Mo Fathelbab

Keynote and Tedx Speaker, Best-selling author

Mo Fathelbab

Trusted by over 20,000 CEOs

Mo Fathelbab

Transforming company cultures, building friendships at work

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The Friendship Advantage
7 Keys to Building Relationships that Transform Corporate Culture and Drive Productivity

by: Mo Fathelbab

Trusted by more the 20,000 CEOs
Author of Forum: the Secret Advantage of Successful Leaders

Available now in paperback and Kindle

New Book Reveals Seven Keys to Building Relationships, Driving Employee Engagement. Employees, managers and executives can learn how to improve their work experiences to yield professional and personal advantages.

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Loyalty & Honesty
Maintaining confidentiality and personal commitment, in a safe, accepting, non-judgmental environment, builds trust.
Personal Responsibility
Each member must show up, speak up, take part and take a role for a committed peer group to thrive.
Transformational Growth
Profound transformational change occurs when one engages honestly, taps into peer experiences, and applies it to life.
Peer Relationships
Bonds are formed by a committed group of non-competing equals with access to each other’s experiences, insight and support.
Experience At its best
One learns best from experiences – via ones own actions, feelings, and behaviors and by considering the experiences of peers.
Peer Communications
Drawing on personal experience generates honest communication, and is the cornerstone of valuable peer relationships.

What are people saying?

“Mo has been a masterful resource in creating meaningful relationships amongst our CEOs for almost two decades. We are grateful for his contributions. ”
“Thanks.... The exercises we did had a long residual effect on me. I still think about them a lot. You are very talented at what you do.”
"You are a tremendous speaker and facilitator. That is simply a result of being a tremendous person. Thank you for everything you’ve done for us and me."