How the Knowledge Broker Blueprint has Impacted Tianna’s Business:
“When I think about KBB, the first word that comes to mind is ‘clarity.‘ This is the course that helped me quiet the noise and become truly intentional about who I am and what I have to offer. Before I signed up for KBB, I knew that I had something to contribute to the world. I just didn’t know exactly what it was.
It’s ironic because I am the woman who DID go the traditional education route. I received a bachelor’s in Psychology from Howard University and a Masters in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from the University of Georgia. Before this program, I knew that I had the expertise, but I couldn’t find out how to package it.
In retrospect, I laugh, because I thought I’d just be learning how to put together a Mastermind, but it’s honestly so much more than that. KBB gives you what you want: the nitty-gritty behind planning, marketing and executing a world-class Mastermind. It also gives you what you need: mindset work and extracting your superpower.”
Biggest Hesitation to Sign up for KBB:
“KBB was the first digital course I’d ever invested in. I was nervous just because it was a major financial commitment. I’ve also never invested in my personal education in this way, so it was definitely a new experience for me.
After Jenna announced it, I tuned into the live webinar with Dean and Tony. After hearing their stories, I realized that I wanted to fast-track my own success. I also trusted their perspective and expertise.
The icing on the cake was your mentorship. I knew that I trusted you. That was a huge part of what made me take the plunge and pull out my credit card.”
Tianna is an Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, Leadership Coach, and educator from Atlanta, Georgia. She has dedicated her career to supporting small, women-owned businesses, whether they’re run in person or totally online.
Her goal is simple: to help creative entrepreneurs navigate the journey of leadership by intentionally hiring and developing their dream teams.
It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the 19-year-old who defined SOPs, planned orientations, and trained the intern team would become a teams and leadership expert, and that’s exactly what Tianna did! Her expertise in hiring, leadership, and talent development have helped her become creative CEOs’ secret weapon for managing all things on the “people” side of the business.
Cutting the jargon is her innate superpower.
When it comes to hiring, developing teams, and being a leader, there are super impactful and scientifically proven things that any business owner should be aware of. Tianna’s superpower has positioned her to help them take advantage of the amazing knowledge and resources that exist — minus the jargon! She can decode super nerdy, academic research by cutting out the confusing language and serve people directly with solutions that really matter.
Since KBB, Tianna has gained the clarity she needed to finalize what she wanted to offer her audience. “I have solidified my messaging and launched my signature course, Dream Hire Bootcamp, which features my 5-step process to prepare for, define, attract, assess and select your dream employee, even if you’ve never hired before,” she said.
She is also excited because she recently launched her new Dream Team Retreat service, where she partners with leaders to plan transformative experiences for teams who are ready to level up, connect intentionally, and impact the world in a major way.
KBB changed everything for her business.
“KBB was absolutely essential, because strategic retreats are a lot like masterminds,” she said. “It taught me to bring a group of people together and distill the wisdom that’s in the room.”
For someone who’s always been a dreamer and a believer — and someone who has worked for years on her mindset thanks to her psych degrees — Tianna was lacking the actionable, tangible tools to make a plan. She needed the steps to actually achieve her dream, and KBB gave her that.
“It gave me the skills to execute on my plan,” she said. “It reinforced my faith that even if I stumble on my path, success will come.”