Esteemed colleagues, Greetings from California!
You are cordially invited to contribute a chapter to the Handbook of Global Leadership. Please see attached communique for project details and thematic schema.
The proposed Handbook of Global Leadership and Followership addresses the need for an integration of best leadership and followership theory and practice between the Global North-West (countries of Western individualistic cultures in Europe, North America, Australia and Oceana) and the Global South-East (countries of Eastern collectivistic cultures in Asia, Africa, South America, and South-East Asian and Oceana).
There seem to be a need to bring the Global North-West and the Global South-East together to address global challenges such as the climate change, global hunger and poverty, domestic and international terrorism, and domestic and global abuse of human and natural resources. In this innovative volume, we propose that the democratic leadership of the Global North-West and the human-centered followership of the Global South-East can transform the world if leadership and followership values, education, and practices are integrated.
If these themes resonate with your research, teaching, and practice, please send a chapter title and brief proposal (150 words or less) to firstname.lastname@example.org by August 31, 2020 or before. In the subject line of your email, please mention "Handbook of Global Leadership."
We especially encourage co-authored chapters, which is generally the case with handbook chapters. We also invite doctoral students to submit proposals, co-authored with their research faculty. Kindly include the complete professional affiliation of all the contributing authors of the proposed chapter (also cc'ing them in your email communication).
During September/October 2020, this book will be proposed to Springer International, the preeminent publisher of academic books in the world.
Once the book proposal is accepted, completed chapters in the APA format comprising minimum 10,000 words will be due by August 31, 2021.
----------------------------- Satinder K. Dhiman, PhD, EdD, MBA, MCOM
Associate Dean, MBA Director and Chairperson
Professor of Management, School of Business
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