Our mission is to foster interconnectivity and create linkages that allow us to develop meaningful new frameworks for investigating and practicing leadership. Our aspirations are to:
Break down silos among the various approaches and disciplines in the study of leadership
Create research partnerships among scholars and practitioners around the world to propel the advancement of significant new knowledge
The Network of Leadership Scholars helps the Academy better meet the needs of its constituents of scholars and practitioners. Leadership represents a powerful social concern relative to business and nonprofit organizations, as well as to government, political, and economic issues. As a community of scholars we can bring visibility to key issues of the day, including recent world events on business and political fronts (e.g., ethical leadership, sustainability, corporate governance, public policy, the military, education, etc.).
NLS is Currently Active in Several Ways
Awards: We continue to organize a Dissertation, Rising Star, and Eminent Leadership Scholar awards. We are adding a Shing Star award this year!
AOM 2020: We are planning some exciting events for leadership scholars. It is time to think about your leadership related submissions!
Social Media: We relaunched our social media presence. Come check it out!
Call for proposals closes February 1st, 2020 – International Leadership Association 2020 Annual Global Conference
Dear Colleagues, I hope you’ll be able to join the International Leadership Association in San Francisco this November, on the edge, as we explore leadership, the ways that we lead, and what we expect from leaders and followers.The call for proposals closes in one week on February 1, 2020. Watch this special invitation video from Read more about Call for proposals closes February 1st, 2020 – International Leadership Association 2020 Annual Global Conference[…]
Idiosyncratic Deals Methodological and Theoretical Development Meeting – Submission Deadline Extended
The submission deadline has been extended to February 15, 2020 We are pleased to announce that we are hosting the first Idiosyncratic Deals Methodological and Theoretical Development Meeting at the University of Edinburgh Business School on 21st & 22nd of July 2020. Please see attachment and the following link for additional details. https://www.business-school.ed.ac.uk/event/idiosyncratic-deals-meeting
Kevin B Lowe, Incoming Yearly Review EditorUniversity of Sydney Business School ______________________________________________________ The Leadership Quarterly seeks proposals for the 2022 LQYR; historically, these articles are high-impact and important contributions to the success of the journal. Eligible topics are broadly defined to include theory, research, and practice in the field of leadership. Published manuscripts could include Read more about The Leadership Quarterly Yearly Review (LQYR) for 2022[…]
Theme: Leadership and ContextDate: 6-9 May 2020Location: Mykonos, Greece For more details, visit https://osofficer.wixsite.com/leadership-symposium
We are pleased to announce that we are hosting the first Idiosyncratic Deals Methodological and Theoretical Development Meeting at the University of Edinburgh Business School on 21st & 22nd of July 2020. Please see attachment and the following link for additional details. https://www.business-school.ed.ac.uk/event/idiosyncratic-deals-meeting
Attention leadership scholars! You are invited to submit a brief research proposal to participate in the following AOM session: Improving Leadership Research: Mentoring to Develop Proposals into High Quality Publications Saturday Aug 10, 2019 @ 1:45PM-3:45PM Sheraton Boston Hotel – Fairfax AB This Academy of Management PDW provides students and junior faculty the opportunity to Read more about Improving Leadership Research: Mentoring to Develop Proposals into High Quality Publications[…]
Call for Paper Proposals: AOM PDW: Investigating Affect in Organizational Interpersonal Relationships
AOM Submission: #12052 PDW Session Day/Time/Location: Friday, August 9, 2019 | 10:45 AM – 12:45 PM | Location: Sheraton Boston Hotel Co-chairs: Herman H. M. Tse, Monash U and Ashlea C. Troth, Griffith U. Presenters: Herman H. M. Tse, Monash U; Ashlea C. Troth, Griffith U; Neal M. Ashkanasy, U of Queensland; Robert C. Liden, Read more about Call for Paper Proposals: AOM PDW: Investigating Affect in Organizational Interpersonal Relationships[…]
Human Performance Call for Papers: Psychometric Development and Evaluation of Measures in the Organizational Sciences
Human Performance Call for Papers: Psychometric Development and Evaluation of Measures in the Organizational Sciences Submission Deadline: June 30th, 2019 “Measuring things better advances everything that we do” (Cecil Reynolds, April 2018) In the organizational sciences, as in all of the sciences, the quality of our research is often dependent on the quality of the measures Read more about Human Performance Call for Papers: Psychometric Development and Evaluation of Measures in the Organizational Sciences[…]
Michael A. Hogg, S. Alexander Haslam, David E. Rast III, Niklas K. Steffens, Amber M. Gaffney Deadline extended to: January 31, 2020! At the very end of the 1990s a number of social psychologists started to draw on and extend social identity theorizing to understand leadership as a social influence process grounded in a sense Read more about LQ Call for Papers: Special issue on Social Identity and Leadership[…]