Action Wheel Leadership
VP of Leadership Development - Action Wheel Leadership
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Bethel University, Undergraduate Studies - Theology and Communications
University of Sydney - Masters work - motivation and how knowledge is transferred and applied.
University of Sydney - PhD. Leadership and Leadership Development Processes.
Dr. Hultgren is also the president and owner of Above the Line Leaders International, a Minneapolis based leadership consulting firm committed to the implementation of authentic, and integrated leadership processes for clients around the world.
Dr. Hultgren has worked in the field of leadership for over twenty five years. His early years focused on military personnel culminating in his work with Naval Academy pilots and officers. In the early 90's he served as an Australian Director with an international non-profit organization committed to leader development and later as a principal and partner with Pilgrim International, a communications, marketing, and leadership consulting group based in Sydney Australia.
In 1998 Dr. Hultgren opened Leaders International Pty Ltd in Sydney Australia and in 2001 Above the Line Leaders International in Minneapolis, Minnesota. As an Adjunct Professor of Organizational Leadership at Bethel University and Southland College, Australia, he is able to interact with both the practical and theoretical worlds of leadership offering clients cutting edge processes that help build robust companies.
Dr. Hultgren has been the guest speaker at hundreds of venues around the world on topics ranging from leadership to spirituality. His workshops on leadership have led to foundational training for school Principals in Australia. Since moving back to the States in 2001 he has written numerous courses and articles on leadership including his book, "Leadership can be learned…and applied."
Dr. Hultgren earned his PhD from the University of Sydney in leadership and leadership development processes. His Masters work, also from the University of Sydney, focused on motivation and how knowledge is transferred and applied. Undergraduate studies in theology and communications, at Bethel University, rounded out his studies linking ethical applications to workplace situations.