The Alternative Board (TAB) has for over 25 years provided owners, CEO’s, presidents and managing partners of small to medium sized businesses a powerful and confidential forum to tap into the business know-how and wisdom of a peer advisory setting with non-competing peers to become more effective leaders, energized by their personal and professional visions and supported by professional coaching, proprietary business tools and positive accountability.
William Fadul, Owner and President of TAB Atlanta Central, has been a business owner in Atlanta for over 30 years, founding The Building Firm Inc. and a founding partner of MOSAIC Design-Build Inc., a prominent and award-winning construction and remodeling firm known for its blend of innovative design and business process.
William’s business experience in the small/medium company space is extensive and includes particular emphases on finance and P&L, HR/people management, sales and sales management, mentoring and coaching, and succession planning. He is a graduate of the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill with a degree in English and holds certifications in the sustainable construction field as well as being a TAB-certified Facilitator and Coach.
The passion William brings to his work through TAB Atlanta Central is to leverage his knowledge and experience and the power of TAB to make every leader more effective and fulfilled, every company more productive and a better place to work, and every journey more meaningful.
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