Advances in Global Leadership

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William H. Mobley, Ying Wang, Ming Li
Emerald Group Publishing, Nov 1, 2008 - Political Science - 383 pages
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Presents papers by academics, practitioners and consultants who are engaged in global leadership, from multiple perspectives. This title includes chapters on: personality, leadership and globalization; the roles of international experience, experiential learning, and cultural intelligence in developing global leaders; and, ethical leadership.
 

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Contents

A leopard in uncharted deep woods
1
Linking Personality to Global Organizational Effectiveness
11
Differences in patterns of potential across eleven European countries as a function of gender and managerial experience
35
Implications for international leadership research and practice
65
The role of error management in global leadership
93
Chapter 5 Culture corruption and the endorsement of ethical leadership
113
Chapter 6 Developing balanced leadership team An ultimate challenge in global companies succeeding in a hypercompetitive global economy
145
Chapter 7 The Meaning and Importance of Leadership in Strategic Alliances
159
The role of international experience and cultural intelligence
225
Chapter 10 An examination of the role of experiential learning in the development of cultural intelligence in global leaders
251
Chapter 11 Leadership assessment and development in the midEast
273
Chapter 12 Assumptions in Korean organizations and their implications in a crosscultural setting
297
Conceptualization and measurement
321
Chapter 14 Conclusions
345
About the editors
357
About the contributors
359

Chapter 8 An integrated framework for assessing coaching and developing global leaders
195

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