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Advances in Global Leadership Vol: 2

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22 Jun 2001
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
424 pages - 152 x 229 x 33mm
Advances in Global Leadership
As organizations and leadership become more global, there are pressing needs for better developed conceptual models and definitions of what is meant by global leadership. Further, there is a need to integrate models and empirical evidence from multiple cultures and from non-Western authors. 

This series will be of value to: academics doing research and teaching on subjects related to leadership, international business, organizational behavior, and international management; practitioners and consultants who are managing global leadership development processes; and to individuals engaged in global leadership.
Preface. Introduction. Introduction: International perspectives on leadership: A Leopard in the dark woods. A serendipitous sojourn through the global leadership literature. Take me to your leader. Trends, developments and gaps in cross-cultural research on leadership. Transformational and transactional leader behaviors in chinese organizations: Differential effects in the People's Republic of China and Taiwan. Leadership in China: Recent studies on relationship building. Leadership and the pursuit of status: Effects of globalization and economic transformation. Introduction: Leading international teams and alliances: Connecting the Leopard's spots at a distance. Overcoming time and distance: International virtual executive teams. Alliance leadership: Template for the future. Perceptual distance: The impact of differences in team leader and member perceptions across cultures. The challenges of long-distance leadership: A view from Asia. Introduction: Growing the Leopard's spots: Developing global leadership. Building a leadership pipeline. Developing global leaders: To hold on to them, let them go!. Advances in global leadership: The women's global leadership forum. Conclusions. About the Editors. About the contributors. Table of contents from volume 1.

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