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Editorial Mark Davison Steve Onyett Co-editors Welcome to this edition of The International Journal For this reason, we want the Journal to be both of Leadership in Public Services (IJLPS). This is the rigorous in its academic submissions but permissive first edition edited by a new co-editorial team of with respect to good-quality narrative and opinion, Steve Onyett and Mark Davison. We are delighted to including those from end-users of services and the have this opportunity to join you in this developing people that support them. conversation about leadership in the public sector. The International Journal of Leadership in Public We both have a long history of delivering and Services has already published excellent articles leading public services, and have a keen sense of highlighting the ethical and values-based nature the social importance and sense of privilege that of leadership. We want to continue this tradition, such work bestows. Our different perspectives recognising that the conversation will include a combine academic, clinical, theoretical and widening range of stakeholders with differing values practical experience with downright nosiness about and opinions. We want to embrace this and the what works. lively debate and dissent it will generate. See, for We want The http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The International Journal of Leadership in Public Services Emerald Publishing

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Publisher
Emerald Publishing
Copyright
Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
ISSN
1747-9886
DOI
10.1108/17479886200900001
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Abstract

Mark Davison Steve Onyett Co-editors Welcome to this edition of The International Journal For this reason, we want the Journal to be both of Leadership in Public Services (IJLPS). This is the rigorous in its academic submissions but permissive first edition edited by a new co-editorial team of with respect to good-quality narrative and opinion, Steve Onyett and Mark Davison. We are delighted to including those from end-users of services and the have this opportunity to join you in this developing people that support them. conversation about leadership in the public sector. The International Journal of Leadership in Public We both have a long history of delivering and Services has already published excellent articles leading public services, and have a keen sense of highlighting the ethical and values-based nature the social importance and sense of privilege that of leadership. We want to continue this tradition, such work bestows. Our different perspectives recognising that the conversation will include a combine academic, clinical, theoretical and widening range of stakeholders with differing values practical experience with downright nosiness about and opinions. We want to embrace this and the what works. lively debate and dissent it will generate. See, for We want The

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The International Journal of Leadership in Public ServicesEmerald Publishing

Published: May 11, 2009

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