• Clients include Google, Salesforce, the NBA, Walmart, and the White House Leadership Development Program
• Globally ranked the #1 self-awareness coach, #1 organizational culture expert, and a top 30 emerging management thinker
• Author of Insight and Bankable Leadership
• Her TEDxMileHigh talks have been viewed more than 7 million times
• Featured in the Wall Street Journal, NBC, The New York Times, NPR, Harvard Business Review and Fast Company
Globally recognized as the leading self-awareness coach and organizational culture expert, Tasha is the principal of The Eurich Group, a boutique firm that helps companies—from start-ups to the Fortune 100—succeed by improving the effectiveness of their executives and executive teams.
Tasha has worked directly with more than 20,000 leaders and spoken live to hundreds of thousands more, on every continent but Antarctica. Her clients include Google, Salesforce, the NBA, Whataburger, Walmart, and the White House Leadership Development Program.
Tasha’s first book, Bankable Leadership, debuted at #8 on The New York Times bestseller list. Her latest book, Insight, explores the connection between self-awareness and success. Hailed as a “bold, exhilarating take on self-improvement” by Success Magazine and a “fascinating read” by The Guardian, Insight was selected by Brené Brown as one of her Leadership / Business books, and famed Wharton professor Adam Grant calls it one of the three books he recommends most often.
Tasha contributes to Harvard Business Review, and her work has been featured in outlets like The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Fast Company, and Fortune, as well as peer-reviewed journals. Her TEDx talks have been viewed more than nine million times.
- The Hybrid Leader: How Self-Awareness Drives Success in the New World of Work
The last year-plus has left an indelible mark on the world. For teams and organizations, the challenges of COVID have also created opportunities. Despite being physically apart, for example, teams bridged the distance to collaborate more closely than ever. And organizations found ways to transform crisis into their finest hour—from finding new ways to serve customers to revamping business models to entering new markets.
Yet while necessity is the mother of invention, these transformations weren’t easy. After more than a year of disruptive change, stress, and uncertainty, people everywhere are struggling to sustain their success and sanity—and leaders have more responsibility than ever before.
But motivating teams and meeting goals in this new hybrid reality can be challenging and stressful. For leaders, the learning curve feels so steep because the approaches of the past aren’t what will help them get ahead in the future.
Fortunately, reveals Dr. Tasha Eurich, the foundational skill of successful hybrid leadership is also highly learnable. In this provocative yet practical talk, Dr. Eurich demonstrates that when leaders make the brave decision to improve their self-awareness, they create connection and community, motivate teams in the face of uncertainty, and drive innovation and performance. Through her academic research on the inner workings of thousands of individuals and her 15-plus year career as an elite executive coach, she provides simple, scientifically supported tools participants can apply immediately to become exponentially more effective in the new world of work.
• Understand why self-awareness catalyzes performance, collaboration, and engagement, in (hybrid) work and life.
• Discover why almost all leaders are less self-aware than they think, and how to overcome the invisible roadblocks that get in the way.
• Learn several tools to improve connection and empathy, no matter the distance.
• Cultivate self-aware teams that succeed, and tell each other the truth, in an uncertain and ever-changing world.
- Self-Awareness: The Essential Skill for Building Diverse, Equitable, and Inclusive Organizations
Against the background of a world forever changed by the events of 2020, organizations are doubling down on their commitment to create diverse, equitable, and inclusive cultures. Yet with so many employees working remotely, this task may feel even more difficult than it was in the past. In this eye-opening, interactive, and practical program, Dr. Tasha Eurich reveals the role self-awareness plays in reducing bias and improving inclusion and belonging—even from a distance. Audiences will discover both surprising scientific findings and actionable tools to build organizations where everyone is treated with dignity and respect.
• Understand the critical role self-awareness plays in diverse teams and organizations.
• Learn why most people aren’t as self-aware as they think, and the first (and most important) step to improve self-awareness.
• Recognize what bias is, how it operates in our brains, and how it affects both our beliefs and behaviors.
• Learn how susceptible you are to biases and two scientifically supported tools to bust through them.
• Discover the role feedback plays in creating inclusive cultures and a simple process to collect candid feedback on how you’re showing up.
- How Self-Awareness Enables Extraordinary Sales
What does it take to turn potential customers into enthusiastic evangelists? While it’s common to focus on skills like prospecting and closing, studies show that the secret to extraordinary sales is recognizing and responding to customers’ emotional needs. And as it turns out, there is one skill that makes or breaks our ability to do so: self-awareness.
In our rapidly changing world, successful salespeople can’t just focus on growing their business—they have to grow themselves, and that starts with knowing themselves. Research shows that understanding who we are and how we come across improves our influence, relationships, and sales outcomes.
In this informative and inspiring session, Dr. Tasha Eurich will draw on her years of scientific research and her experience as an elite executive coach to help participants ignite their sales through greater self-awareness.
• Uncover the three behaviors of self-aware salespeople, and learn why most of us are less self-aware than we think.
• Discover the step most sales professionals skip when understanding customer needs.
• Learn a surprisingly easy tool to control emotions in difficult sales situations.
• A simple process to gather enlightening, actionable feedback to improve customer interactions and relationships.
- Powering Up: How Self-Awareness Helps Women Succeed
Self-awareness is at the heart of leadership and professional success. Research increasingly shows that it's the foundation of high performance, meaningful relationships, and a fulfilling career. Yet developing this critical skill is often easier said than done, and the obstacles can feel especially pronounced for women.
For example, research shows that female leaders tend to receive less feedback than men. And even though women are generally rated as more effective than their male counterparts, they typically underestimate how others view their performance. So they shy away from taking risks, advocating for themselves, and selling their ideas—with consequences for their advancement, engagement, and retention.
But in these challenges lies opportunity. In this enlightening and inspiring program, audience members will learn how to overcome the often surprising self-awareness challenges women face, discover how to harness their unique power, and acquire several tools to help them succeed, advance, and thrive as leaders.
• Discover why a lack of self-confidence is rarely a barrier to success for women at work (and what actually is).
• Learn a tool to improve their effectiveness by understanding our unique strengths through the eyes of others.
• How to push past self-sabotaging thoughts and replace them with productive self-insight.
• Understand why women often don’t get good feedback and a simple process to gather regular, candid and empowering feedback.