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Strategic Theming for Actionable Results

Nov 4, 2019 10:00 AM PDT
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“Everything you wanted to know about Theming but were too afraid to ask.”

Strategic Theming empowers exchange leaders to find action in their results. Join Discover Manager Megan Humphrey to learn how to theme according to the progress you want to make.

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Tamica Sears

Leadership Development Coach
Sears Coaching

Tamica Sears is an Executive Coach and Human Resources Professional. She partners with executive leadership teams to increase their productivity and effectiveness and meet their strategic goals. Leaders working in VUCA environments benefit from Tamica’s coaching because she helps them transform the culture of their organization to be more innovative and inclusive which enables them to be more responsive to changes in the environment. Focusing on leading with authenticity, leaders that Tamica has coached have shown tremendous upward mobility. Tamica is changing the face of corporate America, one leader at a time and this is why she is called The Corporate Fixer. Tamica has published a collection of motivational quotes and affirmations, “You Are Enough, found on Amazon, and has contributed to two bestselling anthologies, “Are YOU the Missing Piece?” and “My Journal, My Journey.” Tamica is also a proud mother of two adult children and the cutest dog in the country.



Megan Humphrey

Discover Manager

Megan utilizes her extensive experience as a university instructor, researcher and journalist to help customers explore the data and results of their exchanges. She has a degree in Journalism, a master’s degree in Communication and Culture, and is ABD on a PhD in Sociology. Megan has been a newspaper reporter, taught at York and Simon Fraser universities, and worked on research projects related to epidemiology and pedagogy in video games, virtual identity in MMOs (Massively Multiplayer Online games), alternative media in Canada, social movements, and the cultural future of small cities. In addition to her work with Thoughtexchange, Megan is also the copy editor for a Canadian games studies journal and is the president of her housing co-op in Vancouver. Megan enjoys climbing, mountain biking and telemark skiing, but her favourite activity is spending time with her son Noah.

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