Johnnie Moore - Business coaching, team building and facilitation

Performing together

I love helping people work better together. I'm optimistic about everyone's capacity to discover new ways to collaborate and grow. We all have it in us.

Sharing vulnerability

Helping teams succeed is not about playing the role of expert explaining everything. Instead, it’s important to join people in taking the little risks that make real teamwork possible. Figuring things out together is a more powerful way of teambuilding than fighting for attention.

Not playing too safe

It’s easy to play safe in working relationships, rather than take the risk of creative friction. We need curiosity and some kindly mischief to make new things happen.

Finding the sweet spot

There’s a sweet spot between the structured thinking of organisations, and the individuality and unpredictability of the humans working for them. In that space, great things can happen. It’s the essence of teambuilding.

I’ve been doing this for quite a long time with all sorts of people.

I’ve worked across UK. Europe, Africa, Asia, Australasia and North America

I’ve learned pretty much everything I know about facilitation from Johnnie over the years. His approach is intelligent, fun and very engaging. Highly recommended.

Roland Harwood, founder, Liminal

Our experience with Johnnie was a game changer. The team’s idea of what effective facilitation is, got turned on its head.

Cheryl Ader-Dunne, Executive Director, Strategy, Ogilvy

Great teams are not rushed

Unhurried is my personal touchstone for working with people in ways that brings out the best of our human qualities. Find out more at the Unhurried website.

Read the Book

Unhurried at Work

My book, Unhurried at Work, is about enjoying life at a more human pace in a world that seems to run at the speed of machines. It grew from an experiment in having more satisfying conversations where we stop interrupting each other and sometimes sit with silence.

Watch the Video

Exploring Unhurried

A short video in which I share how I developed the philosophy of Unhurried for working with people