The mission of the Journal of Advanced Research in Leadership (JARL) is to publish leadership research and theoretical contributions that bridge the gap between scholarship and practice and that exemplify critical inquiry into contemporary organizational issues and paradigms.
The JARL seeks contributions from various disciplinary perspectives, including psychology broadly defined (i.e., industrial-organizational, social, evolutionary, biological, differential), management (i.e., organizational behavior, strategy, organizational theory), political science, sociology, economics (i.e., personnel, behavioral, labor), anthropology, history, and methodology. Equally desirable are contributions from multidisciplinary perspectives.
The JARL is intended to be the journal for publishing articles reporting the results of research on the issues of leadership in varied organizations. In addition, the JARL invites the studies of the relationship of leaders and followers, traits of leadership, organizational performance in varied environments. Topics include (but are not limited to) the following:

  • Approaches of leadership
  • Coaching and leadership
  • Cross-culture and leadership
  • Cultural leadership
  • Development of leaders and leadership
  • Ethics and Leadership
  • Gender and leadership
  • Governance
  • Leadership and organizational performance
  • Leadership and Innovation (Knowledge Management)
  • Leading Change
  • Leadership in modern organizations
  • Leadership in public organizations
  • Leadership in sport
  • Leadership in Teams
  • Methodology of research in studies of leadership
  • Mindfulness and Leadership
  • Politic and Leadership
  • Relation of leaders and followers
  • Spirituality and leadership
  • Succession in leadership
  • Top Management and Performance
  • Traits of leadership