The Study and Practice of Global Leadership
An Edited Volume in the International Leadership Association series Building Leadership Bridges, published by Emerald Group Publishing

Call for Chapter Proposals Deadline: 19 April 2019

Emerald Group Publishing Logo The International Leadership Association (ILA) invites you to submit a chapter proposal for possible inclusion in the volume, entitled The Study and Practice of Global Leadership, to be edited by Gama Perruci and published in 2020 by Emerald Group Publishing as part of a suite of three books within the Building Leadership Bridges (BLB) series focused on Global Leadership. The series is intended to capture the best contemporary thinking about leadership from a diverse range of scholars, practitioners, and educators working in the field of leadership.

Book Summary

Since the turn of the new millennium, leadership educators and scholars have paid considerable attention to the global context of the leader-follower relationship. Practitioners also see an urgent need for greater clarity in our understanding of how leadership works under globalization. This BLB book will provide educators, scholars, and practitioners with the latest concepts and resources as we seek to make sense of the tremendous impact that globalization is having on the future of leadership in an increasingly interdependent world. The book will explore the connection between globalization and the field of leadership. It will be divided into three parts: (1) The Connection between Leadership and the Global Context; (2) The Impact of Globalization on the Study of Leadership; and (3) The Impact of Globalization on the Practice of Leadership. In your proposal, please specify which of the three sections you think your chapter will most likely fit.

Submission Guidelines

Interested authors should develop a (1,000-words maximum) proposal or summary of their proposed chapter to submit initially. The deadline to submit is 19 April 2019. Preliminary acceptance (announced at the end of April 2019) will be based on these proposals. Selected authors will fully develop their submissions with input from the editor – a full manuscript will be due to the editor by the end of December 2019. Decisions will be based on the clarity of thought and writing in the proposal and the extent to which it fits the purposes of this book. Submitted chapters must be previously unpublished and must adhere to the following specifications:

All submissions must meet these guidelines. If guidelines are not met, submission may be excluded from consideration. Send submissions electronically as a WORD DOCUMENT (do not send a PDF!) to ILA c/o Megan Scribner at blbsubmissions@gmail.com by April 19, 2019. The subject line of your email should be: Proposal - The Study and Practice of Global Leadership.

Notifications

Proposals will be reviewed in April and preliminary acceptances will be sent out by the end of April. If you do not hear back from ILA by 6 May 2019 regarding your submitted abstract, please contact us at blbsubmissions@gmail.com.

Volume Editor

Gama PerruciGama Perruci is the Dean of the McDonough Leadership Center and McCoy Professor of Leadership Studies at Marietta College in Ohio. He also serves as a session facilitator for the Rockefeller Global Leadership Program at Dartmouth College's Rockefeller Center for Public Policy. He is the author of Global Leadership: A Transnational Perspective (Routledge, 2018) and Understanding Leadership: An Arts and Humanities Perspective (Routledge, 2015; co-authored with Robert McManus). Aside from his teaching, research and administrative duties, Perruci also serves as a consultant for The New York Times, focusing on the newspaper's educational programming for leadership and business students. He is also a former chair of the International Leadership Association, Inc. (ILA) Board of Directors. Perruci served as a member of the National Selection Committee (America's Best Leaders Project) convened by Harvard Kennedy School's Center for Public Leadership in collaboration with the weekly magazine, U.S. News & World Report.

About Building Leadership Bridges

Each year the International Leadership Association publishes one or more books that capture the best contemporary thinking about leadership from a diverse range of scholars, practitioners, and educators working in the field of leadership. In keeping with the mission of the ILA, the series seeks to publish work at the nexus of theory and practice that advances leadership knowledge and practice for a better world. The series is published by Emerald Group Publishing. As a member benefit, ILA purchases and distributes books from the series to association members. View a list of past volumes: http://www.ila-net.org/BLB.

About the International Leadership Association

The world has a deep and pressing need for leadership. It is what inspires and enables humanity to face the challenges in a complex, diverse, and ever-changing world. The ILA is committed to advancing leadership knowledge and practice by creating a trusted space for leadership learning across boundaries and providing a trusted source of leadership resources for our members, partners, and the public. The ILA was created in 1999 to bring together professionals with a keen interest in the study, practice, and teaching of leadership. Today, ILA is the largest worldwide community committed to leadership scholarship, development, and practice. We accomplish our mission through the synergy that occurs by bringing together our members and partners; collectively having a multiplier impact on leadership and change. For twenty years the ILA has convened extraordinary talent across sectors, cultures, disciplines, and generations. Our members and partners are at the forefront, inspiring new thinking and shaping the greater good of individuals and communities worldwide.