A Personal Reflection on the 10th Annual Conference of the International Leadership Association Los Angeles, 12-15 Nov. 2008. Jim Wolford-Ulrich, Ph.D. Duquesne University Nov. 22, 2008. Member Interest Groups. Business Leadership Development Leadership Education Public Interest
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10th Annual Conference of the
International Leadership Association
Los Angeles, 12-15 Nov. 2008
Jim Wolford-Ulrich, Ph.D.
Nov. 22, 2008
See also presentation by Dr. Anu Mitra: http://www.truveo.com/The-Art-of-Leadership-Chapter-5/id/3971834510
James MacGregor Burns
Manfred Kets de Vries
The start of something bigger?
Good and bad leadership and good & bad followership go hand-in-hand! (Kellerman)
Ownership, trust, transparency (Reichard)
Social identity theory; we pay more attention to people who are prototypical; they have greater influence on us (Hogg)
Role Orientations (Howell & Mendez)
Means a wide variety of things to many
Draws upon theology, history, management studies, and contemporary leadership theories and perspectives
Interesting case study: Moses (M. Harvey)
Business as an Agent of World Benefit
Fetzer Institute + Case Western Reserve
Cooperrider at the U.N. with CEOs of world’s largest 500 corporations !!
Sustainability, multi-sector, appreciative inquiry, managing as designing, management education
A wholistic, integrated perspective
Based on writings of Ken Wilbur
Uses a “Four Quadrant” model:
Internal Entity (self; culture)
External Entity (behavior; systems)
Internal Context (outlook; meta-culture)
External Context (order, meta-system)