Executive & Team Coach
Former Executive and Corporate Officer
Terri Deuel is the founder of Terri Deuel, LLC, a company that helps leaders and teams develop and sustain new perspectives, attitudes, skills and behaviors for greater impact.
She is a former executive and corporate officer who used experience gained from an early, high growth career with IBM to distinguished herself in workforce alignment, shareholder value creation and acquisition integration for companies in turnaround situations.
Throughout her career, she consistently and successfully led high-performing teams to produce breakthroughs in operational excellence, process re-engineering and business transformation.
During her career, she developed an expertise in how to achieve high-levels levels of engagement and collaboration by challenging and supporting individuals and teams to achieve their potentials. She founded her leadership development and coaching company to leverage that skill and now helps companies create high performing, collaborative and connected work environments and transform their executives into engaged, inspired and agile leaders.
Terri has 30 years of experience working at IBM, Cambar Software and EasyLink International, including functional experience in Strategy & Marketing, Customer Support, Project Services and Development and management of teams in Ireland, England, Malaysia, Japan and Australia.
At EasyLink, she was instrumental in creating the strategy for turn-around, integrating six acquisitions into a cohesive operation, enabling growth from $12 million / operating loss of $4 million to revenue of $165 million / operating income of $24 million, and positioning the company for a $310 million acquisition by OpenText eight years later.
Terri holds a Masters of Business Administration from Duke University and a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering degree from University of Tennessee. She is on the advisory boards for TEDxWomen Atlanta and the Atlanta EWG and active in the Atlanta’s Junior Achievement’s Discovery Center.