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About This Journal

Mission Statement

The mission of The Journal of Values-Based Leadership (JVBL) is to promote ethical and moral leadership and behavior by serving as a forum for ideas and the sharing of “best practices.” It serves as a resource for business and institutional leaders, educators, and students advocating values-based leadership. The JVBL defines values-based leadership to include topics involving ethics in leadership, moral considerations in business decision-making, stewardship of our natural environment, and spirituality as a source of motivation. JVBL strives to publish articles that are intellectually rigorous yet of practical use to leaders, teachers, and entrepreneurs. In this way, the JVBL serves as a high quality, double-blind peer-reviewed international journal that focuses on converging the practical, theoretical, and applicable leadership-based ideas and experiences of scholars and practitioners. The JVBL provides scholars academic perspective on leadership that support ongoing self-critique and development, teachers with a resource of pedagogical support in instructing values-based leadership to their students, and entrepreneurs with examples of conscientious decision-making to be emulated within their own business environs.

Submissions should be submitted electronically through the dedicated portal on the website home page in Word format.

Copyright and Publication Information

ISSN: 1948-0733 (online)

ISSN: 2153-019X (print)

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*The Journal of Values-Based Leadership and JVBL names and logo are proprietary trademarks. All rights reserved.

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