Pamela Teagarden, MAPP, Founder of Teagarden Group, a consultant, coach, published author and sought-after speaker will present " Women in Business: How To Take the Risk You Cannot Afford To Take- but Cannot Afford NOT to Take.
Her amazing talk will guide you in creating a behavioral strategy for you to live and work in an integrated way, using your strengths to follow your passion to get the results you want.
About the Presenter
Pamela Teagarden works at the intersection of business and psychology, seeing the business drivers in behavior measurement and using them to ensure organizations get real results. Starting her career as a banker, and with the addition of post graduate studies in corporate behavioral psychology, she developed a ROI for people practices. She is certified in over 35 psychometric tools, partnering this with expert selection and use. She is recognized for making sense of data, marrying authentic behavioral strengths with good strategy, and communicating information in a simple, meaningful way.
Pamela has a variety of offerings. Coaching for performance and development, and, specifically, to foster diversity in leadership at the next level, she founded a non-profit called the Soluna Institute for diversity that takes the conversation outside of any one corporate initiative, allowing the conversation to uncover trends and personal practices to bridge the gap, in an innovative way. She also co-organized Corpus Operis, a global society dedicated to defining a new workforce for the next paradigm of work and innovation.
Having lived in Nizhneyvartovsk, Moscow, London, Beijing, New York City, Washington DC and Dallas, Pamela has a diverse and global perspective on human capital. Her clients include Microsoft, ABN-Amro, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Yum Restaurants International, Royal Bank of Scotland, Morgan Stanley, Deloitte and Unilever, among others. She also works across small-to-medium companies, equity funders, entrepreneurs and individuals.
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