Leadership Development: A Review and Agenda for Future Research
... capacity of collectives to engage in the leadership
process. Whereas leader development focuses on
individuals and the development of human capital,
leadership development attends to the interpersonal
dynamics of leadership and focuses on the development of social capital. Specifically, leadership d ...
... American Indian leadership: different traditions
Much of the early work on leadership within American Indians, such as it was,
explored the issues through a western cultural lens that may have been distinctly
unhelpful and incapable of understanding that, what counted as leadership was, in
PLAY LEADERSHIP IN AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN
... Vygotsky and Social Construction
• Vygotsky differed with Piaget in the following areas:
– According to Vygotsky, rules are important to play (the absence of rules
is impossible). Piaget maintained that rules emerged after preschool.
– According to Vygotsky, make-believe play is a social activity—a ...
Current Research Journal of Economic Theory 2(1): 27-31, 2010 ISSN: 2042-485X
... misgovernance which is a function of poor leadership
style that manifested in the leadership creed who often
time get into political offices for their personal
aggrandizement. Nigeria, which is perceived to be the
giant of Africa, is even more hit by this crisis of
leadership this is bec ause of her ...
... great leaders are born, not made.
These theories often portray great
leaders as heroic, mythic and destined
to rise to leadership when needed.
The term "Great Man" was used
because, at the time, leadership was
thought of primarily as a male quality,
especially in terms of military leadership.
Chapter 14, Modules 32
... 12. Define aggression and explain how the following factors contribute to its
expression: a) genetic and neural influences; b) biochemistry; c) learning.
13. Explain how the following can reduce prejudice and discrimination:
a) superordinate goals; b) cooperative contact (refer to Sherif’s experime ...
Bridging Leadership - Synergos Institute
... 2. A partnership is a dynamic relationship and
requires constant nurturing
3. The basic components function
4. A change in any one of the parts affects the
5. Activities should be linked to mutually
agreed upon desired results
Cross-cultural psychology attempts to understand how individuals of different cultures interact with each other (Abbe et al., 2007). Along these lines, cross-cultural leadership has developed as a way to understand leaders who work in the newly globalized market. Today’s international organizations require leaders who can adjust to different environments quickly and work with partners and employees of other cultures (House et al., 2001). It cannot be assumed that a manager who is successful in one country will be successful in another (Javidan et al., 2006; Brodbeck et al., 2000). The following sections discuss the various aspects of cross-cultural leadership including: related theories and research, definitions of the construct itself and characteristics that are exhibited from such leaders, and antecedents to and implications of being a cross-cultural leader.