Of late there has been a shift in leadership practice from heroic and hierarchical methods to collaborative approaches that involve everyone in leadership. Joe Raelin has referred to this transformation as the creation of 'leaderful practice.' While attractive to managers in all sectors of our economy because of its full utilization of human resources, leaderful behavior doesn´t always show up. It needs to be developed, but in a way consistent with its practice. As Phil DiChiara, managing director of the Boston Consortium for Higher Education, says in his foreword to this volume, 'Hierarchical management development is unlikely to produce democratic managerial behavior.' In this compendium, Raelin, a noted authority on action learning leadership development, reprises six of his current articles that collectively address how any professional or manager can inaugurate and sustain collaborative leadership using practice-based education and development. Learning to Engage can become a guide to releasing the leadership talent in all of us.