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“I am most grateful for Camelia’s guidance through culture change and rapid growth. My executive team and I are looking forward to continuing our collaboration”.  Iulian Tache, Partner/Executive Director​​, H2O International

Author

Friends or Foes: Dynamics Between OCBs, Contexts, and Innovation Development

​​Camelia Fawzy, DM, MBA
Senior Management Consultant, Researcher,
Training Design and Facilitator
​LinkedIn@ Dr.Camelia Fawzy

​​“Camelia is not only a theoretical and academic thinker and practitioner but she applies her academic knowledge and links it to management principles and actions.... I can tell you honestly that there is no one that I have worked with for the last 10 years that is more worthy and competent of bridging the academic and management world”. 

Dr. Jean DellAmore, President Steril KONI

A successful organizational development consultant and entrepreneur with more than 25 years of leadership experience in multicultural settings. Using evidence-based research, Camelia assists business leaders and their executive teams in adapting their organizational culture to changes inherent to fast growth, acquisitions or development of complex and innovative projects. 


Camelia conducts interactive training programs and workshops enhancing participants’ Emotional Intelligence (EI), Cultural Intelligence (CQ) and Inclusive Leadership Skills while addressing organizational factors that can lead to poor team performance and engagement in unethical decisions and behaviors. Using the Assess-Implement-Mentor (AIM) process, she coaches leaders through culture change design and implementation aiming to create more authentically inclusive and high-performing teams and organizations.​​​​​​ Camelia uses her expertise to facilitate the development of psychologically safe work environments and the skills required to address stereotype-threat and improve performance. ​


​​​​Empowering Leaders and Engaging Teams in Culture Transformation

Engineering Culture Change

for Employees with DisAbilities 

"Unity, not uniformity, must be our aim. We attain unity only through variety.

Differences must be integrated, not annihilated, or absorbed.”    Mary Parker Follett