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Call for proposals - Journal of Occupational Health Psychology special issue on Leadership and Health/Well-being

  • 1.  Call for proposals - Journal of Occupational Health Psychology special issue on Leadership and Health/Well-being

    Posted 25 days ago

    Dear Entrepreneurship Colleagues,

    We invite you to submit proposals to the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology special issue on Leadership and Health/Well-being. We welcome studies of leaders at all levels of the organization from middle managers to strategic leaders such as CEOs and entrepreneurs.

    Important Dates:

    • Submit 2,000 word proposal: August 31, 2020 (Authors can submit proposals before the due date and the editorial team will aim to provide feedback a soon as possible)
    • Review of Proposals and Invitations to Authors: September 15, 2020
    • Full Manuscript Deadline: January 31, 2021

    Details: https://www.apa.org/pubs/journals/ocp/call-for-papers-leadership-health-well-being


    Guest Editors

    Ilke Inceoglu, PhDUniversity of Exeter Business School

    Kara A. Arnold, PhDMemorial University of Newfoundland

    Hannes Leroy, PhDRotterdam School of Management, University of Exeter Business School

    Jonas W. B. Lang, PhDUniversity of Ghent, University of Exeter Business School

    Ute Stephan, PhDKing's College London

     

    Purpose

    The purpose of this special issue is to publish empirical research to better understand (1) relationships between a leader's behavior and well-being and the well-being of their followers, and (2) how to develop interventions to help leaders improve their own well-being and that of their followers in organizations.

    We welcome studies of leaders at all levels of the organization from middle managers to strategic leaders such as CEOs and entrepreneurs.

    We invite submissions of empirical papers that apply rigorous methodological standards (for example, longitudinal and diary study designs, use of multisource data; temporal multilevel designs).

    We welcome the submission of intervention studies.

    The submission process will consist of an initial proposal submission (2000 words, not including references).

    Papers that focus on research design and methodological issues will be considered if these present a breakthrough or brand-new perspectives in research on leadership and health/well-being.

    Journal of Occupational Health Psychology
    Impact factor 7.365, ranked 4 out of 84 Applied Psychology journals, published by the American Psychological Association, https://www.apa.org/pubs/journals/ocp/



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    Ute Stephan
    Full Professor
    King's College London, UK

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