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Eastern-Style Leadership and Western-Style Leadership – Contrasting and Converging National Cultures
Eastern-style leadership and western-style leadership – Contrasting and converging national cultures

In today's globalized world, leaders work increasingly in cross-cultural contexts, with teams comprising members from widely differing national backgrounds. They have differing viewpoints and behaviours, and often diverse ideas about work, careers, hierarchy and authority. Similarly, leaders are now more globally active, working in many different countries in which they have to respond to widely differing expectations. This raises significant issues regarding what counts as proper leadership activity and requires leaders to develop sensitivities towards disparate cultural backgrounds ...

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