About Tamara

Tamara Myles is an accomplished trainer, international speaker, consultant, and researcher. She is passionate about helping leaders bring out the best in themselves and their teams and intentionally create cultures where individuals and organizations thrive.

Tamara Myles is an author, speaker, and researcher.

Tamara helps leaders design systems and create cultures that enable individuals and teams to thrive.

Her most recent book, The Secret to Peak Productivity, has been translated into multiple languages and is distributed globally. In it, she provides a comprehensive framework by which corporations and individuals can achieve a higher level of productivity and balance in their lives.

Tamara’s work has been featured in Business Insider, USA Today, The Boston Globe, and Success Magazine, among others. She holds a Master’s in Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) from the University of Pennsylvania, where she is an Assistant Instructor. She is a facilitator for the Penn Resilience Program.

Tamara’s unassuming style is smart, accessible, and down-to-earth.

Tamara was born in Brazil and is fluent in Portuguese and English. She considers herself a “Third Culture Kid” and feels lucky to have been immersed in diverse cultures during her formative years, which allows her to connect with individuals in a relatable and empathetic way.

Tamara lives in New England with her husband Ted and her three children Isabella, Eddie, and Viviana. She does her best thinking on long walks with her 2 dogs. Tamara loves to cook and is in awe of the power of wonderful food to bring people together for deep, meaningful connection.