Amy Tirion works with leaders and teams using mindfulness as an organizational and culture change strategy to enhance resilience, efficiency, creativity and well-being.
Based in the Bay Area, she has brought mindful work and mental strategies to thousands of leaders and teams across the globe, most recently shifting the culture at Cisco Systems, Stanford University Healthcare Alliance, Kaiser Permanente, and Accenture.
Amy was a member of the research team for Potential Project’s book, Mind of a Leader, published by Harvard Business Review and leverages Potential Project's work and mental strategies to help increase the collective capacity of her clients.
She is also a certified Enneagream and executive coach with the Deep Coaching Institute and offers the Enneagram, as a personality and team assessment tool.
Amy’s passion for culture change was shaped by her previous ten-year change management consulting career with Accenture, which included leading culture change initiatives across their Bay Area offices.
Amy provides customized, interactive and introspective programs and keynotes that guide participants to define their own path for more capacity, flow, and renewal in their personal and professional lives.
Amy is also an award-winning author and contributor to the Huffington Post. She lives in San Francisco with her husband and two teenage daughters.