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.
Established in 1986, Mulling Corporation is an affiliate of Lincolnshire International/Arbora Global Career Partners with over 175 offices worldwide. Through this affiliation, Mulling Corporation can provide extensive talent management services to Fortune 500 companies globally while maintaining its local leadership servicing Georgia and the Greater Atlanta area. Mulling Corporation is not only the chosen talent management firm for prominent businesses large and small, it has also been recognized as the #1 Best Place to Work in Atlanta by the Atlanta Business Chronicle.
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 hosted a timely and provocative radio show for Georgia Public Broadcasting entitled, “At Work with Emory Mulling.”
Emory served as President of his industry trade group for North America, the Association of Career Firms International; earned the prestigious Certification of Fellow from the International Board for Career Management, where he is also a member of the Board of Governors, which sets the ethical and certification standards for the industry; President of Lincolnshire International, an affiliation of career consulting firms; Board Chair as well as President of the Society for Human Resource Management-Atlanta Chapter (SHRM), which awarded him its “Lifetime Achievement Award;” recipient of the “Prowess Award” presented to him by The YWCA of Greater Atlanta for implementing programs and practices to empower women and for his overall efforts on behalf of women in the workplace; and was selected as “Georgia Business Person of the Year” by the Future Business Leaders of America.
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 counterintelligence operations. He was given the highest security clearance by 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 over 30 years and has two adult children.