Gold Coast Director Magazine
Tammy Hamawi – MAICD – Managing Director – Tribunity Pty Ltd.
Tribunity’s tag line says it all, “Human Empowerment”. We mentor, coach and lead businesses, individuals and teams because we have successfully walked in their shoes. We bring a wealth of knowledge and diverse experience in business ownership, growth and management. We mainly service the corporate and business sector and enjoy working with highly motivated individuals. Success breeds success and that is a very true statement. Our objectives are to empower, teach and mentor people to discover, learn and evolve. We walk our talk and everything we mentor on, we have the experience to back it up.
What is the most important lesson you have learned as a businesswoman?
I love this question but find it very hard to succinctly answer as there are too many pearlers to share. I would say being myself, believing in myself, investing in myself and respecting myself. Authenticity and integrity go a long way in business and anyone taking shortcuts in these areas crash eventually.
In your role, what do you consider are some of the barriers facing directors/businesses today?
I don’t notice barriers, which is reflective in the career I forged for the past 26 years. Being the first female in Australasia to be director, shareholder and GM of an International shipping company and create joint ventures that many would consider too hard or impossible comes from an attitude that only understands potential.
How important is it to have a strong voice from a governance and board perspective?
I am a strong believer in doing things well. Having a strong and clear voice brings clarity and direction. These are important factors that contribute to a successful board with clear goals and objectives.
What are you hoping to get out of your membership with Company Directors?
I would love to serve on a variety of boards using my extensive business and human management skills. I also want to mentor other directors and leaders so they too can enjoy the benefits I have achieved.
Top five leadership/business coaching tips:
1. Always have the right attitude.
2. Remain passionate to what you’re committed to.
3. Surround yourself with the best skilled team for the business you have.
4. Invest in growth and innovation that suits your style and business model.
5. Improve communication flows within your organization and team.
Australian Institute of Company Directors – Page 4 – Newsletter Issue 3 – July 11