Tamara Ghandour - Everyday Innovator. Business Owner. Change Leader
At the forefront of human-centered innovation, the impact of Tamara's ground breaking work can be seen in individuals and teams across the globe as the discover how to be high-value, high-performing across work and life. Bringing together over two decades of business experience, neuroscience, brain mechanics, and behavioral psychology, Tamara created the first tools to truly make innovation tangible and accessible to all of us. Through her proprietary assessment, The Innovation Quotient Edge (IQE), Tamara discovered the keys to unlocking individuals’ innovative minds to perform at their peak, create breakthrough outcomes, and have a stronger, more valued voice in the world.
From being part of the elite group of TED speakers to completing three Tough Mudders (and counting), Tamara Ghandour's life is about helping others breaking through their status quo walls for game-changing results. As the founder of a LaunchStreet, Tamara leads her team and clients of Everyday Innovators to gain the competitive advantage through the power of human-centered innovation. And, with over 25 years of business experience under her belt, Tamara knows what it takes to drive growth and innovation in an ever-changing market-place.
When companies like Arrow, Disney, Ardent Mills, Schneider Electric and RICOH want to drive innovation across their people and business, they call Tamara. She has run multi-million dollar businesses and launched a few of her own, learning from her successes and, most importantly, her failures. Tamara Ghandour has been featured in media across the globe including the TODAY SHOW, New York Times, Denver Business Journal, NBC 9News and more.
As a sought after keynote speaker and host of the top rated innovation podcast, Inside LaunchStreet, Tamara brings a breadth and depth of relevant, real-world knowledge to her work. Her big crazy goal is to unleash one million innovators into the world.
As a kid in computer camp, Tamara won the “I’ll try anything once” award - a motto she still lives by.