International Journal of Public Leadership: Volume 20 Issue 1


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Enabling social change: a case study of complex adaptive leadership within an informal settlement in Iran

Keyhan Shams, Mehrnegar Barahouei, Kerry L. Priest

This paper introduces a conceptual lens for leading social change in slums and informal settlements. In line with this aim, the purpose of this case study is to describe the…

Empowering leadership and employee well-being: the role of psychological empowerment and time pressure

Toan Khanh Tran Pham

Little research has focused on empowering leadership (EL) in the context of public organizations. Thus, this study aims to explore the relationship between EL and public…

Interrogating the practice of integrity in Tanzania public service

Josephine Ackim, Rogers Rugeiyamu, Adam Msendo

Deterioration of integrity is featured in public service across the globe, including Tanzania. Local government authorities (LGAs) are among the areas where such practices have…

Feasibility in embedding charismatic leadership strategies into social work applications

Lana Grinev

The purpose of this paper is to determine whether charismatic leadership strategies can be successfully implemented within structures, systems and tasks for social workers to…

Competencies of the public servant and their impacts: a study in Brazil

Emerson Wagner Mainardes, Eduardo Henrique Brandão Nogueira, Talles Vianna Brugni

The authors aimed to investigate whether the competencies of public servants (self-competence, teamwork competence, change competence, communication competence (CC) and ethical…

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