April-June Volume 17, Number 1, 2017

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  • Leadership Quote
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  • Cover
  • Leading Comments
  • Notes from the Field
  • Integral Publishers' Bookshelf
  • Fresh Perspective
  • Leadership Coaching Tips
  • Emerging Scholars
  • Feature Articles

Aleksandr Drobiazko “Only the whole makes sense” – G.W.F. Hegel As it has been pointed out by Ken Wilber in his work “Introduction to Integral Theory and Practice”, over the last…

Notes from the Field

4/22 – Proactive emotional management through the integral perspective

Galina Svirina (Susloparova), Ph.D. What can be more important than harmony in personal and working relationships? Yet, it seems that this area of our life tends to be challenging, even…

Integral Publishers' Bookshelf

4/22 – Jeannie Carlisle with Marilyn Hamilton: Integral City, Inquiry & Action

ILR’s Jeannie Carlisle interviews Marilyn Hamilton, author of the new work, Integral City Inquiry & Action: Designing Impact for the Human Hive JC: Hello Marilyn, and welcome! In a few…


Lauren Tenney In this interview with Diane Musho Hamilton, we explore the territory of emotional maturity, and how it underpins and amplifies our efficacy and contribution to the world. Diane Musho Hamilton is…

Leadership Coaching Tips

4/22 – Don’t make vertical growth your biggest completion project

Rob McNamara & Lauren Tenney Adulthood is often marked by the drive toward “completion projects”—those big endeavors that compel us, often in unseen ways, and define the horizon of who we…


Todd Hatley Introduction While there’s uncertainty regarding the success rate of organizational change and improvement efforts, many reports show failure rates of 60-70%. Decker and his colleagues (2012) suggest that…


Sue L.T. McGregor The focus of this paper was transdisciplinary collaboration and what is being said in the literature about the challenges of this aspect of transdisciplinarity work. A conceptual…


Otto Laske If a simple epigram could sum up what is essential to thinking dialectically it should be that it is the art of thinking the coincidence of distinctions and…


 Otto Laske Part II: Dialoging Tools of Dialectic Using a Short Table of Thought Forms The reader now realizes that in order to understand the world around it, the thinking…


Otto Laske   Part III: Teaching Programs for, and Applications of, Dialogical Dialectic How to Develop a Teaching Program for Dialectical Thinking Teaching dialectical thinking in a world dominated by…