people being miserable at work. When we are suffering at work, we cannot possibly bring our best. Companies — and the individual people who work there — simply do better when the fit is right. 

In this talk for TEDxPeachtree, I share my insights from research done on the workplace and how companies and supervisors can foster a culture that values relationships. Click on the image to watch now: 


What keeps me going is my hope that the world of work will inspire and ignite my own children, and the entering and future generations to solve messy, complex problems together, to create beauty and music, and to love with their whole hearts.


Want to know about my skills & experience?

Here's my bio: 

Moe Carrick is Principal and Founder of Moementum, Inc., a Certified BCorp and consulting firm dedicated to the vision of creating a world that works for everyone, using business as a force for good. Her diverse client portfolio includes Prudential Financial, REI, The Nature Conservancy, TechSoft3D, Hydroflask, and Nintendo of America, among others. 

Moe is a Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator, a highly-experiential methodology based on the research of Dr. Brené Brown. Moe is also a Certified Coach, an authorized distributor for the Wiley Suite of products (DiSC, Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team, Leadership Practices Inventory) a Certified Benchmarks Facilitator with the Center for Creative Leadership, and a standing member of the Denison Culture Roundtable.

She is a frequent contributor to the Work Smart Blog and Conscious Company and Success magazines. Moe has presented on a variety of topics at numerous organizations including South by Southwest (SXSW), Women's Center for Leadership, University of Michigan, TEDx San Juan Island and TEDxPeachtreeCircle, American Public Works Association, Northwest Human Resource Management Association, and others.

Moe describes what she does simply: help people do their best work. Moe has a rich background of Fortune 100 consulting, academic and institutional learning, keynote addresses, authorship, strategic partnering, and masterful facilitation. She grounds her approach in a unifying and undeniable truth: successful work is dependent upon human relationships. Moe’s varied contributions to people and organizations have consistently stimulated positive ripple effects with direct and favorable impact to the bottom line.

Having worked for many years in the outdoor education arena as an instructor for Outward Bound and the National Outdoor Leadership school, she continues to bring adventure into her client engagements in big and small ways. 

Moe enjoys both traveling the world and being outside in her home town of Central Oregon: running, riding horses, working in the garden, or just strolling.

She earned a B.A. from the University of New Hampshire and an M.S. in Organizational Management from Antioch University.