Tina Lewis Rowe has had thirty-three years of challenging, real-world leadership experiences. Twenty five years with the Denver Police Department, from patrol officer to Captain. Commanded the Training Academy, Internal Affairs and the Northeast Denver Patrol District. Eight years as the Presidential appointed United States Marshal for Colorado.
As the United States Marshal, responsible for the plans and processes related to security for the Oklahoma City bombing trials which were held in Denver. Those trials, as well as other aspects of the work with the United States Marshals Service and the Department of Justice, provided invaluable experiences that are often used to illustrate key points in training.
In-depth experiences in developing individuals and teams, leading and directing in challenging circumstances, planning and implmenting major projects. Served on dozens of boards and committees, advisory and investigative panels. Produced hundreds of manuals, workbooks and documents.
One of the two Workplace Doctors on the Ask The Workplace Doctors website–a site that has been a resource for hundreds of thousands of employees in businesses around the world. The insights and effective problem-solving that have made this site successful are applied in every one of Tina’s projects and presentations.
Well over a thousand presentations to audiences of all ages, professions and vocations, with an emphasis on personal and professional development to improve organizations. Participants gain immediately applicable ideas, tips, techniques, insights and inspiration
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