Mark Mullaly is passionately dedicated to helping strategic leaders to take meaningful action and deliver results that work.
Mark Mullaly is a consultant, facilitator and speaker who is passionate about helping strategic leaders deliver meaningful value. In a world of uncertainty, where the right answer always depends, Mark provides the process and perspective to know what the answer depends on. His presentations give you the confidence to embrace complexity, navigate politics and deliver results that matter.
Mark Mullaly is the President & Chief Organizational Therapist of Interthink Consulting. Mark is a consultant, facilitator, writer and speaker that is passionate about helping strategic leaders to make a difference and deliver meaningful value.
Building on a career of more than three decades, Mark knows what it takes to deliver results in the real world, where complexity is real, politics matter and the right answer always depends. Mark combines engaging storytelling, a wry sense of humour and the benefit of years of research to deliver presentations that matter and strategies that make sense. His presentations are dynamic, engaging, highly visual and make complex ideas clear and comprehensible.
It’s difficult to put a label on Mark, but we can try. He has spent a lot of time in project management, and arguably still does. He’s been spending a lot of time in strategy, and that likely will continue. Decision making, personality, biases, innovation, change, politics, sensemaking are a few domains he considers engaging (and that he knows contain depths beyond which he has yet explored). Diving into any one of these areas is interesting. Making connections across them is fascinating. Making them meaningful to the rest of the world is his happy place.
Mark has a PhD in strategy and decision making (with a side-helping of psychology) from Bond University in Australia. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Drama & Theatre Arts from the University of Waterloo. His work, his speaking and his workshops all benefit from having one foot firmly in business and the other in the arts. His audiences firmly agree.
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