Dr. Tasha Eurich

Organizational Psychologist, Researcher and New York Times Bestselling Author

Dr. Tasha Eurich

Eurich brings focus to how we might reach real insight—the kind that transforms us and our relationships with those we work with.

Ed Catmull,
President of Pixar & Walt Disney Animation Studios

Dr. Tasha Eurich is an organizational psychologist, researcher, and New York Times bestselling author. As a third generation entrepreneur, she grew up seeing the powerful influence company leaders had, on both their businesses and the livelihoods of their employees.

Dr. Eurich’s first book, Bankable Leadership, debuted on the New York Times bestseller list, and has since become a popular resource for managers and executives who don’t want to choose between making their employees happy and producing bottom-line results for their business.

Her latest book, Insight, delves into the connection between an employee’s self-awareness— what Dr. Eurich calls the meta-skill of the twenty-first century— and their performance and success, both in and out of the workplace. Over the course of three years, Dr. Eurich conducted a first-of-its-kind study, surveying thousands of people and examining hundreds of academic studies.

With a PhD in Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Dr. Eurich contributes to The Huffington Post and Entrepreneur Magazine and has been featured in outlets like Forbes, The New York Times, CNBC, Fast Company, and Inc.

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  • From Our Stage - Insights from Dr. Tasha Eurich

    Dr. Tasha Eurich

    We brought The Art of Leadership conference to San Diego and Chicago, and featured a line-up of thought leaders who touched on some of the most forward-thinking concepts facing leadership today. One of these thought leaders was Dr.

  • Top Insights from Dr. Tasha Eurich

    Dr. Tasha Eurich

    Myth or Fact? Studies show that the most incompetent people are the most confident about their performance, and yet 95% of people would tell you that they are self-aware. How you see yourself and how others see you can be different. How many people are ACTUALLY self-aware? Try 10-15%.

  • The Power of Self-Aware Teams

    Dr. Tasha Eurich

    The year was 2006. Ford Motor Company was on the brink of bankruptcy, and its culture was completely broken—employees and executives alike were engulfed by secrecy, competitiveness, and paranoia.


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