This analysis aspires to offer informative practice on how to improve scholar-practitionership. Indicated is how the review of scholarly peer-reviewed studies is an investigative process providing context to scholarship studies and overall scholarship. Further, the scholar-practitionership application exhibits how exceptional scholarship skills improve the body of data, structure, and quality needed to investigate global issues. Scholars provide a wide-ranging analysis of phenomena to convey conceptual, theoretical, and empirical analysis of studies. Further, substantive feedback from collaborative research panels allows for substantiation and a well-developed final product. Likewise, the content of a scholarly study must align to reflect objectivity and continuity. Overwhelmingly, scholars must employ a disciplined and ethical research process to refine conceptual, empirical grey literature, and theoretical studies to provide application, transparency, and clarity.
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El-Amin, A. (2022). A Leadership and Ethical Analysis of the Scholar-Practitioner. International Journal of Responsible Leadership and Ethical Decision-Making (IJRLEDM), 4(1), 1-13. http://doi.org/10.4018/IJRLEDM.313032