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There are five conference streams; the first four reflect calls to action included in the Asilomar Declaration and Call to Action on Women and Leadership issued in to inspire the participants at the first ILA Women and Leadership Conference and updated following the conference.
Described in detail below, the streams are: Building Solutions, Harmony, and the Greater Good We welcome especially submissions with a global perspective that report on research and practice regarding women leading the achievement of the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals SDGs referred to as the Agenda Chanda Elbert and Anne M.
Spear This stream is focused on discussions of the ways and means of leader development in girls and young women. The stream will facilitate the sharing of contemporary approaches for developing the skills and competencies that girls and young women need to serve as leaders, and that prepare them for future leader roles.
We hope for papers, panels, symposia, and workshops where presenters provide perspectives from Western and Non-Western contexts, from elementary schools, high schools and universities; from school or university-based programs, as well as those run by other organizations; and research-based as well as practice-based discussions.
Areas of interest include but are not limited to: Sherylle Tan and Carolina Darbisi The growth of leadership education and leader development programs for women has accelerated greatly, as has research and scholarship in this area.
This conference stream will facilitate the sharing of contemporary approaches to leadership education that support the development of competencies needed for women to successfully exercise leadership at local, national, and international levels.
The organizers invite data-driven proposals on innovative curricular and co-curricular leadership education programming, pedagogy, and effective processes for the development of women's leadership. We welcome submissions aimed at advancing women's leader development and education particularly in domestic, global, and international leadership contexts; submissions with an emphasis on preparing women to exercise leadership in diverse settings; and those that compare and contrast multiple approaches, courses, or programs.
Areas of particular interest include, but are not limited to: Challenges faced by leadership educators, coaches, consultants Coaching and mentoring Curriculum design and development: Janet McNellis and Misty Resendez Participants of the inaugural conference at Asilomar determined a paradigm shift is necessary to augment and bolster the gains made in leadership roles for women.
Inclusive leadership practices, based on "fit" rather than gender, were identified as critical to more effectively address women's challenges in our increasingly complex, global world.
This stream will help build an operational definition of effective leadership practices, assist women to develop a personal leader identity, and address institutional, structural, and relational barriers that will facilitate a paradigm shift to advance women in leadership.
Submissions on relational, consensus-building, inclusive leadership styles are encouraged, as are examples of collaborative, developmental practices between scholars and practitioners. We invite submissions that explore unexamined assumptions and double standards, as well as invisible barriers embedded in organizational cultures, that constrain opportunities for women.
Wendy Rowe and Mary Tabata Despite tireless work by countless numbers of women, men, and youth around the globe to create a world of equity, research continues to document a persistent gender imbalance in leadership positions and key decision-making bodies in both the public and private realm.
Additionally, to make meaningful changes, it is not merely equality in access to power that is at issue; the very nature of how — and for what — that power is used needs to be challenged. As women obtain more power and influence in leadership, how this leadership can transform power relationships based on dominance to relationships based on cooperation needs to be examined.
The purpose of this stream is to address the work being done to understand and address this imbalance. This includes advancing our understanding of the emerging and innovative ways that women in leadership positions are transforming their own lives, their relationships, and systems to reflect the value of cooperation and collaboration and to create bridges of deep understanding.
Proposals are encouraged in the three domains suggested in the United Nations' Womenwatch strategy: Equity and equality in power and decision making will likely look different in each domain, as will the strategies and tactics used to accomplish change.
Within these broad domains, proposals are appreciated that inform us of the ways women in leadership positions are pursuing the UN SDGs, in particular to change systems of inequity and inequality that are perpetuating hunger, poverty, injustice, and lack of access to quality health care, education, clean water, employment, and other basic human rights.
We recognize that the building process may start with finding harmony and balance within our own lives, extend to seeking solutions for our immediate communities, and broaden to include seeking peace for the planet.
We welcome research and examples of experiences bridging differences to find solutions; finding harmony and balance within; developing skills and methods to resolve conflicts; restoring fairness and justice in our communities; and creating constructive relationships and positive efforts for sustainable peace in the world.
Approaches to achieve personal harmony with ourselves, others, and the environment Methods for building personal harmony through best practices such as centering practices, visualization, stress management, meditation, mindfulness training, journaling, artwork, music, mind-body exercise, etc.
Papers submitted to the conference theme stream will be considered for inclusion in this Symposium. Given the new submission category of Case Study, an expert and award-winning case writer, Professor Colleen Sharen, will be assisting the Stream Co-Chairs in reviewing the Case submissions.
The seven evaluation criteria described below will be used to select the best paper. Best Case Award New this year is an award for the best conference case. The seven evaluation criteria described below will be used to select the best case. Please ensure that your ILA profile includes a valid email address and daytime phone number, and that your email system accepts messages from allacademic.
These emails will be sent directly from the CFP system, and a copy of every message sent to you by the system is available by logging in and clicking on the Message Center link in the Submitter Menu. Status notifications will be emailed to everyone by 15 January If accepted, please confirm your conference participation on or before 28 January by registering for the conference.
All attending participants listed on an accepted proposal will be emailed their presentation date, time, and room by 22 February The ILA does not pay presenters honoraria, reimburse expenses e. All presenters, co-presenters, chairs, and commentators are required to register and pay published conference fees by 28 January No audio-visual equipment will be available for the Developmental Roundtable Discussions or the Interactive Roundtable sessions.
If you require high-speed dedicated Internet access for your presentation, you will have to pay for this yourself at a cost to be determined. ILA's director of conferences, Bridget Chisholm, will assist you with the arrangements.Find this Pin and more on Women's Conference Ideas by Rhonda Smith Boyd.
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Mirror, Mirror: Perceptions, Deceptions, and Reflections in Time 9th March London, United Kingdom This conference explores how our virtual concepts and reconstructed worlds impact humanity, the arts, and nature in the age of rising anthropocentrism.