Tom Dutta is an award-winning CEO, Teacher and Lead Trainer, Professional speaker and TEDx Alumni speaker, International #1 Best Selling author, Radio/Film Producer with over 30 years’ experience transforming leaders and companies worldwide. Tom’s Servant Leadership experience spans the Education, Financial, IT, TELCO, Not-for-Profit and Health sectors. His career includes senior roles in many Canadian companies including Founder, CEO, and Chairman of the Board. Tom is the host and executive producer of the Quiet Warrior Internet radio show and soon to be released Heavy Mental Health Show.
As Founder and CEO of KRE-AT® Tom is an authority on what motivates leaders’ actions. Tom's business experience, and 10-year study of the science behind success has enabled him to create a proven coaching and mentorship formula called The Way of the Quiet Warrior®.
Tom received the William Shatner MOVING AMERICA FORWARD AWARD special TV Series, and the 2018 Courage to Come Back Certificate of Top 3 Nomination Finalist for his incredible mental health journey. These narratives will be part of Tom’s latest film project, taking his life story to the big screen. His purpose is to lift the stigma of mental health in the workplace.
Tom has served as Chairman of the Board pioneering a shift in the access to mental health services for over a decade and an advocate for programs serving mental health.
His talk at TEDx BearCreekPark is about the important role leaders have in breaking the stigma around mental health.
Tom has dedicated his professional life to teaching and mentoring others to create leaders of the future and recently has become a Kids Crisis Text Line Volunteer helping kids flatten the anxiety equation and live happier lives.
Tom’s beautiful wife Anna, his three children, one granddaughter, and miniature Shih Tzu Shadow are the lights that shine brightest in his life.
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