Senior Vice-President Strategic Solutions, Lee Hecht Harrison Knightsbridge
Tammy’s leadership program unlocked something within each of the delegates that was visibly noticeable - creating stronger, more confident and intentional leaders.
Tammy Heermann is a soughtafter advisor who helps individuals and organizations get serious about leadership. She has developed pioneering and multiple award-winning programs aimed at changing mindsets, advancing skillsets, and sustaining deliberate practices to achieve high performance. She is specifically sought out by Fortune 500 companies for her expertise in gender diversity and programs that accelerate female talent. Elevate Your Influence™, a two-day women in leadership experience designed by Tammy, won the 2015 Leadership Excellence award in the International Firm category by HR.com.
Over the course of her career Tammy has worked with thousands of leaders globally and while having significant impact in the C-Suite, she is happiest when pushing up-and-coming leaders to break through organizational and self-imposed barriers to reach their potential. Her clients express the value of Tammy’s down to earth, practical style in creating an environment of trust in a room of strangers.
In addition to her work with Lee Hecht Harrison Knightsbridge, Tammy is a faculty member and expert coach for the Women of Influence Advancement Centre and also sits on the Women’s Leadership Advisory Committee for Women in Communications and Technology. She is a graduate of the London School of Economics with a Master of Science degree in Personnel Management and Industrial Relations, and holds an Honours Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Saskatchewan.
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How to go from Being Tactical to Being StrategicTammy Heermann
There are particular challenges that women face in terms of being perceived as strategic. Early in my career when I was doing my first 360, I got my results back – and you remember your first 360 I’m sure.
What Does it Take to be Seen as Strategic?Tammy Heermann
So what does it take to be considered strategic today? Everyone wants to be considered strategic, it’s the holy grail of promotions, of getting that capital if you’re an entrepreneur or being considered a high potential.
3 Important Considerations for Handling High Potential TalentTammy Heermann
So there are a few common failure paths that I see that organizations take when they are creating their high potential strategy. The first is around defining the high potential pool incorrectly.
How to Attract and Retain Strong TalentTammy Heermann
We can talk about strategies like great employment brand and bias free recruiting and having strong retention policies, but for me, the biggest impact that organizations can make in attracting and retaining strong talent is in the hands of the direct managers.
What Leadership is Really All AboutTammy Heermann
So much has been written about leadership, I think it is the most prolific topic and we can talk about things like creating a vision and a strategy, or developing followership to bring people along or building teams – and all of that is really important, all the things we find in compani...
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Do we need a different approach to developing female leaders?Tammy Heermann
Many people think so. Several organizations are leading the way for female development programs because of a perceived need to bring women along a different path than men when it comes to fostering leadership.
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