Greensboro, NC – Experts from around the world will gather in Greensboro from June 2-4, 2014 for the Thought Forum on Network Leadership and Leadership Networks.
Organized in partnership with the University of Cincinnati, the event will host leading scholars who work at the intersection of collective leadership and network science. Over the course of three days, attendees will examine such topics as “The Science of Leadership & Networks,” and “Applications Integrating Leadership & Network Development.”
The forum will encourage peer sharing and dialogue with the goal of expanding the field. Afterward, participants will be encouraged to submit manuscripts for a special issue of Leadership Quarterly on collective and network approaches to leadership (click here to access the call for papers).
“We view the integration of these areas as the cutting edge of leadership theory, research and practice,” said Charles J. Palus, a senior faculty member at CCL and co-organizer of the conference. “We are continuing to build a community of peers who are leaders in this domain.”
Conference organizers include Kristin L. Cullen (Center for Creative Leadership), Charles J. Palus (Center for Creative Leadership), Donna Chrobot-Mason (University of Cincinnati) and Phil Willburn (Center for Creative Leadership).
Participants include Prasad Balkundi (University of Buffalo); Jay Carson (Southern Methodist University); Dorothy Carter (Georgia Institute of Technology); Natalia Castaneda (Leadership Learning Community); Leann Caudill (University of North Carolina at Charlotte); Leslie DeChurch (Georgia Institute of Technology); Shelley Dionne (Binghamton University); Tamara Friedrich (Warwick Business School); Curtis Hampton (Leidos); Nathan Hiller (Florida International University); June Holley (Network Weaver Institute); Hannes Leroy (Cornell University); Susan Lieff (University of Toronto); Cindy McCauley (Center for Creative Leadership); Kristie McHugh (Binghamton University); Michael Mumford (University of Oklahoma); Sonia Ospina (New York University); Bill Pasmore (Center for Creative Leadership); Craig Pearce (Özye?in University); Andra Serban (University of Warwick); Marissa Shuffler (Clemson University); Mary Uhl-Bien (University of Nebraska); Francis Yammarino (Binghamton University); and Stephen Zaccaro (George Mason University).