As set out in the constitution of Integral Leadership Institute, a Management Committee oversees the operation of the institute, administers its activities, manages its funds and makes strategic decisions. The Integral Leadership Institute has yearly audits of its financial operations and also meets strict reporting requirements to maintain its Deductible Gift Status (DGS)
Dr. Ron Cacioppe, Chairperson
Ron is the Managing Director of Integral Development and a Senior Consultant. He holds a BSc., an MBA and a PhD, which he completed using Ken Wilber’s theories and concepts and applying them to leadership and organisations.
Ron has taught in the Graduate School of Management at Macquarie University, Curtin University and the University of Western Australia and currently teaches at the MBA level in the areas of Leadership Effectiveness, Leading and Facilitating Teams, Managing Strategic Change and Philosophy and Leadership. Ron was the Professor of Leadership at the Australian Institute of Management and has been a leadership and organisational development consultant for over thirty years working with business, government and not-for-profit organisations in Australia, Asia and the United States.
Ron is widely published in leadership and management journals with articles on creating an inspirited workplace, driving organisational success, using 360 degree feedback to develop leadership and management skills, transforming organisational culture, and has co-authored a university text book on organisational behaviour. Ron’s most recent publication is a book entitled Meditation: Bringing Serenity to a Busy Life.
Ron has taught the Living Philosophy course for the Integral Leadership Institute for the past ten years. He has been involved with meditation, yoga and the study of eastern and western philosophy. His PhD was concerned with the application of Eastern and Western modes and levels of consciousness to organisation development, quality of work experience and leadership styles. Ron is also one of the founding members of the Zen Group of Western Australia.
Nigel Jones, Chairman
Nigel is the Institute's Chairman and has 30 years commerical experience at both board and senior leadership level. He has travelled extensively, worked in Australia and Europe and has industry experience in mining, insurance, health, consulting and financial services.
During an extensive executive career Nigel has developed expertise in leadership, strategy, governance, finance, IT, regulatory compliance and change management. His qualifications include a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Tasmania, a Diploma in Corporate Management and a Company Directors Course Diploma.
He is a CPA, a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries.
Michael Fox, Management Committee Member
Michael is a member of the Institute's Management Committee and also a member of its Research Committee. He has a long history of involvement with not-for-profit organisations pursuing values-based goals and is currently the Chairperson of Children’s Services Support Unit (CSSU), a not-for-profit organisation which assists communities who are experiencing difficulties in providing quality child care to maintain and grow their facilities.
Michael also has a long-held interest in the area of integrating spirituality into the workplace. He holds a Master of Pastoral Studies from Loyola University in Chicago which included studies in spirituality, psychology and organisational change. He has a BPsych from Edith Cowan University as well as a BA and a BSc from the University of Western Australia and a DipT from Victoria, and is a registered psychologist.Michael has lectured in Theology at Edith Cowan and Murdoch Universities and in the management stream for the business schools at the University of Western Australia and at Murdoch University.
This background has led Michael to take on a teaching and tutoring role with the Integral Leadership Institute's Living Philosophy program which runs for three, 10-week terms a year. Michael finds that this role enriches his own practice and provides a stimulus for participants to engage in practices of being in the moment and meditation as well as the study of philosophers ancient and post-modern.
As a consultant with Integral Development Michael feels a strong affinity with the consultancy’s strong embracing of Integral theory and practice. He has conducted organisational surveys for a range of organisations across Australia and overseas and has been involved in other areas such as leadership development, strategic planning and facilitating reviews and organisational change processes.
Become a member of the Management Committee
The Integral Leadership Institute Management Committee is the governing body of the Institute and meets four times a year and at other times when required. If you are interested in becoming a member of the Management Committee please email Ron Cacioppe - email@example.com.