Advances in Global Leadership Vol: 10

Joyce S. Osland
San Jose State University, USA

Mark E. Mendenhall
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, USA

Ming Li
University of Hull, UK


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Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781787146990
Published:
14 Jul 2017
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
288 pages - 152 x 229mm
Series:
Advances in Global Leadership

Volume 10 of Advances in Global Leadership continues to advance both global leadership research and practice by bridging and integrating conceptual and practitioner perspectives to provide a deeper understanding of this rapidly growing field of study. This volume contains both innovative foundational research on global leadership processes and new models to advance theoretical work. The 'Practitioner's Corner' section of the volume contains lessons from three experts with decades of experience in developing global leaders from both business and non-profits. This volume also provides detailed descriptions of ground-breaking university global leadership development programs. As always, the editors conclude the volume with an overview of the current state of the field and a summary of the key research needs and directions to guide future scholarship.

INTRODUCTION: NEW ADVANCES IN GLOBAL LEADERSHIP – Joyce S. Osland, Mark E. Mendenhall and Ming Li 
PART I 
EMPIRICAL FINDINGS AND THEORETICAL PROPOSITIONS  
THE NATURE OF GLOBAL LEADERS’ WORK – Tina Huesing and James Ludema  
CASE STUDIES OF GLOBAL LEADERSHIP: EXPERT COGNITION IN THE DOMAIN OF LARGE-SCALE GLOBAL CHANGE – Joyce S. Osland, Michael Ehret, and Lisa Ruiz 
CONNECTING ACROSS CULTURES: AN EMPIRICAL EXAMINATION OF MULTICULTURAL INDIVIDUALS AS GLOBAL LEADERS – Farah Shakir and Yih-teen Lee  
DEVELOPING GLOBAL LEADERSHIP COMPETENCIES: A PROCESS MODEL – Mark E. Mendenhall, Todd Weber, Audur A. Arnardottir, and Gary R. Oddou 
PART II 
The Practitioner’s Corner 
GLOBAL NONPROFITS: LEADERSHIP ENSEMBLES HARNESS VALUE IN DIVERSITY – Claudy Jules  
REFLECTIONS ON GLOBAL LEADERSHIP ACROSS 30 YEARS AND 10,000 EXECUTIVES – J. Stewart Black Self-Acceptance and Community Transcendence: Reflections on Global Leadership from an Irrepressible Scholar-Teacher – Martha Maznevski  
TRANSLATING THEORY INTO PRACTICE: DEVELOPING GLOBAL LEADERS THROUGH UNDERGRADUATE EXPERIENTIAL EDUCATION – Henry Lane, Allan Bird, and Nicholas Athanassiou  
THE GLOBAL LEADERSHIP ADVANCEMENT CENTER – Joyce S. Osland, Linda Dunn-Jensen, Kyoung-Ah Nam, and Pamela Wells 
Conclusion 
PATTERNS, THEMES, AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS FOR ADVANCING GLOBAL LEADERSHIP – Joyce S. Osland, Mark E. Mendenhall and Ming Li
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