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What is conscious leading?

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The 16th annual meeting of the International Leadership Association (ILA), takes place in San Diego, California this week, October 30-November 2, 2014.

As the ILA Global Conference Chair Cheryl Getz states in their program, “From global warming, poverty, intolerance, and insidious violence, the news over the last year has been flooded with painful images of people suffering in our own communities and around the world. We – as leaders aCapture2nd learners – reflect, question, study, and often respond with the hope that our work will leave a lasting impact and improve the conditions of the world. Know that, as Albert Einstein succinctly and wisely said, “No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it,” the theme of this year’s global conference, “Conscious Leading for Global Change: Emergence of our Collective Realities” encourages the ILA community to explore together how we can raise our consciousness to address these vexing problems.”

You are able to follow the conference on Twitter @ILAsandiego, Facebook and LinkedIn (International Leadership Association) and view the program. If attending the conference, please make plans to stop by the booth and see us.

To celebrate the ILA conference, we’re also pleased to offer free access to research from top scholars in the field. Just click to read articles related to conscious leading.

Visit SAGE Leadership Solutions for texts and other resources.

For more related research, you can also follow us this week on Twitter @SAGEManagement.

 

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