5 leadership traits to succeed in multi-cultural organizations

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Abstract

International leadership means interacting and communicating across national borders, adopting new habits, and evaluating and understanding unfamiliar situations and decision-making processes. Internationally successful leaders and managers know themselves and their own values, are sensitive to what is happening, and are curious about the values of others. They have a feeling for cultural nuances and know what they need to avoid doing in order not to embarrass the other party. They are also good at interacting and are focused on collaboration. The challenge for global leaders, managers and professionals lies in the development of a relationship of trust and involving others in decision-making and company development, fully recognizing that people from different countries have different qualities, expectations and convictions.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 1 Feb 2018

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