Journal of Leadership Studies Magazine



The Journal of Leadership Studies Magazine specifically publishes reviews on leadership and organizational skills. There is a lot to digest when it comes to leadership and becoming an excellent role model. Outside the box ideas and practices are introduced and tested. Theory and philosophy is a major component of Journal of Leadership Studies Magazine.

Expertise from social scientists is presented in an easy to read format that is undeniably fun to read. Learning how to better yourself as a leader and a person is one of the best things to read.  The reviews are from peers, giving real life examples and feedback from the followers of powerful leaders. Outside the box of scholarly tips, it adds unique advise and effective strategies.

Leadership is a key aspect in many parts of life. Without a leader, nothing important gets accomplished. The many components of becoming and maintaining the role of a great leader is something that everyone should have a firm grasp of. Journal of Leadership Studies Magazine incorporates information from….

  • Businesses
  • Non-Profit Organizations
  • Government Entities
  • Education Care
  • Health Care
  • Etc..

All those contributions have a central focus point of leadership theory. Expand your practices and go above and beyond the expectations.

All of the content found within the journal is edited by professionals that know what they are talking about when it comes to being a leader.

The Journal of Leadership Studies is supported by the School of Advanced Studies at the University of Phoenix. This publication has won a number of recognitions and awards one being the APEX Awards of Excellence in the magazine/journal section.

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Jeremy Moreland:

Jeremy Moreland currently works as the editor-in-chief and the founding editor of the Journal of Leadership Studies Publication and has been in these positions for 9 years. He is also the academic dean and the executive director of the School of Advanced Studies at the University of Phoenix. He went to Texas Christian University to earn his Ph.D. is General Experimental Psychology.

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