Tamara’s life is about breaking through the status quo for game-changing results – and, that’s what her audiences learn how to do, too!
Breaking The Status Quo
From being part of the elite group of TED speakers to completing three Tough Mudders (and counting) Tamara’s life is about breaking through the status quo for game-changing results – and that’s what her audiences learn how to do too!
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Ad Agency Whiz Kid
At 27 she was the youngest person ever named to leadership in a leading global advertising agency. If you’ve walked the aisle of Target you’ve pushed your cart past products and brands that have benefited from Tamara’s innovative approach – everything from Cheerios and Johnsonville Sausage to Procter and Gamble and Clorox. As the driving force behind a global innovation and brand strategy firm, Tamara created and delivered new revenue streams that helped double revenues and land the big dog accounts in just 18 months.
As the founder of a thriving entrepreneurial business, TheShuuk.com – the testing ground for the world’s coolest, new ideas, Tamara knows what it takes to drive growth and innovation daily in an ever-changing market-place. Tamara is a business owner that speaks for the love of spreading innovative ideas and the entrepreneurial mindset. She brings a unique, real world, in the trenches perspective to all her engagements. As the creator of the Innovation Quotient Edge (IQE) Assessment, Tamara has developed the only tool able to measure people’s natural innovation strengths and deliver insights and tools for performing at their peak, bringing more innovative ideas to the table, being a high value team member and creating game-changing results.
Published All Over!
She is the author of two nationally published playbooks, including her most recent, Think Sideways: A Game-changing Playbook For Disruptive Thinking. For the past 18 years Tamara has advised companies such as Disney, General Mills, RICOH and Otterbox and worked in industries ranging from healthcare and library to consumer goods and high tech on fostering innovative ideas and people. She has run multi-million dollar businesses and launched a few of her own, learning from her successes and, most importantly, her failures. Tamara has been featured on the TODAY SHOW, the New York Times, Denver Business Journal, Kitchen & Bath Magazine, Speakers Magazine, NBC 9News, C2 morning show and on radio stations across the country. As a kid in computer camp she won the “I’ll try anything once” Award—a motto she still lives by.