Omicron Delta Kappa produces a number of communications pieces which are specifically focused on topics of leadership and providing profiles of leaders. The Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa, our organization’s magazine, is published three times a year. Leading Today. Leading Tomorrow. comes out once a month containing links to articles that are primarily targeted for young leaders. The ODK Newsroom also has information about emerging leadership trends and announcements about upcoming opportunities.
ODK maintains a library of books authored by members of our organization. A special collection is the Leadership Library. The books in this collection focus on philosophies and styles of leadership and leadership development programming and strategies.
Below are descriptions and links to a variety of journals and blogs focused on leadership.
The Journal of Leadership Education is committed to advancing leadership education. Published in association with the Association of Leadership Educators, it fosters a dialogue focused on the practice of leadership education.
Published in affiliation with the ILA, The Leadership Quarterly is an international journal of political, social, and behavioral science. It focuses on leadership for scholars, managers, and even faculty members who teach leadership. It publishes leadership research and applications in a timely manner.
Based at Christopher Newport University, this peer-reviewed leadership studies journal publishes articles by CNU students and other students across the United States.
The Open Journal of Leadership is an open access quarterly journal. It aims to provide a platform for the sharing and discussion of theories and practice of leadership and the achievements of world leaders. It publishes peer-reviewed articles in numerous fields of leadership.
Leadership Excellence Essentials, published by HR.com, presents solutions from the world’s top leaders on navigating leadership challenges.
Dan Rockwell is “freakishly interested in leadership”. His blog began in 2010, has been one of the top socially-shared leadership blogs since 2012, and is now read in nearly every country, with over a quarter million subscribers.
Wally Bock believes leadership is an “apprentice trade”. His blog is centered on one principle – study what top leaders do, do it, and become a top leader too. Each week he posts leadership readings and mini-case studies of “individual leaders in their natural habitat”.
Susan Mazza’s blog was inspired by a note found after her father’s passing. She took to the practice of committing random acts of kindness and began to wonder whether committing acts of leadership could be just as simple. She writes about the connection between good deeds and good leadership.