Tutti Taygerly is a neighbor, a leadership coach, a writer and a surfer. As a design leader, she gained 22 years of experience building products and design cultures in the worldâ€™s largest organizations. Today, she’s a coach to entrepreneurs and technology leaders who make an undeniable impact on the world.
Tutti has led teams at startups, design agencies, and large tech companies. She’s a trained coach through the Co-Active Training Institute and has a B.S. in Human-Computer Interaction from Stanford University. With this experience, she works with technology leaders to create their visionary North Stars.
She realized not so long ago that while she appeared to be successful, her drive came from continually seeking external validationâ€” moving from valedictorian to Stanford and then effortlessly up the corporate career ladder. Although she kept working longer hours to launch innovative products and support her teams better, it became harder to feel the creative flow and the meaning in her work. She discovered the power of coaching as a wake-up call and her path to entrepreneurship. It’s enabled her to support people in designing their best professional and personal lives.
Tutti has been an insatiable adventurer and prickly risk-taker her entire life, so she says and it would appear true, for sure. She grew up in seven countries on three continents and has settled in San Francisco, finding her home base here, in neighborhood. She spends her time parenting two spirited girls, obsessively reading, and paddling out for the next wave. Working a bit, too, it would seem!
Join her this evening as she explores the lessons she’s poured into her book, Make Space to Lead.
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Gigging musicians! You have nothing to lose but your lack of a collective voice to achieve fair wages for your work!
The IMA can be a conduit for you, if you join in to make it work.
Read more here - Andy Gilbert's Feb 25 article about the IMA from KQED's site