Advances in Global Leadership Vol: 12

Joyce S. Osland
San Jose State University, USA

B. Sebastian Reiche
IESE Business School, Spain

Betina Szkudlarek
University of Sydney, Australia

Mark E. Mendenhall
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, USA

Product Details
18 Nov 2019
Emerald Publishing Limited
264 pages - 152 x 229mm
Advances in Global Leadership
This volume continues to advance both global leadership research and practice by bridging and integrating conceptual, empirical and practitioner perspectives to provide a deeper understanding of this rapidly growing field of study. 
Part I brings together conceptual, qualitative, and quantitative work to present innovative foundational research on the concept and processes of global leadership and global competence development. 
Part II, the Practitioner's Corner, features chapters and interviews with pioneers in the field and the lessons they learned from decades of global leadership development in university, corporate and government settings. 
The editors conclude with an analysis of the global leadership research published in 2018 and its implications. The Advances in Global Leadership series, with its finger firmly on the pulse of this exciting field, is a must-read book for scholars and practitioners alike.
New Advances in Global Leadership: Introduction to Volume 12; Joyce S. Osland, B. Sebastian Reiche, Betina Szkudlarek and Mark E. Mendenhall
Chapter 1. Revisiting Carlos Ghosn's Global Leadership Style: Making Sense of his Fall from Power; Jusuke (JJ) Ikegami and Martha Maznevski
Chapter 2. The Limits of Global Leadership: Commentary on Revisiting Carlos Ghosn's Global Leadership Style; Allan Bird
Chapter 3. Temporal Dynamics of Collective Global Leadership and Team Psychological Safety in Multinational Teams: An Empirical Investigation; Gouri Mohan and Yih-teen Lee
Chapter 4. Developing Cultural Competence Through Engagement in Cross-Cultural Interactions; Katherine C. Cotter and Rebecca J. Reichard
Chapter 5. Toward a Framework of Contextualized Assets and Liabilities in Global Leadership: Identity and Power Implications in an African Context; Nana Yaa Gyamfi and Yih-teen Lee
Chapter 6. Global Identity Tensions for Global Leaders; Kathleen A. Curran
Chapter 7. Triggers of Transformative Learning in Global Leadership Development: The Disorientation Index; Tonya G. Ensign
Chapter 8. Executive Group Coaching: Interventions Not for the Faint of Heart; Manfred Kets de Vries
Chapter 9. An Interview with a Pioneer of Global Leadership Development: Manfred Kets de Vries; B. Sebastian Reiche
Chapter 10. Growing Global Resilience Leadership: Working with Diplomats; Ray S. Leki
Chapter 11. The Role of Business Schools in Embedding Global Leadership: An Interview with Franz Heukamp; B. Sebastian Reiche
Chapter 12. Comparative Global Leadership Research: Where Do We Go From Here?; B. Sebastian ReicheMark E. Mendenhall, Betina Szkudlarek and Joyce S. Osland
Joyce S. Osland is the Lucas Endowed Professor of Global Leadership and Executive Director of the Global Leadership Advancement Center at San Jose State University, USA. She is a past president of the Western Academy of Management and a senior partner in The Kozai Group. 
B. Sebastian Reiche is Professor and Department Chair of People Management at IESE Business School, Spain. He studies and consults on forms of global work and global leadership and is Associate Editor of the Human Resource Management Journal
Betina Szkudlarek is Associate Professor of Management at The University of Sydney Business School, Australia. She has worked with numerous corporations on developing Global Leadership excellence and has published her research in numerous top-tier journals and international media outlets. 
Mark E. Mendenhall is the J. Burton Frierson Chair of Excellence in Business Leadership at the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, USA. He is a past president of the International Management Division of the Academy of Management and a senior partner in The Kozai Group.

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