Catherine M. Rymsha, EdD, is a lecturer at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, where she teaches courses on leadership. Catherine spent more than ten years in marketing and communication leadership roles ranging from marketing healthcare conferences to writing speeches on payment card security. She now leads learning and development for a software company.
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.
Ron joins the show to discuss his new book “Daily Leadership Development,” his lifetime achievement award and his views on the current state of leadership.
In this episode, Dan and Lauren sit down with FSU Professor Kathy Guthrie to discuss graduate-level leadership educator preparatory courses, research initiatives at FSU’s Leadership Learning Research Center, and some of the upcoming issues of New Directions for Student Leadership.
Brad Jackson is Associate Dean of Strategic Engagement at Waikato Management School in New Zealand. He also serves as Professor of Leadership and Governance. Jackson has published several books — Management Gurus and Management Fashions, Organisational Behaviour in New Zealand, Demystifying Business Celebrity, and Revitalising Leadership.
Barbara Kellerman joins the show to discuss her views on leadership education, what it takes to build highly effective leaders, and her new book Leaders Who Lust.
What do all of these have in common? Join us for a fun and engaging conversation about the intricacies of leadership learning and education. Wax on, wax off.
Margaret Heffernan joins us to discuss her new book, Uncharted, How to Navigate the Future, in which she drew on a wide array of people and places to look at long-term projects developed over generations that could never have planned for the way that they have been run.
“If we are going to achieve freedom we’ve got to engage in action programs to make that freedom possible. Let nobody fool you about this. Freedom is never voluntarily given to the oppressed by the oppressor.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.
What’s hot in the world of teams? Remote work. Virtual leadership. Teaming from a distance. David Burkus’ new book Leading From Anywhere explores critical insights about doing this work well.
How can you work to be a better leader every day of 2021? My guest gives us 365 steps to get you there.
Ken Accardi is the CEO of Ankota. He’s a technology executive with a broad experience base. Ken has served as CEO, CTO, CIO, VP of Business Solutions, Director of R&D, and VP of Process/Quality.
Aline Kamakian shares how she encountered the difficult decisions that many faced in the hospitality industry due to the pandemic –then dealing with the destruction of one of her restaurants during the massive explosion in Beirut, Lebanon, in August of 2020.