DOVER — The Dover Public Library will host a free community program featuring author Dan Muller at 6:30 p.m. May 30 in the library’s community room.
Muller is the author of the new book, Changing Collars: Lessons in Transitioning From Blue-Collar Roots to White-Collar Success." In the last 20 years, over 10 million Americans have grown up in blue-collar families but have chosen to pursue white-collar careers. Changing Collars is a memoir focused upon helping and enabling these and future blue-collar Americans to succeed in their white-collar careers. Drawing upon his own experiences growing up in a blue-collar family, and in his 35 years of gradually learning the ropes and eventually climbing the corporate ladder in a white-collar world, Daniel Muller provides insights and lessons to help millions of ‘blue-collar root’ employees on their white-collar career journeys.
Changing Collars provides lessons about the significant differences between blue-collar and white-collar cultures and mores, as well as highlighting the common misunderstandings that blue-collar candidates have about the white-collar world.
Daniel Muller is an author and the president/CEO of a consulting company, DEM Consulting, an Information Technology and Strategy consulting firm. Daniel graduated from Kent State University in 1979 with a BBA majoring in computer science and operations research, and with an MBA in 1990, graduating Summa Cum Laude in both degrees. He retired in 2014 after a successful 35 year career in the manufacturing industry. He currently lives in Massillon, near his early hometown of Brewster. He has won various state and local awards, including being named CIO of the Year in Northeast Ohio, as well as being inducted into the Fairless High School Hall of Honor in 2016. He continues to serve as a guest speaker for various organizations, sharing insights about business and the white-collar world. He is an avid golfer, lettering for four years in golf at Kent State University, and winning 9 club championships over his career, while still maintaining a low single digit handicap. He is married and has two children and five grandchildren. His passion lies in helping others achieve more fulfilling and successful white-collar careers.
For more information or to register for this free community program, contact the Dover Public Library at 330-343-6123, 525 N. Walnut St.