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Meg Myers Morgan, PhD  

Award-Winning Author and Executive Coach

Dr. Meg Myers Morgan is an award-winning author, keynote speaker, college educator, and executive coach. Her forthcoming book, Everything is Negotiable (Seal Press, 2018), is a career and life guide to help women negotiate for all they want in life, love, and work. Meg gave a TED Talk, “Negotiating for Your Life”, for TEDxOU in 2016. She speaks publicly about recruiting and retaining talent, negotiating at work and life, and developing women in leadership. Meg is an assistant professor at the University of Oklahoma and leads the graduate programs in Public Administration and Nonprofit Management on the OU-Tulsa campus. She received her training in Executive and Leadership Coaching from Columbia University. She serves as the president for YWCA of Tulsa's Board of Directors, and she was appointed to serve on the Tulsa Mayor's Commission on the Status of Women. Meg holds a PhD and an MPA from the University of Oklahoma, and a degree in English and Creative Writing with honors from Drury University.


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#1 What's Not To Like? How to Free Yourself from People Pleasing, Office Politics, and Worrying What Others Think

Breaking down the ways in which we strive to be liked, how we get mired down in the rumor mill at work, and how we often spend our precious energy trying to please others—family, friends, coworkers—in our life. And how harnessing the three Ps—Perception, Proof, and Purpose—can retrain our instinct to worry what others think.

#2 Recruiting & Retaining: How to Get Those You Want

Ideal for any company, program, or association wanting to grow a satisfied audience, these three concepts are crucial to recruit and retain members, employees, students, or customers.

#3 Tasks, Talent & Teams: How to Harness the Learner Mindset

For general professional audiences, whether an all staff-retreat, an association conference, or a commencement address. This talk explores the ways a "learner mindset" helps you express vulnerability, show humility, and feel satisfaction in work, love, and life.

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