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 learning model; limitations of Frankfurt School from the dialectical thought form framework, and Gandhi’s integral leadership. Further feature articles are from newcomers’ siblings Cristina, Gabriela, and Gonzalo Alcalde presenting transnational considerations in equity work in three contexts, and Don Dulchinos toward a technology infrastructure for the second tier.
Notes from the field includes Brian McConnell’s reflections and shared experience building community, and Ryan Nakade and Devon Devon describe their personal perspective of the spectrum of leadership gifts, and Blake Polland reflects on the Toronto Mindful Society Symposium. Further, we have two book reviews: one by Barbara Nussbaum reviewing The Desire for Mutual Recognition: Social Movements and the Dissolution of the False Self by Peter Gabel and the next by Annabel Beerel reviewing Leading Beyond the Ego by John Knights, Danielle Grant & Greg Young.
We also have a leadership coaching tip from non-other than Jody Jones from Integral Coaching Canada! And lastly a beautiful leadership quote from Gandhi.
Thank you for tuning in and we look forward to your further contributions this year!
Eric and Natasha