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The future of SLaM is JSLaM

We are considering the future of Spirituality, Leadership and Management. We plan to continue to be the vehicle for the journal and other online articles. We will move away from running future events. We have a rich resource of papers going back nearly 20 years.

As a not-for-profit association, we rely on members to continue. We invite you to become a financial member for 2017-2018 on the website. We have set a fee of $AU25 for 12 months. The funds are needed to maintain the website and the activities of the journal.

You may contribute an article or an academic paper (the latter is subject to peer review for publication in the journal).

Life changes, and the challenges facing society changes. But it all still calls for clear minds to understand things that need to be understood, and to say things that need to be said, providing an ethical and spiritual perspective on the challenges.

Please become a member and enable the journal to survive. We look forward to continuing to contribute the voice of spirit to the world of business and management.

For the journal, contact Claire Jankelson at For articles and comments, send to Glenn Martin at

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New issue of journal released

jnl-icon2015The latest issue of the Journal of Spirituality, Leadership and Management (JSLaM) has been released. The issue addresses the issue of mindfulness. You can read all the articles within this website. Editor-in-Chief Claire Jankelson’s editorial describes the papers and discusses the response we had to the call for papers on mindfulness. We think we have just begun the exploration of this aspect of spirituality in the work of leadership and management, and the papers in this issue will whet your appetite.

These are the papers:

Amanda Sinclair: “Possibilities, purpose and pitfalls: Insights from introducing mindfulness to leaders”

Peter McGhee and Patricia Grant: “The influence of managers’ spiritual mindfulness on ethical behaviour in organisations”

Allan Kaplan: “An MA degree in reflective social practice: Developing a social sensibility”

Follow this link to view the papers.

We have already had enquiries about submitting papers for the next issue. If you have an idea or a proposal for a paper you would like to discuss with Claire, contact her at


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