ED Talks: Situational Leadership

Thursday, July 23
11:00 am – 12:00 pm

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In episode three of ED Talks, webinars discussing economic development, leadership, and reimagining the workplace, Dr. Mandolen Mull of Rockford University discusses Situational Leadership. Attendees will learn how to flex your individual leadership styles to develop and motivate your employees.

COVID-19 has demonstrated that there is an opportunity to recognize and celebrate different ways of responding to crises, ways of leadership, and methods of accomplishing tasks. The ability to appreciate these different styles is critical to developing a well-rounded team that will contribute to the success of an organization.

Dr. Mull will discuss how you can leverage and alter your leadership style to best lead your team through various developmental phases and contexts.

There will be a question and answer session following her presentation.

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About Dr. Mandolen Mull

Dr. Mandolen Mull is the Chair of the Puri School of Business, Director of the Degree Completion Program, and an Assistant Professor of Leadership at Rockford University. With a Ph.D. in organizational development and change, and an MBA in international business, Dr. Mull previously was a faculty member at Tarleton State University and the McLane School of Business at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor where she taught courses in business management, statistics, and international business. Prior to joining the realm of academia, Dr. Mull accrued over a decade of corporate leadership experience in the fields of healthcare, property preservation, and logistical distribution. Possessing an extensive background in leadership performance, Dr. Mull consults with organizations across the globe, providing analysis and interventions targeted to improve organizational performance outcomes. Dr. Mull also conducts scholarly research pertaining to leadership intentions, change management, and statistical analyses.