Arts and Leadership Member Community
Facilitator, Museum Studies and Design Thinking Certificate Programs & Professor; PhD, Interdisciplinary Studies Program, Union Institute & University
Story Teller, Union Institute & University
The Arts and Leadership Member Community is open and inviting for all those engaged in or interested in learning more about the arts and leadership development. We hope to encourage and leverage the diversity of ideas, opinions, and experiences about the arts and leadership development.
We are global community of leadership researchers, developers, master artists, and practitioners passionate about aesthetics, arts, culture, creativity, design, equity, imagination, and innovation in leadership. We are committed to cutting edge research, practice, and leadership development methods to bring about the best leaders for the future.
Priorities and Projects
- Reaching out to ILA leaders to collaborate on integrating the arts and leadership into ILA’s programming for conferences and beyond
- Collaborating with other members in submitting proposals for arts and leadership sessions at ILA conferences
- Generating greater interest in the arts and leadership community
- Promoting and disseminating materials and resources concerning the arts and leadership
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Sample Arts and Leadership Resources
With Ian Sutherland
With Frank Barrett and Gloria Burgess (Moderator)
With Jonathan Gosling
Jill Strachan shares reflections on the group-centered, consensus leadership model employed by The Lesbian and Gay Chorus of Washington, DC.
Grassroots Leadership and the Arts for Social Change Corner editor, Susie Erenrich, invited Reggie Harris on to her radio show to discuss his role teaching people, through stories and song, about the legacy of race and racism in the United States.
Nancy Adler is an inspiring leader who has worked with managers from around the world to create synergy among cultures, rather than building walls to keep out “difference” or to hide behind fears of inefficiency and prejudice.