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Lansing, MI

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Business spoken program.

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@danmulher

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English


Episodes

Curbing the Curse of Conflict – Part Two

2/12/2018
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This is part 2 of 3 in thinking about one of – if not the greatest energy-sucks in organizational and family life: Conflict. Last week, I suggested a three-part foundation (if you missed last week’s RFL, the three parts are described in a little more […]

Duration:00:06:27

How You Can Get a Handle on the Costly Curse of Conflict

2/5/2018
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We were seven kids in a pretty healthy family. Seven kids in a 3-bedroom ranch. Oh, and seven 7 kids in our one Ford Country Squire. Picture the 9 of us, sardine chldren: We were a daily and nightly laboratory of conflict. My memory is […]

Duration:00:05:26

What Would You Tattoo . . . On Your Heart

1/29/2018
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Perhaps you have read of Fr. Gregory Boyle, S.J. Boyle has been working (LEADING!) in Los Angeles for thirty years, dedicated to Homeboy Industries, “the largest gang intervention, rehabilitation and re-entry program in the world.” In his two books, he frequently introduces the “homies” (as […]

Duration:00:03:43

1/22/2018
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Two stories this week scream to those in authority and to those without authority- and I would guess that we are all both. In different contexts, we are with and without authority. The stories confront us with the worst of human nature and of the […]

Duration:00:04:28

2018 How to Tap a New Source for Leading

1/17/2018
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I have one question that I think might make your 2018 dramatically better and also more fun. First I begin with a question, then a quick story, then the might be mighty part of the story. The Question: “What could happen in 2018 for which you […]

Duration:00:04:03

A Reading for Leading as Short as a Christmas Elf

12/11/2017
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Your Key Task on December 11 is . . . to implement Mulhern’s First Law:* Always Think From Right to Left. Right, in this case, is December 31. It is just twenty days away. What do you and your key peeps really want or […]

Duration:00:01:17

Men Leading Men

12/5/2017
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An old friend and I were sharing with each other some of what we are grateful for. It’s a wonderful practice I’ve been sharing with anyone who will participate with me. He said: “I’m grateful that in my 15 years of teaching I did nothing […]

Duration:00:04:54

SEX abuse and leadership – observations and a plea

11/27/2017
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With the Cosby, Trump, Franken, Moore, Louis CK, Weinstein, Ailes, Conyers, Rose…outrages alive and festering, all of us in families and other organizations have a chance to learn and do better. The lessons pertain to sex, power and yet go beyond these. For reflection: Power […]

Duration:00:05:11

Leadership Thanks and Giving

11/20/2017
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I pulled together a dinner at a restaurant last week. It was a reunion for friends who had attended a life-planning retreat ten years ago. And it was also a fundraiser for one of that cohort, Kelly Rossman-McKinney, who will make an awesome Michigan State […]

Duration:00:02:53

Why is Initiative So Rare?

11/13/2017
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This week I experienced a “first” in nearly 30 semesters of teaching “leadership” at University of California Berkeley. A student led other students to meet as a group outside the class schedule. It may not sound like a big deal, but see why it was […]

Duration:00:04:30

Who is Leading You?

11/6/2017
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John Gillis and I have a draft of an article on Leading by Two. We have been leading each other to get here. Now, we’ve asked a handful of people to read what we have written and help “lead” us to make it better. It’s […]

Duration:00:01:26

Mending Division in Your Leadership World

10/23/2017
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Read if there is division in your world. If not, skip it. Two stories. 4 points of view. Please see if you can withhold judgment. Story 1. A dear mentee and friend. He’d spent more than a handful of years in prison for a crime […]

Duration:00:05:41

Using Your Unused Capacity As Boss

10/16/2017
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Everyday Leadership means you don’t need no stinkin’ boss to tell you what to do. You have your own value and values, your own initiative and instincts. Sure, the boss is “above” you, but they may not be smarter, kinder, or more effective. And even […]

Duration:00:03:55

Leading Through Division

9/24/2017
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Could Trump Kaepernick and the NFL teach us all something about leading in our own individual, collective and sometimes divisive lives? I think so. If you haven’t been following the National Football League, a controversy began over a year ago when San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin […]

Duration:00:05:40

Leap to Lead

9/11/2017
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I write this in remembrance of my friend John Hammell. He was my debate partner for two years in high school and combined brilliance with an extraordinary work ethic. Although he earned a bachelor’s and master’s in 4 years at Northwestern and graduated with honors […]

Duration:00:03:53

Mulhern Mistake #502 – Failure to Proactively Recruit

9/5/2017
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I saw Spiderman: Homecoming this weekend. I like the guy. But at one point hubris got him. Doesn’t it always? Next thing you know, his recklessness results in a Staten Island Ferry splitting in two. Thank God for the (pompous) Iron Man who comes along […]

Duration:00:05:16

Leaders Move to the Front – How Will You?

8/21/2017
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For almost 20 years I’ve been writing this blog. When I wrote my first book I came to see “everyday leadership” as the simplest banner for my point of view. I have always sought to distinguish authority figures from leaders. You don’t have to have […]

Duration:00:07:25

How Mary Z Shows Lesson One in LeadingX2

8/14/2017
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I’ll be writing more these days about the atomic unit upon which all leadership is built – what I’m calling LeadingX2 or leading by 2. I am referring to the way in which you can lead and be led by one other person. The other […]

Duration:00:04:57

Don’t Fight Your Internal Consultant

7/17/2017
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I held my first meeting this weekend with my new Teaching Assistants for the fall. They had both taken my course this past semester. The class consistently gets good marks and I’m always tweaking and trying to improve it. Joseph, one of the two, suggested […]

Duration:00:04:42

You’re Sidelined! What Will Happen?

7/4/2017
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Your morning leadership check: You’re sidelined. If you had to leave the team(s) you manage (or have managed) for half a year, and turn them over to your right-hand man or woman, could the team perform as successfully as if you were there? And what […]

Duration:00:04:24

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