ILA Conference

The International Leadership Association’s

12th Annual Global Conference

Oct 27-30 | Boston, MA

 
 
 
Recognized by the Washington Post as one of seven premier leadership events in 2010, the 12th Annual ILA Global Conference will forge new connections between leadership theory and practice and provide unparalleled learning and networking opportunities through 200+ state-of-the-art presentations, panel discussions, workshops, case studies, and roundtable discussions.ILA’s Global Conference features internationally acclaimed keynote speakers who personify our conference theme: Leadership 2.0: Time for Action.
   
 Howard Gardner,
Hobbs Professor of Cognition and Education, Harvard University
Leadership 2.0: Good Work in the 21st Century – An Action Plan for Mind, Body, and SpiritOne of the most recognizable names in leadership studies, Howard Gardner has for decades studied and written extensively about intelligence, creativity, leadership, and professional ethics. His recent work focuses on Good Work, enhanced learning, thinking, and creativity as well as studies of ethical issues associated with digital media.  He is a featured panelist for the Washington Post’s On Leadership, writing on leadership issues of the day.Learn more about Howard
 
 Jeff Swartz,
President & CEO, Timberland
Leadership 2.0: Action in Service to the Planet and Its CitizensJeff Swartz is the rare top executive who sees profitability and “doing good” as inextricably linked. The Timberland Company, a world-wide manufacturer and retailer of outdoors wear, may be just as heralded for its commitment to social and environmental causes and strong focus on the betterment of its employees, as its popular and profitable footwear and apparel. Learn more about Jeff
 
 Karen Armstrong,
Best-selling author, Authority on Comparative religions, 2009 TED Prize Winner
Leadership 2.0: Interfaith Leadership & Compassionate ActionKaren Armstrong is one of the most prolific thinkers on the role of religion in the modern world. Her thoughts on how faiths can shape history offer powerful lessons of interfaith leadership and the ability to lead across cultures and communities—maybe the most important duties of today’s leaders. In 2009, Karen was awarded the TED Prize for her work on the Charter for Compassion.Learn more about Karen
 
With 2,000+ members from over 70 countries, the International Leadership Association is the foremost global membership organization devoted to those who study, practice, and teach leadership. Learn more about the association. 
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