“Listen to your presentations and have some other people listen to them. You need to listen to yourself giving speeches and get some critical advice on how you’re coming across. If you listen to what you’re saying in a speech, I guarantee you you’ll say that you want to do it a little bit differently the next time. And that’s important.”
– Emory Mulling
from Public Speaking Super Powers
Emory Mulling is a nationally recognized expert on the trends and forces shaping the American Workplace. As Chairman Founder,
and Senior Executive Coaching Consultant for Mulling Corporation, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, he has created a successful executive coaching and career transition firm that is a leader in talent management consulting.
A former Vice President of Human Resources, Emory’s background includes 16 years of corporate Human Resource experience with three Fortune 500 companies. His tenure in Human Resources gives him a wide breadth of knowledge in every aspect of talent management, and his longevity in the industry allows him the foresight to pinpoint key trends and keep his clients on the pulse of workplace issues in any economy.
A prolific writer and sought-after expert, Emory wrote a nationally syndicated column for five years entitled People Smarts for the American City Business Journals giving management advice to employers. He has been quoted in dozens of national publications including: The Wall Street Journal, Time, Fortune, Kiplinger’s, Entrepreneur, Newsweek and The New York Times. Emory has served as a seasoned workplace expert on radio, television and online, and is also a noted lecturer on workplace issues.
Since 2007, Emory has been hosting a timely and provocative radio show for Georgia Public Broadcasting entitled, “At Work with Emory Mulling.”
Emory is author of The Mulling Factor: Get Your Life Back by Taking Control of Your Career. This book contains The Mulling Factor©, an assessment tool designed to assist people in correcting misemployment and identifying their ideal boss and work environment. It has also been translated into Korean.
Emory served in the U.S. Army as a Military Intelligence Analyst at Battalion Headquarters. While in a combat zone and on the staff of Commander in Chief of the Pacific (CINCPAC in Hawaii), he was closely involved with counter-intelligence. He was given the highest security clearance of the U.S. Army and in that capacity analyzed national security issues related to the safety of our country.
A Georgia native, he has been married for 32 years and has two grown children.
For more information: www.mulling.com