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On Leadership

An Interdisciplinary Approach

Edited by:
Denver J. Fowler, Southern Connecticut State University
Meghan B. Raehll, Franklin University


Call for Chapters

The following is a call for chapters to be included in the forthcoming book titled On Leadership: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Brief abstracts for proposed chapters in the book will be accepted until January 1, 2021. A description of the book, tentative book outline and structure, proposal and submission guidelines, and publication timeline are outlined below.

Description of Book:
In On Leadership: An Interdisciplinary Approach editors Fowler and Raehll aim to provide one of the most comprehensive books on interdisciplinary leadership approaches to date. With a goal to garner contributing authors from across the nation and around the globe, contributing authors will include individuals from an array of sectors, including Education (PK-12 & Higher Education), Business, Public and Nonprofit Organizations, Government, Military, Law Enforcement, and the Healthcare Industry. With a focus on highlighting the best practices as it applies to effective leadership in any given organization, the book will offer a much needed analysis of what it means to lead successfully in the 21st Century and far beyond. In addition to the content provided within each chapter, contributions will include case studies, validated research instruments/scales, surveys, questionnaires, and reflection questions in order to allow the reader to further reflect on the content of the book as well as on their own leadership styles and qualities. Finally, each section of the book will include an introduction, foreword, and afterword from some of the most renowned national and global experts on leadership.

Tentative Book Outline & Structure:

Title Page
Endorsements
Foreword
Preface

Table of Contents
List of Tables
List of Figures
List of Case Studies
List of Scales, Instruments, Surveys, and Questionnaires
List of Reflections

Section I – Leadership in Education (including PK-12 & Higher Education)
Introduction
Chapters
Afterword

Section II – Leadership in Business (including Public & Nonprofits)
Introduction
Chapters
Afterword

Section III – Leadership in Government (including Military & Law Enforcement)
Introduction
Chapters
Afterword

Section IV – Leadership in the Healthcare Industry
Introduction
Chapters
Afterword

Afterword
About the Editors
About the Contributors
Index

Proposal Guidelines:
Potential chapter authors should submit a 500-word chapter proposal summary via email to all editors (please see editor emails below) by January 1, 2021. Within your proposal, please include relative author information for each author including name, email, and university affiliation. In addition, please include what discipline (i.e., section) you believe your chapter would most align with as it applies to the tentative book outline and structure provided within the call (e.g., PK-12 & Higher Education, Business, Government, Healthcare Industry).

Editor emails:
fowlerd3@southernct.edu
meghan.raehll@franklin.edu

Publication Timeline:
• Release/Announce/Promote Call for Chapters with/through IAP: June 1, 2020
• Authors submit abstracts (chapter proposals) to editors: January 1, 2021
• Editors notify authors of abstracts (chapter proposals) accepted (or not accepted): February 1, 2021
• Authors submit full chapters to editors: May 1, 2021
• Editors provide feedback to authors: June 1, 2021
• Authors submit revised chapters to editors: July 1, 2021
• Editors finalize all chapters: August 1, 2021
• Targeted release of book: September 1, 2021 (Fall 2021)

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