Jeremy Hunter is assistant professor of practice at the Peter F. Drucker School of Management. He created and teaches The Executive Mind, a decade-old series of challenging and transformative executive education courses dedicated to Drucker’s assertion that “You cannot manage other people unless you manage yourself first.” He has been voted Professor of the Year three times and featured in the Wall Street Journal, and National Public Radio’s Morning Edition.
Hunter’s courses seek to redefine and enhance productivity by cultivating quality of mind. They incorporate state-of-the art findings in neuroscience, psychology, medicine and the arts. The courses teach how to cultivate calm and focus, stay on track with professional priorities, and create option and opportunities.
He is actively involved in the civic leadership programs of the Southern California Leadership Network as a Senior Curriculum Fellow, teaching The Internal Dynamics of Leadership to give leaders the inner skills needed to effectively meet personal and professional challenges.
Hunter also serves as part of the executive coaching team with Corporate Coaching International, co-founded by Lois Frankel author of the bestselling books Nice Girls Don’t Get Rich and Nice Girls Don’t Get the Corner Office.
He has an active international consulting practice working with a diverse array of organizations including manufacturers, financial organizations, consumer products, defense contractors, hospitals, universities, cultural institutions, governments and non-profit entities.
Hunter received his PhD from University of Chicago, an MPP from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, and a BA in East Asian Studies from Wittenberg University.
He is the great-grandson of a sumo wrestler, relishes extraordinary Chinese dumplings, and obsesses about modern architecture.