Chief Coach and founder
Like any immigrant foraying into a new country’s waters, cultures, and norms, Ehab knows too well what it’s like to live first days of transition. Ehab switched careers, cities and countries, led large transformational initiatives as an outsider, started businesses, experienced failures and success that taught him the importance of having a systematic approach to leadership, and welcoming the power of having the right mind-set.
After graduating from Harvard Kennedy School, Ehab joined the teaching team of the Adaptive Leadership course at Harvard University where he coached students and experienced practitioners. He designed “Your First Days” workshop with the latest research on Adaptive Leadership, Mind-Sets and Change to support individuals make better decisions for themselves and for their communities.
Ehab has more than 15-years of demonstrated success in Engineering, Management Consulting and Banking. He leveraged his Engineering background to the business world when he earned his MBA. His latest venture focused on empowering individuals at the base of the pyramid within the sharing economy. Ehab leads the Toronto chapter of the Future Society, incorporated at Harvard Kennedy School, which specializes in questions of impact and governance of Artificial Intelligence.