Speaker | Author | strategist | radical | certified life coach
Tullio Siragusa is an expert level Certified Life Coach, a pioneer of disruptive technologies, an emotional intelligence (EQ) thought leader, futurist, speaker, and author. For the past 30 years, Tullio has built world class leadership teams in technology companies and startups.
Past leadership roles include Director & Partner at CSC, PwC, and senior executive positions with both industry leading public and privately held companies.
Tullio currently serves as Chief Strategy Officer at Nearsoft, he co-produces and hosts DojoLive! a platform that gives voice to emerging technology luminaries. Guests include Vint Cerf, the father of the commercial internet and Chief Internet Evangelist at Google.
Tullio’s third book “Emotionally Aware Leadership” focuses on 12 principles to being an authentic leader and the benefits this creates for individuals, teams and society.
His previous book “The Real You” focuses on self-development and highlights the value, and benefits of adopting a giving state of being. His first book, “Unlocking Your Empire”, focuses on the impact of social media, data science, and emerging technologies on businesses and individuals.
Tullio is a founding member of Radical, a social justice movement. A strong supporter of human dignity in all aspects of life, including freedom in the workplace.
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Emotionally Aware Leadership
Emotionally Aware Leadership is about being in complete control of your state of being. It’s about self-awareness, and self-realization. It’s about becoming fearless in your desire to make a difference in the world, not for the sake of recognition, but because being of service becomes your purposeful calling in life as a form of joyful play.
Emotionally Aware Leadership is more than a book, it is the Author’s mission to heal an epidemic, a virus that infects us all. The low self-worth roller coaster ride.
The trunk to everything that can be good in the world is human dignity, and the branches of the tree extends to work, school, family, community, society, and ultimately the world. The roots of the trunk need to be deep in a high self-worth foundation.
Emotionally Aware Leadership is about tapping into your ultimate self-worth, and operating from a place of integrity, with clear vision, and purpose, while embodying love.
Emotionally Aware Leadership highlights 12 principles to become an authentic leader, the benefit to you as an individual to becoming such a leader, and the benefit to society.
Tullio will spark up your curiosity, challenge you, and inspire you as a leader and human being.
I have had Tullio speak and mentor. He is one of those rare individuals that can bring value to anyone open to improving themselves.
Tullio helped me forget the corporate mentality of the "boss-employee" relationship. He cheered me on and proved to be a leader who cares.
Tullio is a dynamic leader. His ability to develop trusted relationships is unparalleled. I feel privileged to have worked with him.
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