COACHING

Become The Leader You've Always Been Meant To Be

I believe in the power of my clients to chart their own destinies. Deep down, we know what we really want. But layers of expectation, fear, self-judgment and conventional wisdom stand between us and the beautiful truth underneath. I help my clients peel back these layers, dwell in their truth, and lead with authenticity and accountability.

Bridge Over River

CHART YOUR OWN LEADERSHIP PATH

The work of justice can be a lot more joyful and nourishing than it is for most of us, most of the time. What could it look like for you to have a social justice practice that feeds your soul?

Together, we can help you:

  • Chart a career path that reflects your values, your beliefs, and your gifts

  • Find a leadership stance rooted in your truth

  • Build stronger relationships at across and within levels of power and privilege

  • Free yourself from trauma and trauma responses unconsciously holding you back

  • Navigate, heal or leave toxic settings and relationships

  • Advocate for yourself and for justice grounded in self-sovereignty

  • Build a soul-feeding activism practice

 

WHAT MY CLIENTS SAY

 

I was interested in working with Tamir specifically because of his attention to transformational change and social justice in his coaching practice. Tamir consistently has helped me explore deep and vulnerable places of my psyche that were holding me back. Partnering with Tamir is not your typical coaching session; it is a mix of finding the roots of your being, reimagining the future, and fully attending to your heart in the present moment. He asks powerful questions that dig beneath the surface to get at the issues that matter. I entered the partnership simply wanting help to improve as a professional. In the end, the coaching sessions profoundly affected and transformed me on both a personal and professional level.

KaYing Vang, Evaluation and Learning Consultant

River

"The stream knows it cannot stay on the mountain. Don't look away from the sun as you go, in whose light you're sometimes crescent, sometimes full."

Rumi