International Journal of Public Leadership: Volume 13 Issue 3


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NGOs and challenges confronted in the implementation of active labour market policies: The case of Finland and Sweden

Thomas Babila Sama

The purpose of this paper is to find the challenges confronted by NGOs in the implementation of the active labour market policies of Finland and Sweden, and how the challenges…

Understanding and addressing Islamophobia in organizational settings: Leading with moral courage

Leslie E. Sekerka, Marianne Marar Yacobian

The purpose of this paper is to call to public leaders to exercise moral courage in choosing to understand and address phobic biases and prejudicial attitudes toward Muslims in…

A capability framework to develop leadership for evidence-informed therapies in publicly-funded mental health services

Geoffrey Lau, Pamela Meredith, Sally Bennett, David Crompton, Frances Dark

It is difficult to replicate evidence-informed models of psychosocial and assertive care interventions in non-research settings, and means to determine workforce capability for…

Leadership competencies: qualitative insight into non-profit sport organisations

Majd Megheirkouni

The purpose of this paper is to explore the competencies of leadership used and the reasons behind their use in an attempt to understand the nature of leadership competencies in…


“Corps” leadership: a cadet perspective on shared leadership

Ira H. Martin, Trevor Prophet, Christopher Owens, JennyMae Martin, Gabe Plummer

The purpose of this paper is to enhance understanding of shared leadership in a military academy setting.

A case against transformational leadership: Empirical examples from political history of South Asia

Nadeem Yousaf

Transformational and transactional leadership have become a fascinating issue for research since the work of Burns (1978) and Bass (1990). The purpose of this paper is to evaluate…

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