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ILA Interface - The Newsletter of the International Leadership Association
28 March 2019
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Upcoming Webinars

ILA's Leadership Perspectives Webinars bring you the best leadership tips, tools, and resources. ILA members enjoy free access to all webinars - live and on demand - while non-members are welcome to attend for only $29.95 per webinar. Upcoming webinars include April's "Managing #MeToo: The Good, the Bad & the Ugly" with consultant Jeanne Martinson and May's "How to Get Published in an Academic Journal" with presenter Patti Davis, a Senior Publisher with Emerald.
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Sisterfire singers at Smithsonian Folklife Festival in 2018
Roadwork, 1978-2018

Amy Horowitz, co-founder of Roadwork and the Sisterfire festival, discusses the powers and perils of coalition as she takes us "there and back again" from the founding of Roadwork to it's 40th anniversary celebration as part of the 2018 Smithsonian Folklife Festival. Throughout the article she deftly moves between academic, music industry, and social justice arts networks. As you read this month's Grassroots Leadership & the Arts for Social Change Corner be sure to listen to the accompanying radio show by editor Susan Erenrich.
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 Nyasha M. GuramatunhuCooper, Facilitator at ILA's Leadership Education Academy
Teaching Leadership at the Nexus

As a Leadership Education Academy (LEA) Graduate returning to LEA as a facilitator, Nyasha GuramatunhuCooper has a unique perspective on all that LEA has to offer. Her goal as an educator has been to teach leadership from a global perspective at the nexus of cultural and social contexts. Without these theoretical frameworks and concepts that are inclusive of different ways of knowing and being, the impact and growth of a discipline can be limited and limiting. Learn more about her journey and what you can expect at ILA's Leadership Education Academy this August in Denver. Registration is limited to the first 72 people. Register now - don't delay!
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Leadership Education Snapshots

In this new column ILA members Kathy Guthrie and Jennifer Batchelder explore research findings on leadership education programs in the United States based on research conducted by the Leadership Learning Research Center (LLRC) at Florida State University in partnership with the International Leadership Association. This month’s column examines the history of ILA’s Leadership Education Program database and ILA’s partnership with LLRC. A general overview of the research findings thus far along with forthcoming questions is shared.
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