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Dr. Meg Myers Morgan is an expert in career development and advancement. Her latest bestselling book, Everything is Negotiable, offers tactics to help women negotiate for more in work and life. 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.
Meg holds a PhD focusing on the relationship between the public and nonprofit sector, and certification 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 the Tulsa Mayor’s Commission on the Status of Women.
Meg’s TEDx Talk, “Negotiating for Your Life,” has been viewed thousands of times. Her collection of essays, Harebrained, won the gold medal for humor from the Independent Publishers Book Awards.
Negotiation expert Dr. Meg Myers Morgan is on a mission to help people learn how to get what they want at work. When we learn how to communicate using negotiation skills, she says, we change our mindset. We improve our relationships. We invest in our success. Simply put—it’s a leadership and key job skill we all must develop.
In this essential talk, Meg teaches us to defy any negative associations we may have with negotiation, and think of it more as a communication tool. “Negotiating isn’t about manipulating people to get more than you deserve,” she says. It’s not just about your salary—it’s about finding effective ways of talking to your team, managers, and clients. Full of powerful advice, case studies, and laugh-out-loud stories, this keynote inspires audiences to understand others, make communication more valuable, have a healthy relationship with ambition, and get more out of work.
“Solid and wise advice for any woman who struggles to attain the ever-stressful work/life balance (which is most of us!). Meg Myers Morgan helps women not just set their goals and achieve them, but defeat the second-guessing and doubting thoughts that so many women have.”