Abstract – AOCRJ-V2I2P3

Cross-Cultural Leadership: A Roadmap for the Journey

Robert W. Service
Samford University, USA
Charles M. Carson
Samford University, USA

Abstract:
In reflection of a trip to Kenya to teach leadership, a semester teaching in London, attendance at a Global Leadership conference in Croatia, work with international students and firms, and recent engagements assisting consulting clients in understanding the intricacies of multiple cultures (at both the customer and supplier level), the current authors attempt to synergize research into guidelines for the challenges of cross-cultural leadership. As Gergen (2009) notes, developing leaders is a need shared throughout the world. Although the problems and solutions will differ, effective analysis, strategies and principles are largely universal when adapted to differing cultures. This research examines criteria for evaluating which leaders might be effective in crossing cultures.

Key Words: Culture, crossing cultures, leadership, cross cultural leadership
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