Moe Carrick is an internationally respected pioneer in the study and practice of workplace culture.
Her award-winning frameworks and tools have been used by some of the country’s most recognized brands such as Nike, Nintendo, Amazon, Hydroflask and Reddit, to improve workplace culture, reduce churn and drive business performance.
Over two decades, Moe’s proprietary culture building methods have improved employee engagement and dramatically cut burnout across industry, healthcare, government and non-profit sectors. She has been recognized three times with the Thinkers 360 Award, as well as honored with awards by Fastest Growing Companies, Woman of the Year, Real Leaders, and CEO Monthly.
Moe’s sought after talks on innovation, the future of work and employee wellbeing, have been featured 3 times on the TEDx stage, twice at SXSW, as well as at dozens of conferences across the world. She is the author of three bestselling books, Fit Matters: How to Love Your Job with co-author Cammie Dunaway, Brave Space Workplace: Making Your Company Fit for Human Life, and When Work is Good: What it Means, Why it Drives Results, How You Can Build a Workplace People Love.
Moe’s work focuses on the 7 needs people have of work, as well as the fundamental pillars of innovative, inclusive and dynamic workplace cultures. Her research, curricula and tools are the result of more than 1.5M workplace data points gathered with thousands of leaders..
Prior to founding her award-winning workplace culture consultancy Moementum Inc, Moe was an organizational change leader in tech and healthcare.
A passionate outdoorswoman, Moe has guided over 150 teenagers on backwoods expeditions throughout the country. (They all survived.) She’s a mom to 3 grown humans and lives in Bend Oregon, with her husband.