Servant Leadership: Theory & Practice is an open access, peer-reviewed publication of the D. Abbott Turner College of Business at Columbus State University, which is published bi-annually.
Our mission is to advance servant leadership, both as a field of academic study and as a management practice. We advance servant leadership by publishing quality empirical and theoretical work in the field as well as practitioner-centered work concerning the practical application of servant leadership principles.
Our vision is to become the first choice journal for authors and researchers of servant leadership and related fields.
Current Issue: Volume 6, Issue 1 (2019)
Servant as Leader: The Effects of Servant-Leaders on Trust, Job Satisfaction, and Turnover Intentions in Intercollegiate Athletics
Rebecca M. Achen, Regan Dodd, Angela Lumpkin, and Kris Plunkett
Fire & Emergency Services Perceptions of Servant Leadership and Job Satisfaction
Christian Lindquist Jr and Eric Russell
Exploring Servant Leadership in A Top-Down Environment
Roosevelt Mareus, Kathleen Patterson, Steve Firestone, and Bruce E. Winston
How Christian Should an Army Officer Be? The Answer may lie in Servant Leadership
Ian Quinn and Phil C. Bryant