Why LX2?

There are hundreds of leadership philosophies and methodologies out there. What makes LeadingX2 so different and effective? LX2 unlocks the dynamics in the effectiveness of organizations by exploiting the unused, underused and misused capacity in leadership pairs. It’s increasingly clear that principal pairs — and not individual leaders alone — hold the key to opening 21st century organizations to new breakthroughs in innovation, collaboration and excellence. Mulhern teaches how to capitalize on the strength of two: showing leadership pairs how to deeply align their purposes and goals; recognize, value and exploit their differences in viewpoint, skill and style; and model emotionally intelligent, constructive conversations to heighten their own goal-achievement and enjoyment at work, and lead the way for their teams and organizations to do the same.

What do clients say?

I have never felt like a client of Dan’s, instead he has been a partner to me and my team. Dan has helped me realize and augment areas of strength; he’s also identified and has helped me develop areas in need of stretch and growth both professionally and personally.

Morgan Read, CEO Read Investments

My co-founder and I have found Dan’s coaching to be invaluable in improving our communication with each other. As co-CEO’s, it is imperative that my partner and I are in sync, and Dan has helped build a foundation to make sure that remains the case.

Colin Wiel, Co-CEO MYND Property Management

Weekly Read2Lead Blog

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October 8, 2018 News

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Today a combined Reading for Leading and LeadingX2 (leading by two).    I will keep this reasonably short...

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Don’t Lead

April 9, 2018 News

Podcast While preparing for an upcoming series of classes and speeches, I pulled up my “Definitions” of leadership file. Here are two: “Leadership is the...

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Using Ritual to Lead

April 2, 2018 News

Podcast I’ve been thinking about routine and ritual a lot. The older I get the more I seem to appreciate how deeply we humans crave...

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