Meet Dr. Shanna

I help leaders feel better and perform better.

I offer an integrative approach to leadership development,
health, stress management, and performance.  The time has come to shift the way we define leader and business success.

Dr Shanna Teel

Our Philosophy

Over the last 22 years, I have had the privilege of working with extraordinary people and leaders in multiple industries, governments, universities, and non-profit organizations. The leaders I have worked with over the years all have unique and inspiring stories to tell. The one thing all of these leaders have in common is their commitment and drive to achieve great things.

We are all a product of our past successes and setbacks—which is good news and bad. The good news is that success is rewarding, and it creates momentum to achieve more. The bad news is that our success has a cost; a cost to our physical health, emotional health, relationships, quality of life, and daily joy.

Somewhere along the way we unknowingly make trade-offs—health for success. The tricky thing is that when these trade-offs were made, we had youth, good health, and unwavering determination on our side. As the years click by and the normal ups and downs of life and business occur, we lose track of this trade-off—until one day it sneaks up on all of us.

The one thing all of these leaders have in common is their commitment and drive to achieve great things.

At some point in our careers, we hit an invisible wall that will force us to reset and redefine success and health.

For me, I hit this invisible wall six years ago. I was still performing. The outside world would complement my health and achievements. But the truth was that I was hanging on for dear life. I was tired, overwhelmed, stressed out, and approaching something unfamiliar and unnamed at the time. I wore “being busy and driven” as a badge of honor. I simply thought all of the above issues/symptoms were just a normal consequence of being an ambitious, high-achieving person. I was caught in a vicious cycle of ambition, hard work, and achievement. I pushed my body, mind and spirit to the point of complete burn-out.

If any of this resonates,
The Time Has Come To:

  • Re-define normal
  • Re-define healthy and successful
  • Examine old habits and belief systems that keep you in a vicious cycle
  • Re-engage with your health and lifestyle habits
  • Connect your health to career health + business health
  • Re-set your goals and transform your life
  • Feel better—much better
  • Perform better—much better
  • Be happier and age healthier

Dr. Shanna Teel

Founder & CEO

Dr. Shanna Teel & Co. is a leadership, talent, and organizational development consulting firm. In Dr. Teel’s career she has been a Partner and Executive in three leadership development consulting firms. She holds a dual Ph.D. in industrial-organizational psychology and clinical psychology; a post-graduate certificate in neuroscience and nutrition-science; and she has over 22 years of experience as a talent and performance management consultant, executive coach, and facilitator of adult and organizational transformation. She specializes in the areas of executive and leadership development and coaching; culture change; neuroscience; and health and wellness for leaders. She is a registered yoga teacher and sits on several non-profit boards that promote healthy, conscious living and leadership. 

Skills Include:

  • Executive Coaching and Development
  • Customized Leadership Development
  • Neuroscience & Leadership Development
  • Health & Wellness Expertise
  • Leader Health Coaching
  • Individual & Organizational Assessments
  • Performance Management Systems
  • Talent Management & Succession Planning
  • Strategic Planning
  • Team Development
  • Culture Change
  • Strategic Planning
  • Diversity & Inclusion
  • Meeting Facilitation
  • Key Note Presentations
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Dr. Teel has provided organizational development consulting, team development, culture change and executive and leadership coaching for the following: Toyota Motor Sales; JP Morgan; ARM; Hilton Worldwide; MRC; CBS; Turner Broadcasting; CNN; Center for Naval Analysis; UBS Financial; Dow Chemical; Dartmouth University; University of Oklahoma; Oklahoma Heart Hospital; Lexus; Honda; Dick Clark Productions; The Hollywood Reporter; St. Luke's Hospital; Career & Technology Schools; Department of Education; Eisai Pharmaceuticals; American Neurological Association; PriceWaterHouse Coopers; So. Cal Edison, and more.