About TTC

Inspired leadership coaching and people management services

Performing at your best in the workplace

What is your passion? Mine is helping you and your team to be the best.

I love to inspire and enable others and deliver practical and effective approaches to workplace challenges.

If you want to take the next step in your career, build your business or improve the performance of your organisation or team, I am here to help.

As a Judge of the Telstra Business Women’s Awards, author of two books, including – Do What You Say You’ll Do (a book for new leaders and those reinventing their leadership style), I understand how performance and leadership impact a business and a career.

It is time to make the investment in you and your team.


 I’m here to help you and your business

Personalised coaching to improve and enhance your leadership style

Finding the next step in your executive career and how to get there

Coaching your staff to improve productivity and performance

Working with teams to build performance and deal with any underlying issues

Guiding your business through workplace culture, workplace change or industrial relations challenges

Developing performance management techniques that work

Getting you inspired by your career, your business and your employees!


Get started with a People Practices Health Check

Not sure where to start?

My People Practices Health Check provides a thorough review of your business or team culture, performance, policies and workplace challenges and people challenges.

I will develop recommendations and help implement an action plan for real change.

Get in touch today



blog posts

September 11, 2017
Feed forward rather than feedback
[caption id="attachment_16967" align="aligncenter" width="576"] Giving feedback or a simple approach to feed forward[/caption] I bang on about feedback all the time. For good reason - feedback is one way that we learn and grow and get better. But there are some limitations to feedback - it is usually only as good as
September 4, 2017
Why isn’t sports carnival leave a thing?
It’s the bane of pretty much every working parent – attempting to juggle working commitments with attending sports carnivals, book week parade, swimming carnivals, choir performances, assemblies; the list goes on and on. It can feel like a losing battle, for everyone. Don’t go to the school carnival because you’re snowed under
August 29, 2017
Why we need to teach our kids to fail
  Failure feels bad It is paradoxical. Success feels good - but often teaches us less than failure; which feels bad. And typically, as humans, we avoid that which feels bad. Particularly, if there is a negative consequence to it (which there almost aways is). So why does failure feel so bad -

Working with Tammy Tansley has influenced and help shape a competent and highly functioning leadership team. She continuously inspires us to be at our best. Her integrity and clarity instil great motivation and a clear pathway to excellence. It is a pleasure and a privilege to work with Tammy.

When I was promoted to CFO, I asked Tammy to help me develop the skills and confidence I needed for the new role.  With Tammy’s help I realised that I already had them, I just needed some assistance in unlocking them.  Tammy and I worked through a number of diverse areas including conflict management, fear of public speaking, identifying and dealing with different behaviours, removing catastrophic thinking and effective staff appraisals.  Tammy challenged my preconceptions, pushed me to do things I didn’t want to do and was not scared to point out when I was not following the path we had embarked on.  As we near the end of this path I feel that I am a different person professionally and personally than when we started.  My self-confidence, ways of thinking and general effectiveness have all improved significantly.  I look forward to calling on Tammy in the future as I continue my journey of self-improvement.
With Tammy’s coaching, I have learnt not only to be a better leader for my team but also gain confidence and take charge of my own development.  Every session with Tammy was informative and insightful.  There were many light bulb moments and share of laughter and tears too!  Tammy was my coach at the beginning of the journey but at the end, I realised I have also gained a friend!
I joined Brownes nearly 2 years ago and Tammy was one of the first people I met and she still continues (thankfully) to play a key role within Brownes and also to me personally. Her leadership experience and knowledge is second to none and what works is her no-nonsense, practical and simple advice and coaching on various matters ranging from dealing with conflict, questionable leadership styles, organisational culture to negotiation and change management to name but a few. Tammy’s openness and honesty combined with her extremely personable style encourages that trust and respect to be built very early on in the relationship and it just continues to grow and develop, as have I both personally and as an HR Leader with Tammy’s support and guidance. Thank you Tammy for your help over the last 2 years for myself and for Brownes, I would recommend you in a heartbeat!
I would just like to express my sincere gratitude for your amazing support during the past few months.
Your professional advice and extensive knowledge of the issues we needed to resolve gave me great confidence when confronted with such a difficult and uncomfortable HR situation.
Darriel Colling
George St Physiotherapy
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