Mick Ukleja

Mick Ukleja

Mick Ukleja, Ph.D., is the founder and president of LeadershipTraQ. He empowers leaders to optimize their talent and equips them to excel in their professional and personal life. Mick is an author, speaker and generational strategist. He writes and speaks on engaging millennials at work. He is the co-author of Managing the Millennials: Discover the Core Competencies for Managing Today’s Workforce, 2nd Edition, which is used in corporate training and business schools. He co-founded the Ukleja Center for Ethical Leadership at California State University, Long Beach, which promotes ethics across the curriculum. Mick is an adjunct professor in the MBA program at Concordia University. His book Who Are You? What Do You Want? has been praised by legendary coach John Wooden: “I have always taught that success can be achieved by each one of us. These principles provide an excellent life-planning guide for bringing out your best.” Mick has been featured on Fox News, CNN, Fox Business Network, NBC and in numerous publications. Keep up with Mick at Leadershiptraq.com.

Articles by Mick Ukleja

4 Powerful Habits That Will Change Your Life

4 Powerful Habits That Will Change Your Life

You can do anything when you quit trying to do everything.

April 18, 2017
5 Ways Successful People Take Control of Life

5 Ways Successful People Take Control of Life

Successful people understand that they live in a world where change is continuous and not episodic.

March 21, 2017
6 Mindset Shifts That Will Improve Your Life

6 Mindset Shifts That Will Improve Your Life

By avoiding discomfort, we can survive. Stepping into it is how we thrive.

February 21, 2017
4 Questions That Will Change Your Life

4 Questions That Will Change Your Life

What are you doing to invest in yourself?

January 24, 2017
5 Steps to Personal Greatness

5 Steps to Personal Greatness

Look inward to know yourself and achieve outward goals.

December 20, 2016
6 Attributes of Healthy Humility

6 Attributes of Healthy Humility

No. 1: Humble people acknowledge they don’t have it all together.

November 25, 2016