About the Author
Lois Ruskai Melina is the lead editor and full-time faculty and chair of the Ethical and Creative Leadership concentration in the PhD program in Interdisciplinary Studies at Union Institute & University, Cincinnati, Ohio. Her research uses performance theory and narrative inquiry to explore both leadership and social movements. She holds a PhD in leadership studies from Gonzaga University.
Gloria J. Burgess is professor of leadership at Seattle University and the University of Washington. Her research includes arts and leadership, spirituality and leadership, and intercultural praxis and leadership. Her scholarship includes numerous invited keynotes, journal articles, commissioned poems, and three volumes of poetry. She is the author?of Dare to Wear Your Soul on the Outside (Jossey-Bass, 2008),?which focuses on legacy-centered leadership.
Lena Lid Falkman is a scholar at Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden. She has a Marie Curie Fellowship from the European Commission to spend 2013 at ESADE, Barcelona, Spain. Lid Falkman's interests are value-based leadership, global leadership, rhetoric, and communication.
Antonio Marturano is adjunct professor of business ethics at the Sacred Heart Catholic University of Rome, Italy. He researches and teaches on applied ethics and philosophical foundations of leadership.?Marturano has published in several international journals (such as Leadership and Philosophy of Management) and in edited collections. He has coedited with Jonathan Gosling the book Leadership: The Key Themes (2008).?Marturano is the editor in chief of the journal Leadership and the Humanities.