Author Archives: Wendelin Kupers and Russ Volckmann

Dialogue: Integral Leadership, Wendelin Kupers and Russ Volckmann, Part II

October 2009 / Dialogue

Wendelin KupersRuss VolckmannIn Part I we explored the situation of how integral is being accepted into the world of academia, some of the factors that deter such acceptance, a bit about Wendelin’s current work, the role of pragmatism and the challenges to integration in the workplace. Thus, integral approaches have a very high potential in leader development. Wendelin opened the subject of habits and their relationship to innovation and creativity.

Russ: Okay, let’s look at distinctions. For starters, …

Dialogue: Integral Leadership, Wendelin Kupers and Russ Volckmann, Part I

August 2009 / Dialogue

kupersvolckmannRuss: Wendelin, I am delighted to have the opportunity to explore, clarify and develop the application of integral theory to the complex phenomenon of leadership. I hope this dialogue will be useful to the readers of Integral Leadership Review and far beyond.

To begin with, I feel a deep sense of responsibility in entering this dialogue with you. For one, I have great respect for your work and the degree that you almost uniquely have been …