Mallary Tytel is president and founder of Healthy Workplaces, a national consulting practice that focuses on human systems dynamics, coaching, diversity and culture, women in the workplace and sustainability. Specifically her work is based upon complexity science, systems thinking, and models of adaptive action.
She is the former CEO of an international non-profit behavioral health and human resource development corporation; has served as a key advisor to senior-level civilian and military personnel within the U.S. Department of Defense; and created and delivered an innovative leadership training program in over 40 diverse communities worldwide. Most recently she co-founded the Simple Rules Foundation, whose mission is help individuals, organizations and communities see, understand and influence the patterns around them. As an expert source, Mallary is often quoted in the media, has appeared on CNBC and ABC World News This Morning, and has presented at conferences throughout the U.S. and Canada. She has also been a regular contributor to BusinessWeek.com.
Mallary has a Ph.D. in Public Health Promotion and Organizational Systems from the Union Institute and University, an M.B.A. from the University of Connecticut, and is a certified executive coach and certified mediator in alternative dispute resolution. In her spare time she writes and mentors budding women entrepreneurs. She is the author of Vision Driven: Lessons Learned from the Small Business C-Suite (Gold Canyon Press, 2009), Simple Rules: A Radical Inquiry into Self, and Radical Inquiry Journal (2011). She is current working on a second book about Simple Rules due out in 2014.
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