Scale.jpgTamara O'Neill Recognized For Outstanding Leadership Character
Atlanta – September 15, 2011

Tamara O’Neill honored at the Turknett Leadership Character Awards as an “Inspiritor,” an  individual who demonstrates character in the way they lead others: high levels of integrity; relating to employees, customers, suppliers and others with respect; and maintaining a culture in which everyone takes responsibility for achieving results while upholding the organization’s core values. Read the entire article

TheHumanResource_CoverSummer2011.jpgThe Human Resource recognizes Tamara O'Neill as 2011 President of SHRM Atlanta - Atlanta, Summer 2011

Tamara O’Neill is an executive career advisor who challenges and guides executives to get crystal clear on goals and align their to their values...to help position them for success. Read the entire article

GII_Logo3.jpgTerry Barber, Founder, Global Institute for Inspiration Interviews Tamara O'Neill
Atlanta - February 1, 2011

Tamara O'Neill leverages her emotional intelligence as a savvy political campaign manager by helping people tap into their strengths and passions to win the hearts of their next employer. This is an interview that will bring encouragement to anyone in career transition. You will hear how Tamara's insight and approach will help both uncover the strengths and opportunities for anyone.

She also provides a call out to SHRM-Atlanta and how those relationships have served as an inspiring community for helping to make the world a better place. 
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Tamara O'Neill co-hosts with Terry Barber, Global Institute for Inspiration on Talk GII_Logo3.jpgShow "Inspiration at Work"

2011 Episodes:
     - Phil Johnson, President, Master of Business Leadership Podcast
     - Mark Myette, President, ASTD Greater Atlanta Chapter Podcast
     - Steven Seidel, Senior Director, Habitat for Humanity International Podcast
     - Chris White, Filmmaker, Podcast
     - Gary Jones, Chief Human Resources Officer, Grizzard Communications Group, Inc. Podcast
     - Jim Link, Managing Director, Human Resources, Randstad USA, Podcast
     - Ken Blanchard, The Ken Blanchard Companies, Podcast

Scale.jpgO'Neill Recognized For Outstanding Leadership
Atlanta - February 22, 2010

Tamara O’Neill has been named a finalist for the Turknett Leadership Character Awards.  Nominated as an “Inspiritor,” O’Neill joins outstanding leaders across Georgia who are being honored for their wide range of manifested leadership qualities. Read the entire article

AJCjobslogo.gif“Positivity and preparation open doors”
Atlanta Journal & Constitution
July 2009 - ajcjobs section

Focus on who you’re talking to. Leadership and career coach Tamara O’Neill just helped a client land a high-level position that doubled his salary by coaching him through 13 interviews with the same company in 11 weeks. Each interviewer had different expectations. Read the entire article

SHRM_logo.gifSHRM-Atlanta HR Helping HR Event Brings Leaders Together To Assist Job Seekers
Providing Practical Tools to Navigate the Recession and Land a Job

Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) HR Magazine
May 29, 2009

When the competition for jobs gets tough, the tough turn to SHRM-Atlanta.  Recognizing an increasing number of members have found themselves in the job market in recent months, a group of SHRM-Atlanta leaders came together to lend a helping hand.  The end result?  A day full of speakers, workshops and interactive discussions offered exclusively to members and geared toward helping unemployed HR professionals land a job in today’s challenging economy. Read the entire article

AJCjobslogo.gif"Demystify the Boss"
Atlanta Journal & Constitution
June 2008 - ajcjobs section

Whether you are new to the company or suddenly find yourself with a new boss because of a merger or other shift in the workplace, the last thing you want to be saying at the end of the day is, "Who is this guy?" Bosses come with different personalities, and it's to your advantage to understand yours. Read the entire article

HRmag_AUG2007.jpg"Partners on the Move"
Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) HR Magazine
August 2007 - Vol. 52, No. 8

Employers are increasingly willing to offer relocation benefits that cover nonspouse partners of either sex, or dependents who are members of an employee’s extended family, according to relocation consultants. Such benefits might include sending partners or extended family members on exploratory trips to the new location, moving their possessions, and offering career counseling and help in finding jobs. Read the entire article