The Center for Integrative Leadership is dedicated to examining and advancing a new vision for cross-sector leadership by addressing challenging issues of our time for a greater good.
This conference is presented by the Randall L. Tobias Center for Leadership Excellence at Indiana University. Papers and panels are encouraged from all academic disciplines. A primary purpose of this conference is to promote interdisciplinary collaboration and facilitate the exchange of ideas on the broad subject of leadership. Due Date for Abstracts: February 7, 2014. Read more...
Dee Anne Bonebright blogged about the importance of learning new leadership skills to address modern challenges. "As leaders, we are often more comfortable working within familiar frameworks and with familiar stakeholders. But what does it look like when we move into new ways of collaborating?" Read full blog post here.
March 28, 2014, 11:30-1:00
123 Science Teaching & Student Services Bldg
This month's forum will feature Aaron Sojourner,
Assistant Professor, Carlson School of Management. He will discuss his research
into how the role of unions in society and politics has long generated
controversy. While some view unions as representing the political interests of
working families broadly, others view them as just a special interest advocating
for a narrow slice of society at the expense of the rest. As these debates catch
fire in Wisconsin, Ohio, Indiana, Minnesota, and elsewhere, Professor Sojourner
offers a fresh look at a role unions play. Read more here. RSVP
here. View schedule of future forums here.
What do Ben Franklin, Jeff Ochs, and the Center for Integrative Leadership have in common? All are recognized practitioners of leadership across business, government, and civil society sectors in pursuit of the common good. Ochs, who is finishing an MBA...
Posted on 10 February 2014 | 3:40 pm
Since 2011, faculty and staff at the University of Minnesota who participate in a three-day CIL-sponsored leadership training have been applying what they learn to diverse contexts across the University. This collaboratively authored eBook features twenty-two stories describing how the Art of Hosting Conversations that Matter is impacting significant grassroots shifts in teaching, research and outreach across the University.