June 2019
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06/29 – June 2019 Cover
Eric Reynolds
June 2019 Cover The photo was taken on May 13th, 2019 at the Palace Square in St. Petersburg, Russia. (From Eugene Pustoshkin's photo archive.)
Leading Comments
06/29 – Welcome to the June 2019 release!
Natasha Mantler
We are excited to share with you the following contributions to ILR’s June 2019 release! Our fresh perspective comes from Eugene Pustoshkin interviewing Micheal Zimmerman! Feature articles from Edward Kelly, Sue L. T. McGregor, Ian Roth, Otto Laske, and Ray Gehani, presenting far-reaching topics such as more statesmanship, less leadership; transdisciplinary higher education curriculum; trans-contextual […]
Leadership Quote
06/29 Gandhi
Gandhi
Gandhi We but mirror the world. All the tendencies present in the outer world are to be found in the world of our body. If we could change ourselves, the tendencies in the world would also change. As a man changes his own nature, so does the attitude of the world change towards him. This […]
Leadership Coaching Tips
06/29 – Going Slow to Go Fast
Jody Jones
Jody Jones Often when we want to make a change, it is because a pattern of behavior, beliefs and confirmation bias has become entrenched and isn’t working for us any longer, even though in the past it served us rather well. Once the commitment to change is activated, there is a strong push to kill […]
Fresh Perspective
06/29 – Michael meets Eugene in St. Petersburg
Eugene Pustoshkin
This interview was taken by Eugene Pustoshkin, Integral Leadership Review’s Bureau Chief / Associate Editor for Russia, on May 13, 2019, in St. Petersburg, Russia, Eugene:   Hello Michael, welcome to Saint Petersburg. Michael:   Thank you very much. I’ve looked forward to coming to this great city for many, many years and I’m very happy to […]
Feature Articles
06/29 – Transdisciplinary Curriculum: Educational Philosophy and Rationale
Sue L. T. McGregor
Sue L. T. McGregor Higher education is one of the most important arenas in which the transdisciplinary (TD) approach should be applied (Güvenen, 2016). Fortunately, educational institutions are “evolving [so they can] answer the demand for transdisciplinary skills” (Güvenen, 2016, p. 75). In concert, “educators are recognizing the vital significance of designing a transdisciplinary curriculum” […]
06/29 – More Statesmanship, Less Leadership Please!
Edward Kelly
Edward Kelly According to this model of adult development, less than 10% of our leaders have the developmental capacity to match the complexity of the issues they face, and that includes President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Theresa May. This mismatch, which gets resolved at the next stage in our or their development, looks more […]
06/29 – Limitations of Frankfurt School Hauptseminars From a Perspective of the Dialectical Thought Form Framework (DTF)
Otto Laske
Otto Laske While resurgent interest in the writings of the Frankfurt School, especially Adorno, is over-focused on the ideological content of his writings, a much more relevant aspect of Adorno’s work is that of a teacher of ‘deep’, or dialectical, thinking. Adorno’s ‘Negative Dialektik’ spells out his teaching only in a form once-removed, rather than […]
06/29 – Gandhi’s Integral Leadership to Greatness for All (Sarvodaya): With Truth (Satya), Nonviolence (Ahimsa), and Self-Rule (Swaraj)
Ray Gehani
Ray Gehani Many prominent leaders and major media have almost unanimously acknowledged Mohandas K. Gandhi (1869 – 1948) as one of the 20th Century’s greatest leaders for humankind (Time, 1999).  Gandhi is also recognized as a firm believer and practitioner of truth and nonviolence with high integrity.  Albert Einstein noted, “Generations to come will scarce […]
06/29 – Transnational Considerations in Equity Work in Three Contexts: Higher Education, Philanthropy and Public Policy
Cristina, Gabriela, and Gonzalo Alcalde
Cristina Alcalde, M. Gabriela Alcalde and Gonzalo Alcalde             It’s 2019 and racial equity is increasingly put forth as a promising framework for understanding and undoing centuries of racist and colonialist power structures. The framework of equity is both an important and urgent one to consider, given that a convergence […]
06/29 – Toward a Technology Infrastructure for the Second Tier
Don Dulchinos
Don Dulchinos Integral thinkers Don Beck and Ken Wilber have both cited Pierre Teilhard de Chardin’s noosphere as a model or metaphor for the Turquoise stage of human development.  Teilhard spoke of “a harmonised collectivity of consciousnesses equivalent to a sort of super-consciousness.” [1] I published a book entitled Neurosphere (after noosphere), in 2005, the […]
06/29 – An Attempt at a Trans-Contextual Learning Model: Extracting a Meta-Model Across Time, Space, and Discipline
Ian Roth
Ian Roth It is self-evident that the most useful education is one that facilitates learning-how-to-learn.  While the reasons for past failures to provide such an education are undoubtedly multivariate, among them must certainly be counted the apparent difficulty of delivering such an education.  The more bureaucratized and institutionalized the educational context becomes, the more this […]
Notes from the Field
06/29 – Up! (Ten Years After . . .) – Building Community-Based Equity
Brian McConnell
Brian McConnell This segment of Notes from the Field reflects the shared experience of a small band of reflective practitioners originating in Roanoke, Virginia and interfacing with each other as participants, along with some 300 other such teams from around the world, in the Presencing Institute’s recently launched, “Societal Transformation Lab”. Drawing from a set […]
06/29 – A Mindful Society (symposium), 24-27 May, 2019, Toronto Canada
Blake Poland
Blake Poland A Mindful Society (amindfulsociety.org) is an annual forum for those interested and/or active in taking mindfulness practice ‘off the cushion’ and into all sectors of society. In addition to pre- and post-conference workshops, led this year by Dr Dan Seigel and Thupten Jinpa (the Dalai Lama’s personal translator) respectively, over 500 delegates were […]
06/29 – Spectrum of Leadership Gifts – A Personal Perspective
Ryan Nakade and Devon Almond
Ryan Nakade & Devon Almond The ways of the world evolve as we evolve. Our lenses of life shift as we shift. Each way of the world has its place, its value, and its limitations. Each way of the world also offers its leadership gifts. While leadership, itself, is as developmentally diverse as our inner […]
Book Reviews
06/29 – Leading Beyond the Ego
Annabel Beerel
Annabel Beerel John Knights, President of the U.K based leadership development and coaching organization, LeaderShape Global, along with several members of his team, advocate a new leadership approach for the twenty-first century called Transpersonal Leadership. The steps to becoming a transpersonal leader, are explained in great detail in their cutting-edge book, Leading Beyond the Ego. […]
06/29 – The Desire for Mutual Recognition: Social Movements and the Dissolution of the False Self
Barbara Nussbaum
Barbara Nussbaum This book has already been singled out by its academic publisher, Routledge, nominating it for the best nonfiction book in 2018. But for me the compelling reason for a broader audience to read it, is the artful way it embodies its own timely message for humanity. Peter Gabel makes a compelling case for […]