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Tasha Eurich

Tasha Eurich

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Fee Range: 20000-39999
  • Principal of The Eurich Group, a boutique executive development firm
  • PhD in Industrial-Organizational Psychology, researcher, and New York Times best-selling author
  • Author of Insight (nominated as a 2017 best business book by CEO-READ) and Bankable Leadership
  • Contributor to Harvard Business Review & featured in the Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Forbes, The New York Times, and Fast Company
  • Selected as a Marshall Goldsmith “100 Coaches” honoree from more than 14,000 candidates
  • Named a Leader to Watch by the American Management Association
  • Named a Top 100 Thought Leader by Trust Across America
  • Repeat Speaker for TEDxMileHigh

To compete in today’s increasingly challenging climate,business leaders must do many things: keep up with competitors, respond to a new generation of clients and employees, stay abreast of industry changes, attract and retain great talent, and more. But yesterday’s leadership tools simply aren’t enough to tackle tomorrow’s challenges.

Fortunately, reveals organizational psychologist and New York Times bestselling author, Dr. Tasha Eurich, hope lies in one of the most important, yet least-examined, leadership capabilities: self-awareness. Leaders who cultivate it bust through barriers to change, perform better, make smarter decisions, and even lead more profitable companies.

Through her academic research on the inner workings of thousands of individuals and her work as an elite executive coach to countless international corporations, Eurich has become an expert in the ways we delude ourselves at work and in life. Hear her data-backed advice for building and nurturing lasting self-awareness and passing these skills on to the teams you lead.

In this enlightening, interactive, and practical session based on the book Insight, participants will

  • What self-awareness really is and how it helps leaders succeed.
  • An understanding of your own self-awareness as a leader.
  • The surprising myths about, and unseen obstacles to, self-awareness and teamawareness.
  • What self-aware leaders do differently, and a few battle-tested tools to improve leadership self- awareness right away.
Becoming a Future-Ready Leader

The speed of business in the 21st century can be downright dizzying. With change, innovation, and disruption as permanent fixtures, the best leaders know that success is a moving target—that the decisions, skills and behaviors getting them ahead today won’t always be what gets them ahead tomorrow. But for most leaders, change is challenging and stressful.

Fortunately, reveals Dr. Tasha Eurich, there is one highly learnable skill that all agile, adaptable, and future-ready leaders possess. Self-awareness doesn’t just help leaders produce powerful results, but also to become trusted, respected, and motivating forces for their teams and organizations. In both her academic research and her career as an elite executive coach, Tasha provides data-backed advice for building and nurturing self-awareness. Participants will leave with several battle-tested tools to improve and a newfound confidence not just to survive, but thrive, in a constantly changing world.


  • The two categories of self-awareness and how they influence our effectiveness, happiness, and change agility.
  • The many myths of self-awareness, and how to avoid the invisible roadblocks that get in our way.
  • Why power decreases self-awareness and a simple tool to get the feedback they need to succeed.
  • How self-aware leaders create wildly successful teams and a culture where people tell the truth.
Self-Awareness: The Secret to Building Brand Evangelists

What does it take to turn potential customers into enthusiastic brand evangelists? While it’s common to focus on strategies like customer outreach, marketing campaigns, and social media, studies show that the secret to creating customers for life is recognizing and responding to their emotional needs.

And as it turns out, there is one skill that makes or breaks our ability to do so—the skill of self-awareness. Customer service professionals who know who they are and how they come across, for example, have been shown to perform twice as well as those who don’t.

Dr. Tasha Eurich is an expert in building self-awareness to support the customer experience—she helped one wireless telecommunications company improve their net promoter score by 12 points in just 12 months through her science-backed approach. Participants will discover that increasing their knowledge of who they are and how they’re seen will dramatically elevate their contributions.


  • The three behaviors of self-aware leaders and the roadblocks that get in our way.
  • How to understand and really live their values and in so doing, create enthusiastic brand evangelists.
  • Why most people don’t get the feedback they need, and a simple process to gather enlightening, actionable feedback from customers and employees.
  • Several new tools to ensure trusting, compassionate interactions with customers.
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 do. And even though women are generally rated as slightly more effective than men, they typically underestimate how others view their performance. So they shy away from taking risks, advocating for themselves, and selling their ideas—all with consequences for their advancement, engagement, and retention.

But in these challenges lies opportunity. Women have many unique advantages when it comes to self-awareness. In fact, by learning who they are and how they’re seen, they can catalyze their careers and become more empowered in the process.


  • Why self-awareness improves our relationships, influence, and effectiveness.
  • How women can overcome their most common self-awareness challenges.
  • How to push past self-sabotaging thoughts and replace them with productive self-insight.
  • Techniques for even the most senior leaders to get candid feedback that deepens their self-confidence and effectiveness.
Bankable Leadership

Tasha speaks on the content from her New York Times best-selling book Bankable Leadership. Since its release in 2013, it has become a popular resource for managers who don’t want to choose between motivating their employees and producing bottom-line business results. While the field of leadership development certainly isn’t short on ideas, it doesn’t always foster behavior change. Tasha’s take on leadership provides a wide-ranging array of practical micro-tools that can be used to improve effectiveness right away. Clients often choose to customize learning events to the specific skills they want to improve in their organization.

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