Since 1996, Tammie Myles’s consulting company works nationally with those impacted by trauma, abuse, and addictions in Aboriginal communities. Previously working for reconciliation between the Catholic Church and Aboriginal people in Canada, her work provides a solid foundation in communication, leadership, and conflict resolution.
Achieving a Master of Arts Degree in Leadership and Training, Tammie enhanced her ability to expand her work in Leadership and Organization Development by aligning valuable lessons learned in her previous intensive personal development work. Therefore, embedded with indigenous knowledge, she has developed an innovative approach to leadership, mindfulness, and personal development to build strong teams.
Further to contractual experiences, her past work comprises of Management of a large Non-Profit agency in Health, Social Services, Education, Justice, Culture, and recreation for many years bringing proficiency of strategic planning, budgeting, program development and design, curriculum development, instructing online learning, supervision, program evaluation, proposal writing and contract management. These past experiences, and raising four children as a single parent, deepens her understanding for the need for mindful reflection and being present in our currently demanding world.
- Leadership 2020, Bowen Island July 2014
- The ALIA Summer Leadership Intensive for Higher Education Leaders and Faculty, Tacoma, June 2014
- Relationship Dynamics, Sedona AZ 2015-present
- Metaphysical Science, Sedona AZ, 2007- present
- Power and Systems, Systems Theory in Organizations, Boston MA, 2005
- Satir Family Reconstruction Therapy, Nanaimo, 2004-2005
- State of the World Forum, San Francisco, 1996