Cathy McCullough has worked with CEOs and their E-Teams for more than 25 years to define, clarify, and focus on their strategic intent by helping them identify key Winning Moves that catapult their companies toward higher levels of success. She has worked with clients across sectors and sizes including Brooks Bell, Topographic, Inc., Contegix, Metropolitan Library System, St. Luke’s Hospital and Medical Network, Oklahoma Foundation for Medical Quality, Centek, Genie Well Service, Tantus Technologies, World Neighbors’ Global Headquarters, RC Pet Products, Tenzing, Kybba, and more.
She has lead conferences and workshops with Entrepreneur’s Organization, the Academy of Human Resource Development’s Int’l Conferences, the Association for Talent Development’s Int’l Conferences (formerly ASTD), the National Association of Government Guaranteed Lenders, the Texas A&M University Regional Conference on Business, Executive Women’s Forum, the Bricktown Capital Conference, and more. She has also been an invited contributor to various publications such as A Practical Guide to Needs Assessment (Wiley Press), and T+D Journal.
Cathy holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree with specialization in leadership and organizational culture from Oklahoma State University, where she received the Graduate Research Excellence Award. She holds numerous certifications including Master Certification in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Strategic Planning, Kotter’s Leading Change Model, Leadership 360, Organization Culture Assessments, Covey’s Building a Culture of Accountability, and more.