Tammie Miller

Tammie Miller

Senior Consultant & Coach

Tammie has extensive senior experience in corporate affairs (government relations and communications), stakeholder management, issues/risk management and project facilitation. She is passionate about helping individuals and businesses realise their full potential and achieving their desired outcomes through her services as a coach and facilitator.


Specialties 

Tammie believes in the power of aligning your mindset with your behaviours and applies this principle to her work. She helps her clients achieve greater clarity in what they value and believe and relates this to their current and desired behaviours in any area of life. Through building strong rapport, generating insight and supporting her clients in new habit formation, Tammie believes she can help them realise their full potential and sustain this into the future.

 

Passions

Health and wellbeing: Tammie is a fierce advocate for finding balance in all areas of life. She is passionate about helping people to explore their untapped potential from achieving greater fulfilment and performance in their overall health and wellbeing.
Women in leadership: Having navigated her career in largely male-dominated workplaces, Tammie is passionate about supporting women either building their career, aspiring for leadership roles or managing their current leadership role, to achieve and sustain, their professional and personal goals.
Tammie enjoys being active and healthy so when she’s not running around after her two young boys, she enjoys long-distance running, particularly half-marathons, or any other pursuit with friends.
 

Qualifications 

Tammie holds a Bachelor of Commerce from Curtin University, a Graduate Certificate in Public Relations also from Curtin University and certifications in Executive and Organisational coaching and Integrated Health coaching.

Industry experience

Tammie has significant experience in both government and the corporate sector having started her career in a Commonwealth Government ministerial office as a policy and media advisor, before moving to the Western Australian public sector where she held project management responsibilities for a wide variety of state strategic projects. After spending around 7 years in government, she moved into corporate affairs roles and managed the government relations and communications teams in both Western Australia and Australia for BHP, one of the world’s largest mining companies.

From her 13 years in the corporate sector in predominantly management roles, Tammie has developed a broad and deep understanding of the challenges and opportunities that are inherent in being a leader today. She has worked on numerous projects and issues at both a regional and national level relating to transformation and change programs; workforce planning impacts; community and indigenous relations projects and issues; industrial relations issues; fatalities and safety incidents; environmental issues; M&A and financial opportunities and issues and industry campaigns and positioning. Her roles have seen her based at remote sites to managing geographically dispersed teams. Her ability to think quickly, see both the strategic and tactical elements and objectives while understanding the pragmatic realities of various stakeholders, are her real strengths.