Dan Mulhern is a nationally recognized expert in the fields of leadership, gender and organizational culture. Now teaching courses on leadership, organizational behavior and public policy at the Haas School of Business and Boalt Law School at UC Berkeley, Mulhern leverages his experience to offer valuable insight on the leadership and cultural changes happening in today’s workplaces.
Mulhern has published two books on leadership, Everyday Leadership: Getting Results in Business, Politics and Life and Be Real: Inspiring Stories For Leading At Home And Work. For more than ten years, Mulhern has been writing an acclaimed blog, “Reading for Leading,” which is received directly by a list of over 10,000 readers.
Mulhern has personally worked in all three major sectors and through his consulting practice has worked with a great range of organizations, corporations and government groups. He has facilitated groups as large as 600 individuals and worked with CEOs and executive teams from small start-ups all the way to Fortune 500 companies.
In addition to his books on leadership, Mulhern co-authored A Governor’s Story: The Fight for Jobs and America’s Economic Future with his wife, former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm. The Washington Post political bestseller discusses leadership during difficult times and periods of intense change, focusing on how Granholm led Michigan out of its major economic meltdown, and the major challenges facing American leadership today.