Special Issue "Servant Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 October 2019
Dr. Christopher S. Howard
Division of Business, Pfeiffer University, Misenheimer, NC 28109, USA
Interests: leadership formation, leadership development, servant leadership, cross-cultural team building, cross-cultural team effectiveness
Servant leadership continues to gain appreciation among leadership practitioners and researchers. Theorists, researchers, and practitioners identify the commitment of leaders focusing on and serving followers as a distinguishing feature of servant leadership practice. This core practice, along with other related servant leadership practices, is viewed not only as a helpful idea, but also as a practice that works and produces positive results in organizations. The early days of theory formation have transitioned to an increasing number of research-based studies examining the nature of servant leadership practice and its effect on followers and today’s organizations.
For this Special Issue focused on “Servant Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness”, we desire to see this line of inquiry and exploration expanded. We invite submissions that engage servant leadership in the context of diverse organizations and diverse organizational sectors. Diversity in disciplinary and methodological approaches is invited as well. We invite submissions that are purely conceptual, as well as submissions with findings grounded in either quantitative or qualitative data.
Prof. Dr. Justin Irving
Dr. Christopher S. Howard
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- servant leadership, organizational effectiveness, job satisfaction, organizational culture job performance, leadership outcomes