Dr. Megan specializes in individual, team and organizational performance with businesses and athletic teams. Her work includes helping firms enhance performance and productivity, select and retain employees, as well as facilitating effective management and leadership development. She also consults on wellness, ecological health care issues and sustainability.
Through energy management and mental skills training, Dr. Neyer catalyzes optimal performance in athletes and performers of all levels. Mental skills training topics include: goal setting, energy management, imagery, confidence, focusing, pre-performance preparation and reflection. These skills are transferable across arenas and are also applicable to the work environment.
Dr. Neyer has worked with executives, coaches and elite athletes for 20 years at organizations such as the AIA, CMAA, ACEC, Heery International, David Evans and Associates, Inc., Bell South, Decatur General Hospital, Pediatric Associates of Durango, the United States Olympic Committee and Training Center, the University of Florida, Georgia Institute of Technology, several sports national governing bodies, the United States Air Force and United States Air Force Academy. At the USAFA, she provided leadership development and teambuilding to the cadets and staff through the Center for Character Development. She is the past chair of the Organization Change Alliance in Atlanta.
Dr. Neyer received her undergraduate and doctorate degrees with emphases in performance and health psychology from the University of Florida, and is a licensed and nationally certified counselor, as well as a trained mediator. She is a former world-class competitive diver whose accomplishments include being an Olympian on 3 and 10-meter, a World Springboard Champion, 15-time US Diving National Champion, 8-time SEC and NCAA champion, and multi-time international champion.She has more wins than any other diver in the history of the SEC and NCAA, and in 2006 was named NCAA Most Outstanding Diver of the last Quarter Century. In 1997, Megan was honored as a University of Florida Alumna of Outstanding Achievement, awarded to only 47 women of the 85,000 who have graduated from the University of Florida. She has been inducted into the University of Florida and International Swimming Halls of Fame.