Aim and Scope of the Conference

The aim of the conference is to share knowledge on the theory and practices of the broad fields of leadership and governance in a changing complex world. The scope of the conference will cover academics and practitioners in a number of sessions that have been lined up under the themes that are multidisciplinary. Authors and practitioners have a wide range of areas/topics where they can share their research and practice with conference participants. The themes listed are only a guide but are not all that exhaustive.


Submission of all abstracts / research papers is to be made through this Easy Chair link ONLY. Authors are advised to create accounts or use their existing ones to share their papers. Below are instructions on how to create a new Easy Chair account:

  1. Browse to
  2. Click the “Sign Up” button
  3. Check the “not a robot” checkbox and follow the instructions and then click “Continue”
  4. Fill out all required fields with your information and click continue
  5. You shall then be sent a confirmation email
  6. Check your email inbox and click the sent link
  7. Finally, enter your personal data and password
  8. Click “Create my account

Any questions about submissions should be addressed to

Peer Review

All papers received will be initially reviewed by the Conference Chair. At this stage any submissions that are not relevant for our Conference may be rejected without peer review. Papers that meet our stated guidelines will be externally reviewed and a decision will be taken on whether to accept or reject based on the feedback from our reviewers. The Conference will adhere to the policy of double-blind review.


All papers submitted to the Conference will be subjected to screening to detect and prevent plagiarism. Any form of plagiarism detected may automatically lead to revocation of an accepted paper and any other penalty deemed suitable by the Research Ethics Committee.

Title and Authorship Information

When submitting a manuscript, the authors should make sure that it has the following information included;

  • Title, Author(s), Author(s) Institution including emails
  • Abstract (Fewer than 250 words), Keywords (A minimum of Two)
  • Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusion (for empirical papers)
  • Figures and Tables with relevant captions and or numbering
  • References (Harvard Style of referencing)
  • Supplementary material (Acknowledgment, appendix, data set) only if appropriate