Proceedings from our various conferences provide valuable resources regarding leadership issues. A key factor in advancing the field of leadership and improving the leadership skills of professionals worldwide, is the timely dissemination of relevant and innovative research. All of our publications are designed to stimulate scholarly debate as both secular and biblical principles are integrated to advance the field of leadership. To that end, the School of Business & Leadership publishes the following proceedings of conferences, symposia and workshops.
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Annual Virtual Conference on Moral Leadership
The Annual Virtual Conference on Moral Leadership is designed to explore the moral dimensions of organizational leadership and to promote and foster new research in this field. This conference is hosted by the Regent University School of Business & Leadership in partnership with St. Augustine College in South Africa, the Methodist Theological University in South Korea and the Høyskolen for Ledelse og Teologi in Norway.
Annual Roundtables of Contemporary Research & Practice
The focus of the roundtables is to present and discuss contemporary research in the areas of global leadership and entrepreneurship. Papers are invited from disciplines in business, leadership and entrepreneurship in these six roundtables: (a) biblical perspectives in leadership, (b) human resource development, (c) entrepreneurship and global business, (d) leadership and international management, (e) consulting and strategic foresight, and (f) servant leadership.
Biblical Perspectives in Leadership Research Roundtable
The Biblical Perspectives in Leadership Research Roundtable provides a discussion and research forum for scholars, researchers, practitioners and ministers who work in leadership from a biblical perspective. Representing the multidisciplinary fields of biblical, social-science, historical and leadership studies, the Biblical Perspectives in Leadership Research Roundtable hopes to explore, engage and extend the field of knowledge and understanding of the phenomenon of leadership as found within the contexts of the Hebrew and Christian scriptures.
The Foresight Conference provides insight into a new field of strategic thinking, called foresight. Foresight complements and broadens strategic planning by emphasizing both qualitative and quantitative methods of forecasting.
Servant Leadership Research Roundtable
The Servant Leadership Research Roundtable allows researchers to engage in scholarly discussion of research streams, new models, testing of existing concepts, instrument development and validation, as well as the discussion of servant leadership case studies.
Scott Rigell, MBA '90
U.S. Representative, 2nd Congressional District of Virginia
"It will be the principles of servant leadership that I largely learned at Regent that I'll carry with me. These principles defined me as a corporate leader, and I believe they will define my political leadership."
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