Wiley “Chip” Souba joins Scott to discuss innovative approaches to teaching leadership and the idea that most of the barriers to great leadership are not external, but within.
ILA partners with ILA Fellows and members on the following:
Phronesis: Practical Wisdom for Leaders is produced in partnership with ILA Fellow and past ILA Board member Scott J. Allen and is ILA’s official podcast.
ILA Fellow Maureen Metcalf partners with ILA on a series of Global Leadership episodes within her podcast Innovating Leadership.
ILA Members Lauren Bullock and Dan Jenkins partner with ILA to feature the work of ILA members on a series of episodes within the Leadership Educator Podcast.
Niall O’Donnellan discusses his education and experience in leading teams and designing leadership education programs in Ireland as well as his work for the Irish government creating sustainable international businesses.
Sharna Fabiano, internationally recognized tango artist, discusses the leader/follower dynamic with Scott.
How do you design a Master’s of Indigenous Business Leadership that honors Indigenous practices and reflects leadership literature worldwide? Dr. Nathan Eva and Katrina Johnson share their insights.
Dr. Elena Antonacopoulou, founder and director of GNOSIS, joins Scott to discuss the act of “phronesis” and its intersection with leadership, dialogue, judgement, and action research.
ILA President & CEO Cynthia Cherrey discusses leading during a pandemic and future considerations for international leadership education.
ILA Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Keith Grint discusses his latest book Mutiny and Leadership. As Keith shares, leading a mutiny almost never goes well, so why would you do it? Why indeed!
Scott talks with Dr. Alison M. Dachner and Dr. Erin E. Makarius about the value of offboarding employees in a thoughtful, purposeful way. Organizations can plan ahead with these recommended best practices.
Scott talks with Dr. Marcy Levy Shankman and Dr. Ralph Gigliotti about their new publication, Using Inventories and Assessments to Enhance Leadership Development, Issue 170 of New Directions for Student Leadership. Topics include a history of assessments, assessment ethics, co-curricular tools, and more.
Scott talks with Dr. Candace Brunette-Debassige, a Mushkego Cree iskwew scholar originally from Peetabeck Treaty 9 Territory, about advancing the liberatory needs of Indigenous Peoples in Euro-Western colonial educational spaces.
Scott talks with Dr. Chellie Spiller, (hapū Matawhaiti Iwitea, Ngāti Kahungunu ki Wairoa), a professor at the University of Waikato Management School in Auckland, New Zealand. Topics range from wayfinding to Māori Business and leadership development.
Scott talks Sean Hannah, Colonel U.S. Army (Ret). Sean is an experienced senior leader, scholar, and leader development expert who consults on the building of high-performing teams. He is also the Editor in Chief of the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies.