Winning the Game of Work: An Executive Coach Shares The Secrets Optimizing Professional Success and Happiness
Terry B. McDougall, the CEO of Terry B. McDougall Coaching who works with high-achieving business owners and executives who are “successful but not satisfied” joins Enterprise Radio.
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Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Terry B. McDougall discuss the following:
- How can listeners benefit from thinking of work as a game?
- You characterize your typical coaching client as someone who is “successful but not satisfied” — What do you mean by that and how do they become successful and happy?
- You’ve written a lot on “superpowers” — What are they and how can our listeners benefit from understanding their superpower? I also understand there can be a downside to your superpowers — can you talk a little about that too?
- What advice do you have for someone who wants to get ahead at work but is having a hard time making progress? How about someone who has been promoted and wants to make a positive impact?
- I know you work with a lot of high-achievers and we’ve got a lot of really smart listeners and I’m sure they’re all curious about this… how DO you win the game of work?
Terry Boyle McDougall is an executive coach, speaker and best-selling author of Winning the Game of Work: Career Happiness and Success on Your Own Terms. She works with managers, executives and
professionals who want to draw upon their greatest, most authentic abilities to positively impact their organizations. She supports clients who are creating change, driving innovation, and navigating transitions.
Terry relies on both her formal training as a coach and firsthand experience as a corporate leader to support her clients as they work towards their goals. In coaching engagements, Terry serves her clients as a partner and encourager as they break new ground; as a sounding board, supporting them as an objective listener; as a scout, who sees the larger context, their possibilities and potential; and, as a catalyst, helping to spark their commitment and action.
After 30 years of corporate business experience, 15 of which were in senior managerial roles, Terry chose to become a coach to concentrate on helping leaders step fully into their potential to lead satisfying careers. Though the majority of Terry’s professional experience is in financial services and marketing, her work exposed her to a wide variety of industries, business climates and corporate transitions such as mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and restructures.
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