Tomer Yogev is a certified executive coach, Leadership and Entrepreneurship professor, sought-after startup board advisor, and the co-creator of The Big Joy Theory model of personal and professional development. Following twenty years as a noted technologist and entrepreneur, Tomer’s sensei-like direct approach commands honest dialogue and courageously yet securely empowers leaders out of comfort zones to conquer challenges at their root. Always with an eye for real and measurable outcomes of revenue generation, efficiency, retention, and profitability, Tomer elevates authentic leadership presence and guides organizations towards sustainable models of growth that uniquely drive both culture and ROI.
Beyond his Northwestern undergraduate degree and MBA from University of Chicago's Booth School of Business, Tomer has launched over a dozen companies, participated in multiple notable exits and acquisitions, been an interim executive at numerous companies across a variety of industries, consulted to dozens of companies from raw startups to Fortune100s, and is an award-winning speaker and published author. Tomer’s passion projects include coaching the next generation of entrepreneurs and supporting women in venture and entrepreneurship.
Ignorance, allied with power, is the most ferocious enemy justice can have.
Leading Positive Psychology model and executive coaching framework for leadership and organizational development