Kravis De-Roulet Conference
Kravis De-Roulet is our largest conference of the year: bringing together hundreds of leadership researchers and professionals from all of the world.
- Interactive Learning: Join Researchers, practitioners, faculty, students, and other stakeholders to explore cutting-edge theory, research, practice, and experience on the pivotal role of leadership in fostering inclusion in diverse organization and societies.
- Inter-Disciplinary & Experiential Approaches to Inclusion
- We will span across disciplinary boundaries and micro to macro perspectives with a conference format combining presentation, dialogue, and ample opportunities for engagement to co-create a multi-faceted understanding of leadership for inclusion.
- Distinguished Speakers
- Speakers include distinguished academics and practitioners in leadership, psychology, business & management, organizational behavior, civic engagement, and diversity and inclusion.
- Research Publication
- At the end of the conference, all the leadership researchers get together to write a book on the findings and developments made through the conference. Click here to discover all the books that have come out of this conference →
Articles from KDR 2017:
Why We Need Civil Discourse?
Carolyn Lukensmyer talks about inclusion and diversity in the context of politics. How is the decline in civil discourse destroying our democracy, and what can we do to save it during these divided times?
Deborah Meehan, founder and executive director of the Leadership Learning Community , explores how individualism and concepts of meritocracy permeate the ways we think about leadership and inequality. How does race effect leadership and leadership potential?