Leo Burke was at Motorola for 12 years, the last six of which were in Motorola University. During that time, he was Dean and Director of the College of Leadership and Transcultural Studies. More recently he became Associate Dean for Executive Education at the Business School at the University of Notre Dame. There he has initiated programs based on an integral approach to leadership.
Q: What I know of you I think first came out in Ken Wilber’s book on …
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Thanks for this news [ Integral Leadership Review, October 2002]. I’ve had a number of opportunities to interact with Mike Jay and he has a first class mind, with a depth of understanding of the dynamics of leadership. I strongly recommend that others read this interview.
Also, the November 11, 2002 issue of BusinessWeek has an excellent feature story on CEO Coaches. It begins with the following: “Few chief executives will talk about it. But more and more, they’re turning …
Mary Hessler-Key, Ph.D. and Robin Wood, Ph.D.,
Developing Leadership Capacity: Searching for the Integral
A paper presented at the 1st International Conference on Integral Leadership,
London, England, October 2002
Abstract: Leadership studies generally brush over the issues that differences in values and cultural relativism raise by defining the test of leadership as the achievement of results (i.e. – “Does this leader accomplish what he or she set out to do? If so, the person must be a good leader.”) From …
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In an earlier edition of Integral Leadership Review (Volume 11, No. 3 – March, 2002), I discussed the notion of attunement, the dynamics of the relationship between the individual leader’s values, beliefs, assumptions and intentions in relation to those held by the collective, that is, within the culture. Since that time interesting work has been done on the use of Ken Wilber’s notion of lines in individual consciousness and development. These are cognitive, emotional, somatic, relational, spiritual, and integrating. …