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The Integral Leadership Review is the world’s premier publication of integrated approaches to leading and leadership. It is a bridging publication that links authors and readers across cultures around the world. It serves leaders, professionals and academics engaged in the practice, development and theory of leadership. It bridges multiple perspectives by drawing on integral, transdisciplinary, complexity and developmental frameworks. These bridges are intended to assist all who read the Integral Leadership Review to develop and implement comprehensive shifts in strategies by providing lessons from experience, insights, and tools all can use in addressing the challenges facing the world.
Being involved, as I am, with the Integral Leadership Review, I am often questioned about its purposes and intentions as well as its meaning. These questions set me to considering not only the scope of Integral Leadership but also its place and purpose within the wide domain of leadership studies. I believe it would be fair to say that the Integral Leadership Review is a unique publication within this domain. It is a publication that spans and/or connects the boundaries of good leadership theory and good leadership practice. It is a publication at work at the intersections of disciplines and therefore quite capable of illuminating opportunities to advance collective transformations and possibilities within and between communities of practice. This work, this publication, is transdisciplinary in its intention. Moving within this transdisciplinary intention we also find the opportunities to reveal and develop the potentials of individuals at work in these communities of practice. Given these purposes and intentions I believe we will discover together that our collective work is at that apex of putting wisdom to work in the world.
– Mark McCaslin, Editor, Integral Leadership Review