Featuring: Daniel Granholm Mulhern, Lecturer in the Schools of Business, Public Policy, and Law, UC Berkeley
Why is it that when we think of leadership or leaders, we think of one person? What would happen if we questioned this nearly unquestionable assumption — that there is “a” leader, is “the” leader? Mulhern, his students, and his colleagues have been asking this question for years. In this talk, he explores the prevalence, power, and the practices of leading by two. He’ll invite you to examine your past, consider how your lessons stack up against his, and offer suggestions on how you might exploit the power of two in your efforts, leading in family, business, school, and other venues.