People are more central to a business’s growth and profitability than structure, strategy or technology. They can also be a lot harder to understand. Deni Tato coaches, trains, reinforces and supports companies and their leaders to adopt more conscious business practices. Consciousness is a higher level of emotional intelligence.
The Enneagram, a personality typing system, is foundational to Deni’s services as an executive coach, corporate trainer and life strategist. A core principle of the Enneagram is that we have three centers of intelligence: head, body, and heart. Her work focuses on building leadership from the heart center by identifying and understanding a person’s core motivation, which is critical to long-term sustainable change in behavior.
Heart-based leaders invest in people emotionally and inspire them. They help their team members understand their personal superpowers and challenges, as well as the people they work with. This creates self- and other-awareness, empathy and positive interdependence among the whole team.
Deni Tato is a certified Enneagram teacher, trainer and executive/life coach who is committed to lifelong learning. She continually deepens her knowledge and gifts through her accreditations and continuing education. She’s certified in Spiral Dynamics® and by The Enneagram in Business. Additionally, she serves as a senior member of The Enneagram in Business Network and is an accredited member of the International Enneagram Association. Deni applies her passion, boundless energy and business savvy to help fuel each client’s personal and professional growth. Her clients appreciate her custom, personal approach. Due to her commitment and energy, many say her vivacious personality and contagious enthusiasm inspires them to action.
Deni Tato applies her own insight and experience as an entrepreneur, executive and business owner to help:
- Small business owners.
- Women-owned businesses.
- Fortune 500 companies, including Procter and Gamble, Toyota and Cincinnati Bell.
Throughout Deni’s career, she and the companies she’s owned have been graciously honored with awards, including:
- Second Act Award by Cincinnati Business Courier (2014).
- Woman-Owned Business of the Year by the Greater Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce (2007).
- Volunteer of the Year, Cincinnati’s Inspire Magazine (2006).
- Entrepreneur of the Year by Ernst and Young (1998).
Fortune Small Business Magazine featured Deni Tato on the cover as have many