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.
Laura Bloomber, former CIL executive director, has accepted the position of Associate Dean for the Humphrey School. CIL is currently searching for a new executive director. Click here to view the posting or for application information.
Inspired by Washburn's mission and impact on the community, attendees at the first ever BOLD Awards held in Minnesota chose Washburn as the "Boldest of the Bold" out of five bold winners - including Pentair, The Nerdery, PreciouStatus and PaR Systems Inc..The competition recognized bold strategies improving and transforming the quality of life in Minnesota. To view the 2-min video featuring Washburn's work, click here.
We think this honor is indeed well deserved!
June 26-28, 2013 | Humphrey Auditorium | University of Minnesota
Preconference session on June 25, 2013
Join us for the 2013 Leadership Can Be Taught Symposium. This is an opportunity for undergraduate and emerging professional educators to come together to explore best practices in adapting the Leadership Can Be Taught framework into higher education. This year’s symposium will demonstrate the power of partnership, moving from the idea of “us versus them” to the power of creating “we”. Presented by the U of M Undergraduate Leadership Minor and University of San Diego SOLES. Click here for registration information.
October 3-4, 2013
Double Tree By Hilton, 1500 Park Place Blvd
Minneapolis, MN 55416
Cosponsoring with the Center for Applied Research in Educational Improvement. Click here for more information and registration.
By Thomas Fisher, Professor and Dean of the College of Design at the University of Minnesota. This post was originally published on the Huffington Post (4/24/13). View the original post here and other posts Dean Fischer has authored for Huffington...
Posted on 2 May 2013 | 1:02 pm
CIL Academic Co-Director Jodi Sandfort, CIL Steering Committee Member Kathy Quick, and Graduate Research Assistant Nicholas Stuber completed the report "Practicing the Art of Hosting: Exploring what Art of Hosting and Harvesting workshop participants understand and do." The study explores the way in which people trained in the Art of Hosting practice and make sense of hosting as an integrative leadership approach. Read report...