The International Journal of Leadership in Public Services draws together the best international research and lived experiences of leadership to address current issues in the delivery of public services.
This multi-disciplinary and evidence-based journal includes articles that add to understanding and implementation of leadership skills and knowledge to strengthen and improve public services. It includes quantitative and qualitative research, alongside illuminating narratives on the effective exercise of leadership.
The International Journal of Leadership in Public Services welcomes the submission of papers from academics and leaders across public services. Main papers will be considered under four headings: research; models or approaches; case studies; viewpoints; leadership journeys; and interviews.
There is no existing Journal that draws together the best of our international research and lived experience of leadership. This is the gap that The International Journal of Leadership in Public Services (IJLPS) aims to fill.
The International Journal of Leadership in Public Services is vital for everyone involved in leadership and the design and delivery of public services. It is a hugely valuable source of information and intelligence for: chief executives, directors and managers; academics, universities, colleges and business schools; UK national health service; public and private health and social care organizations; education; local authorities; local and central government; social care providers and organisations; private sector providers and emerging public/private sector collaborations; voluntary and third sector and social enterprises; the police and fire services; service users and students.
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