2020-08-13

 
ILA Interface - The Newsletter of the International Leadership Association
19 August 2020
 
Cynthia Cherrey
 
Leadership for Humanity

Anáhuac University’s Center for Leadership Studies invited Cynthia Cherrey (ILA President & CEO), Domènec Melé (Chair of Business Ethics at IESE), and Gabriel Ginebra (Managing Partner of ARISE Culture & People) to share their views about leadership for humanity and the challenges of moving an organization forward without forgetting that people’s wellbeing also deserves to be prioritized. Read this article, translated from the original Spanish, or follow the link from the article to the Spanish.
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Joe Lasley
 
Level-Up Your Pedagogy

In this PAUSE for Pedagogy article, Joe Lasley (Assistant Professor of Leadership and Organizational Studies at the University of Southern Maine) discusses "Gamenamic Leadership: How Game Design Can Level-Up Leadership Pedagogy." Using phenomenological framework of leadership that applies development and creativity through gaming, games can serve as concrete play experiences that enable learning and development for players and researchers alike. Read the article, then watch the video interview with Joe and PAUSE co-editor Lisa Endersby.
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Kehkashan Basu
 
Making the World a Better Place

Youth leader Kehkashan Basu (Founder & President of Green Hope Foundation) has a mission to make the world a better place. Read our interview with the youngest recipient of Canada's top 25 women of influence and follow the links to her book, her organization's upcoming live streams on women's leadership and the climate crisis, and the video recording of the ILA plenary panel she participated in.
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Reggie Harris
 
A Leader Among Leaders

Grassroots Leadership and the Arts for Social Change Corner editor, Susie Erenrich, invited Reggie Harris on to her radio show to discuss his role teaching people, through stories and song, about the legacy of race and racism in the United States. Reggie is a teaching artist for the John F. Kennedy Center’s Changing Education Through the Arts program, a Woodrow Wilson Scholar, and the Director of Music Education for the Unitarian Universalist Living Legacy Project. Read the interview and listen to Reggie's music by following the link to the radio show within.
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Nan Keohane
 
Women, Power, & Leadership

Political philosopher and former President of Wellesley College and Duke University, Nannerl O. Keohane, takes a deep look into the formidable obstacles women still face when seeking leadership roles including the unfounded belief that few women want to hold significant leadership positions. Read this fascinating ILA field report, reprinted with permission from Daedalus.
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