Leadership and Organizational Behavior Journal
  Leadership and Organizational Behavior Journal
  Published by: Hailey College of Commerce
  ISSN- (Print): 2789-682X
(online): 2790-198X
Frequency: bi-annual  

About the Journal

About the Journal

The Leadership and Organizational Behavior Journal (LOBJ) is an open-access, bi-annual peer-reviewed journal. LOBJ provides an outlook of research advancements and understandings in the field of all aspects of organizational behavior (OB) and leadership in organizations. LOBJ is interested in all investigations about the impact that individuals, groups, and structures have on behavior within organizations. LOBJ also wishes to go beyond this core competency to understand interesting behaviors that may be relevant to organizations and behaviors that are central to the task of organizing. LOBJ is equally interested in applying all such knowledge on OB and leadership to improve an organization’s effectiveness.

 The journal accepts both conceptual and empirical papers, which may include case studies and book reviews in the relevant field. The primary goal of LOBJ is to disseminate research to various stockholders: academicians, practitioners, policymakers, educationists, intellectuals, and all those who can benefit from it. It aims to include papers from all over the world without any discrimination.

Papers that can be applied at any level benefit organizations, society, and humanity at large and provide actionable solutions to the prevailing and anticipated problems will be preferred.

Note: LOBJ does not charge any Publication Fee.

Scope of the Journal
LOBJ is focused on all topics related to leadership and organizational behavior. The core areas under its coverage include:

  1. Leadership theories (trait-based, situational, contingency, emerging)
  2. Various leadership styles (LMX, ethical, family supportive, transformational, transactional empowering, servant, shared, abusive, despotic, etc.)
  3. Islamic perspective of leadership
  4. Contemporary leadership approaches
  5. Leadership in emerging markets
  6. Epistemological aspects of leadership research (design, methods, tools, techniques, measures, analytics, etc.)   
  7. Work attitudes and behaviors
  8. Individual level (perceptions, personality, individual differences, emotions, moods, decision-making, etc.)
  9. Group level (conflicts, negotiation, power, politics, etc.)
  10. Organizational level (structure, climate, culture, HRM, etc.)
  11. Crossover and spillover effects of work
  12. Work-life balance
  13. Family-to-work and work-to-family conflicts
  14. Motivation at work: Theories and Applications
  15. Performance management system
  16. >Any other relevant topic

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