Resource Rewind: Exploring the Archives of the International Leadership Association
24 July 2020
In this month's Resource Rewind we invite you work with purpose, start a new book project, relax with the leadership and artistry of Robert Wilson.

With hundreds of articles, book chapters, on demand webinars, podcasts, and more available, ILA's online archive is your trusted source for leadership resources.

Éliane Ubalijoro
Work With Purpose and Compassion

In this podcast, ILA Fellow Maureen Metcalf interviews ILA Board member Éliane Ubalijoro on the question of "How Do We Live and Work With Purpose and Compassion." The ILA is proud to partner with Maureen on her global leadership podcast, which frequently appears in the top 50 business podcasts on iTunes!
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John Stuart
Book Proposal How-Tos

Ready to start your next big project? Get ready to take notes from publishing guru John Stuart, former founder of Greenleaf publishing and former senior commissioning editor for Emerald Group Publishing, as he demystifies the "7 Essential Steps to Making a Great Leadership Book Proposal."
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Jan Castro
Robert Wilson: Artist & Leader

What can artists who lead in their artistic spaces teach us about the phenomenon of leadership in general? This field note from 2018 explores the life and artistic leadership of Robert Wilson, a visual artist, director and producer of world acclaimed plays and operas, and the founder and artistic director of The Watermill Center. Read the article and watch the accompanying videos!

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