Important date:

Deadline for full papers based on accepted proposals - February 1, 2014

(Only papers that have been double blind refereed are eligible for presentation & publication in the proceedings)

View our Registration fees (to be pre-paid)


Who pays the registration fee?
Everyone attending the conference must pay the registration fee.
At least one author per paper must attend and pay the registration fee.
In special circumstances, arrangements can be made for presenting in a virtual session.

Pay online
Payment will be via PayPal Merchant Services, which accept various credit cards eg Visa, MasterCard, American Express or PayPal account payments. Having or creating a PayPal account for online credit card payments for the conference is not necessary.


Conference fees include:

  • admission to the conference
  • double-blind review process of papers
  • a 20-minute time slot to present one accepted paper at the conference plus 5 minutes for Q&A
  • a printed copy of the conference schedule
  • publication of a paper up to 10 pages long in the e-proceedings
  • electronic copy of the proceedings
  • 12-month affiliate membership of ISL.
The registration fee also covers:
  • the welcome reception & coffee breaks
  • the formal lunches on June 4 & 5
  • consideration of the paper for inclusion in ISL’s edited series of books on sustainable leadership (the books’ editors make the final decision as to whether an offer is made).

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ISL Symposium 2014
9th International Symposium
on Sustainable Leadership

Salzburg, Austria, June 3-6
UNESCO World Heritage City
Mozart's Birthplace

Join ISL at its 9th International Symposium on Sustainable Leadership, in Salzburg with its UNESCO World Heritage heart. Salzburg is also famous as the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, where much of his famous music fills the air.

Hear about the latest research and gather fresh insights into sustainable leadership practices. Network with academics, managers, practitioners, researchers and others experienced in sustainable leadership from all over the world.

Topics include:
  • new perspectives on sustainable leadership
  • applications and case studies
  • critical perspectives
  • challenges in applying sustainable practices
  • changing mindsets and behaviours
  • specific sustainable leadership practices
  • and the cultural relevance of sustainable practices.

Venue:
The Wyndham Grand (previously called the Radisson Blu), Fanny-von-Lehnert-Strasse 7, A-5020 Salzburg.
See the map below for location.
Hotel booking form (pdf)

Conference highlights:

Keynote speaker
 

Mr Fred Keller, Founder, Chair & CEO, Cascade Engineering, Grand Rapids – a trailblazer in sustainability in action.


Industry practitioner panel – interactive session where panelists discuss challenges and successes in implementing sustainable practices, and answer audience questions.

External Development Day

Visit BMW! Travel by luxury coach across the border into Germany to Bavaria’s cosmopolitan capital, Munich, and see sustainable leadership in operation at BMW.

During this full day trip, network informally with other delegates while enjoying local sights.

This day is an optional extra and involves an additional cost (€75 or €40 for students) to defray expenses.

See the full agenda and details here.


Program:

June 3 - Welcome reception from 17.30-19.00

June 4 - Presentations and workshops

June 5 - Presentations and workshops

    June 6 - External Development Day


    Read more conference information

    (Covers registration, hotel details, guidelines for abstracts, full paper manuscripts and presentations)


    Feel free to
    use our contact form to ask any questions.




    Source of photos: Tourismus Salzburg GmbH