PROF JEREMY HUNTER
Associate Professor of Practice and Founding Director, Executive Mind Leadership Institute, Peter F. Drucker Graduate School of Management, Claremont Graduate University
Jeremy Hunter teaches courses on the Executive Mind and the Practice of Self-Management. He is also the founding director of the Executive Mind Leadership Institute, which is dedicated to helping leaders thrive by enhancing their capacity for effective action.
His courses cultivate human capital by developing the positive qualities necessary for sustainable and effective professional action. These courses enhance the skill of mindfulness, a focused and deliberate moment-to-moment awareness. With practice, mindfulness fosters clarity, focus and judgment, enables more skillful decision making, and improves communication and interpersonal relationships as well as quality of life.
He co-created and co-leads the Leading Mindfully Executive Education program at the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business and is distinguished fellow at the Fowler Center for Business as an Agent of World Benefit at the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University. He also co-founded the Quality of Life Research Center with Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi and Jeanne Nakamura in 1999.
He has been a keynote speaker at Wisdom 2.0 (San Francisco), TEDxOrangeCoast, the Mindful Leadership Summit (Washington, DC), the Mindful Leadership Global Forum (Sydney), Mindfulness in Business Conference (Stockholm & Copenhagen), Sweden Mindfulness Week (Tallberg), Mindfulness at Work (UK), and the Mindfulness at Work Conference (Berkeley).
Hunter has written many of the foundational works on mindfulness and leadership. He is writing about long-term mindfulness practitioners and the effects practice has on positively transforming their lives and enhancing their professional commitments.
He has designed and led leadership development programs for a wide variety of organizations, including those in Fortune 200 aerospace, Fortune 50 banking and finance, accounting, law, pharmaceuticals, the arts, and civic non-profits. Program impacts have lead to positive professional, personal, and financial outcomes.