Executive Leadership Lab

As one of tsig’s core goals, leadership development is vital for any business executive. tsig CEO, Tai Sunnanon, has developed a series of dynamic and engaging workshops tailored to business leaders at any stage of their career. These workshops–known as Executive Leadership Lab–are designed to address key challenges faced by executives. In particular, how does a leader adapt to a multitude of changes in the workplace? Globalism? Personal values? Crisis? The Executive Leadership Lab offers tangible resources, tools and insights that will help leaders adapt to these changing times.


Workshops run for two hours and are limited to 10 attendees to ensure high engagement and high impact. The intimate environment also allows for collaboration with other leaders based on their respective experiences and successes. Located in Beverly Hills, the Executive Leadership Lab provides a true participatory and private environment, perfect for CEOs on the go.

Tai Sunnanon

Tai has spent nearly 25 years as a social entrepreneur, having founded 3 companies in the U.S. and abroad and has been the CEO in Los Angeles, Silicon Valley and in the Pacific Islands and Asia. He has coached hundreds of Fortune 500 leaders, international heads of state and local nonprofit CEOs. Tai taught mid-career graduate students at Harvard University and was a visiting scholar on advanced leadership and social entrepreneurship at several leading universities: American, Berkeley, Tel Aviv and Vanderbilt. He speaks 7 languages and is the recipient of numerous national and international awards, including U.S. Presidential Scholar, U.S. Military Medallion for Community Service, National Medals from the Republic of Palau, Philippines and Thailand, to name a few. Tai also serves as a commissioned officer in the United States Air Force.​


Previous graduates of the Executive Leadership Lab include leaders at:

Microsoft, eBay, UCLA, Mastercard Foundation, Economic Forum, Boston Foundation, startups and nonprofits.​

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