CD-ROM of ILA 2008 Conference Proceedings, "Global Leadership: Portraits of the Past, Visions for the Future"
Did you miss the 2008 conference in Los Angeles, California? Take a virtual dive into the conference proceedings using this CD-ROM. Highlights from the CD include: more than 210 resources generated from the conference, including full-text papers, power point presentations, handouts, etc; more than 500 photos taken during the conference; podcasts for 38 select sessions from the conference also available in the CD-ROM;
This CD-ROM is currently sold out!
This year's CD-ROM was made possible due to the generous support of sponsors. The ILA is grateful for their sponsorship of this unique and useful publication.
- Texas Christian University - Leadership Center
- Union Institute and University
- University of British Columbia
INSEAD is one of the world's leading and largest graduate business schools which brings together people, cultures and ideas from around the world to change lives and transform organizations. This worldly perspective and cultural diversity are reflected in all aspects of our research and teaching. In the course of a year, across the school's two campuses in Asia (Singapore) and Europe (France) and our two centers in the Middle East (Israel and Abu Dhabi), 137 renowned faculty members from 32 countries inspire more than 1,000 degree participants – MBA, Executive MBA and PhD – and more than 9,500 executives from the world's leading companies. Across this comprehensive range of programs, our participants are drawn from more than 100 countries and represent all continents.
Manfred F. R. Kets De Vries is a Clinical Professor of Leadership Development who holds the Raoul de Vitry d'Avaucourt Chair of Leadership Development at INSEAD in Fontainebleau. He is the Director of INSEAD Global Leadership Centre (IGLC) and is also a consultant on organizational design/transformation and strategic human resource management to leading U.S., Canadian, European, African, and Asian companies. As an educator and consultant he has worked in more than forty countries.
He is the author, co-author, or editor of more than thirty books and has published over 300 scientific papers as chapters in books and as articles. His books and articles have been translated into twenty languages. He is a member of seventeen editorial boards. He has been elected a Fellow of the Academy of Management.
He was presented the Lifetime Achievement Award in the 2008 ILA Annual Conference.
Agata Halczewska-Figuet is the Executive Director in the INSEAD Global Leadership Centre, and Executive Coach. She has an extensive experience of operating in various, multicultural environments, most specifically in the field of manufacturing, sales and marketing, finance and R&D. She brings to the executive coaching her "real life" experience in complex and multicultural business settings.
Agata has a business degree from a Warsaw business school, degree in literature from Catholic Institute of Paris, and a Master in Human Resources from IGS, Paris. She combines an international corporate career on senior HR level with expertise in the clinical coaching approach. Agata graduated from the Coaching and Consulting for Change program and got the INSEAD Diploma of Clinical Organizational Psychology. She is experienced of 360° instruments and has an extensive experience of coaching and HR consulting.
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- INSEAD's Executive Education Leadership 2009/2010 (pdf);
- INSEAD's Executive Education Top Management 2008/2009 (pdf);
- Kets de Vries' "Reflections on Character and Leadership" (pdf);
- Flyer of Manfred Kets de Vries' "Family Business on the Couch" (pdf);
- Faculty & Research Working Paper - 360-degree Feedback Instruments: An Overview (pdf);
- Faculty & Research Working Paper - Development and Application of the Leadership Archetype Questionnaire (pdf);
- Faculty & Research Working Paper - Leadership Coaching and Organizational Transformation: Effectiveness in a World of Paradoxes (pdf);
- Faculty & Research Working Paper - The Proof is in the Pudding: An Integrative, Psychodynamic Approach to Evaluating a Leadership Development Program (pdf);
- IGLC's recent publications (pdf); and
- COL 2009 Application Form (pdf).
Christian University - Leadership Center
In 1933, the Division of Student Affairs at Texas Christian University created the TCU Leadership Center in order to expand its commitment to leadership development and community engagement. The key to the Center's success is its interdisciplinary approach - bringing student of all majors together with faculty and community members to explore leadership and social change on a local, national, and global level. Today, the TCU Leadership Center serves as TCU's premier resource for leadership development, serving thousands of students, faculty ,staff, and community members with skills-based, interactive training and resources that ensure thorough exposure to contemporary leadership topics and theories.
Mission: To prepare individuals to bring about positive, lasting change.
Vision: To be a nationally and internationally recognized interdisciplinary center committed to empowering individuals to make a positive impact in the lives of others.
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Institute and University (Silver Sponsor)
Union Institute and University actively seeks to identify and reach those underserved by higher education and provide them with world class educational opportunities and services. UI&U is among the largest doctoral degree producing universities in the region. Its low-residency, cohort-based masters and doctoral programs focus on interdisciplinary, social relevance, leadership, critical thinking, and diversity – and are aligned with the university's mission to engage, enlighten, and empower adults. Join a cohort of learners, faculty, and experts while balancing high quality academics with career, family, and community commitments.
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of British Columbia (Bronze Sponsor)
The University of British Columbia is celebrating the centenary of the granting of its charter in 1908. In the past 100 years, UBC has grown into one of Canada's finest universities. Measured by any criterion-the intellectual caliber of its students, the quality of faculty teaching and research, the professionalism of its staff-UBC is an outstanding university, and plays a vital role in the cultural, social, and economic development of the region and Canada. In recent years UBC has seen dramatic changes. Enrolment has grown from 31,000 students in 1995-96 to more than 45,000 today, with a corresponding expansion of UBC Vancouver's academic core, including new buildings dedicated to science and engineering, forestry, the health sciences, and the library. The growth of UBC has extended beyond the gates of main campus to the opening of three additional campuses: UBC Okanagan, UBC Robson Square, and UBC Great Northern Way, each offering unique communities of learning and research. UBC has much to offer and underlying this wealth of offerings is the belief in several vital principles that in one way or another inform all aspects of learning and research at UBC: active engagement in civil society, the pursuit of sustainability in its social as well as its environmental forms, and commitment to global citizenship.
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Global Experiences at UBC (pdf);
UBC Advertisement (pdf).