This book serves as a guide to what it means and looks like to be an ally and advocate for DEIB. Divided into four sections—(a) Understanding DEIB, (b) DEIB and Education, (c) The Application and Practice DEIB/Accessibility, and (d) DEIB/Accessibility: A Community and Global Perspective— the book offers readers a roadmap toward fostering inclusivity and fairness.
Building Leadership Bridges and Women & Leadership: Research, Theory, and Practice
ILA’s book series offer the best contemporary thinking about leadership from a diverse range of scholars, educators, and practitioners working around the globe. In keeping with the mission of the ILA, the book series builds connections between how people research, enact, and experience leadership to advance leadership knowledge and practice for a better world. Check out the book’s webpages for a short description, table of contents, ordering information, and membership discounts.
All ILA members, above the student level, get a free Building Leadership Bridges book each year – member’s choice! Members also receive deep discounts on additional Building Leadership Bridges and Women & Leadership books.
A Grassroots Leadership & Arts for Social Change Primer: For Educators, Organizers, Activists & Rabble-Rousers
More than 30 activist-artist leaders discuss their work inspiring and creating the positive changes needed to meet the daunting problems facing people and planet.
This book provides cutting-edge perspectives on the impact that globalization is having on the study and practice of Global Leadership.
What does leadership in self-organized, self-governed, autonomous networks and organizations that function outside the state and the private sector look like? This book is essential reading for researchers of commons, leadership practitioners, and non-profits working towards a more ethical, equitable, and just world.
This book provides leaders and educators a road map to develop the skills in themselves and others necessary to lead and to support causes related to justice and equity.
Conflicts and violence, repression and oppression have always been part of the world. Whether conflicts can be won or not, the human cost must be addressed when building a lasting peace, and this role falls now to our future leaders and followers.
Evolving Leadership for Collective Wellbeing: Lessons for Implementing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
Editors: Seana Lowe Steffen, Jamie Rezmovits, Shanah Trevenna, and Shana Rappaport
Leadership and Power in International Development: Navigating the Intersections of Gender, Culture, Context, and Sustainability
Editors: Randal Joy Thompson and Julia Storberg-Walker
Editors: Lynne E. Devnew, Marlene Janzen Le Ber, Mariateresa Torchia, Ronald J. Burke
Global and Culturally Diverse Leaders and Leadership: New Dimensions and Challenges for Business, Education, and Society
Editors: Jean Lau Chin, Joseph E. Trimple, and Joseph E. Garcia
Editors: Aldo Boitano, H. Eric Schockman, and Raúl Lagomarsino Dutra
Editors: Susan J. Erenrich and Jon F. Wergin, Editors