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Integral Leadership COLLECTION
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We are pleased to welcome a new collection to our Knowledge Gallery. It is produced in partnership with the Integral Leadership Review [ILR], a global forum for all those exploring leadership practice, development and theory. The collection will be dynamic with a revolving selection of articles, perspectives, and interviews from ILR, highlighting global thought-leaders on topics relevant to our time of crisis, challenge, and opportunity.

What we love about ILR’s approach is that it is personal and models integration in how material is presented. Each interview, review, or other contribution provides thought-provoking content and perspective, as well as giving you a glimpse about the person behind it -- a kind of virtual dialogue -- always with an appealing, friendly informality.

We hope you enjoy this collection...

  Dr. Russ Volckmann
We are pleased to work with Dr. Russ Volckmann, founder, Integral Leadership Review, who has agreed to serve as the executive guest curator for the collection.


Integral Leader Review (ILR) Particles
Summary of Integral Leadership Review Articles
January 2012 | Special Issue: The United Kingdom
March 2012

Integral Leadership Review | Table of Contents (Full Editions)
January 2012 Special Issue: The United Kingdom
March 2012

IRL Archives


Leadership Quote:
“If the human race wishes to have a prolonged and indefinite
period of material PROSPERITY, they have only got to behave
in a peaceful and helpful way toward one another.”

--- Winston Churchill | ILR Particles | January 2012 | Page 11

Leadership Book:

Evolutionary Leadership

Innovative Leadership Fieldbook
Field-Tested Integral Approaches to Developing
Leaders, Transforming Organizations, and
Creating Sustainability

by Maureen Metcalf and Mark Palmer
Integral Publishers 2011

| A leading text for managers, executives and individual contributors
providing a combination of well-researched theory with practical
business case studies. Authors Maureen Metcalf and Mark Palmer
define leadership from a thoughtful, new perspective and provide
a six-step process for developing strong leadership qualities.

Reader Comment:
“Beautifully written, academically brilliant, and masterfully designed.”
-- Mike Morrow-Fox | VP, Human Resources and Talent Development
American Heart Association

Review by Harvard Professor, Jim Ritchie-Duham

Order a Copy from
Author’s website


Selected articles, audio, and interviews
from Integral Leadership Review:

Fresh Perspective

Anthony Grayling: On Educating for Leadership
Master of the New College of the Humanities, and
a Supernumerary Fellow of St Anne’s College, Oxford
in conversation with Nick Shannon, IRL, United Kingdom Bureau Chief
January 2012

James O’Dea: On Peace and Sanity
CEO, Seva Foundation and 2010 Recipient of the
Champion of Peace, Reconciliation and Forgiveness
an honor given by the Worldwide Forgiveness Alliance
in conversation with Russ Volckmann, Ph.D.,
Publisher and Executive Editor
January 2012

Selected Articles

Leadership Wisdom and the Perspective of Time
by Andrew Munro | Director, AM Azure Consulting
| The concept of WISDOM is making a comeback;
this article introduces the seven pillars of leadership wisdom
and focuses in on the first one: Perspective of Time.

January 2012

The Role of Values in Leadership:
How Leaders’ Values Shape Value Creation

by Scott Lichtenstein | Founding Director, EVS Consulting
| This article focuses on the role of values in leadership
and how this unconscious and invisible force creates
or stymies visible results.

January 2012

Leadership: Lessons From History
by Dorothy Danaher White | Editor of Adult Development, the
journal for the Society for Research in Adult Development
Focuses on the issues faced by leaders in the past and how they relate to
issues here in the present. The concentration is on leadership, administration,
and governance. “Dr. White creatively dips into the past to help us see
ourselves and our challenges and opportunities to become more
effective leaders. You’ll walk away with your own list of qualities to strive to
” – Debbe Kennedy, founder, Global Dialogue Center | author,
Putting Our Differences to Work
March 2012

Transforming Economics: Caring Economy Leadership
by Riane Eisler, social scientist, attorney, and author; internationally known
for her bestseller The Chalice and The Blade: Our History, Our Future,
and her newest book, The Real Wealth of Nations: Creating a Caring
– hailed by Archbishop Desmond Tutu as “a template for the
better world we have been so urgently seeking,” by Peter Senge as “desperately
needed,” and by Jane Goodall as “a call for action.”
Overview: There are signs that the old economic approaches are not adaptive.
Gaps between haves and have-nots are again widening globally, poverty,
unemployment, and debt are mounting even in the more affluent regions of our world,
and no solutions are in sight for our rapidly accelerating environmental problems.
March 2012

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