Leading Across Cultures

Frein, Mark; Castellanos, Juan F. (Paco)
December 2010
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Dec2010, Vol. 27 Issue 12, p18
The authors offer insights on cross-cultural leadership development (LD). They describe their approach in working with leaders which they said relies heavily on their willingness to examine their values. They cite that one principle they consider is the need to understand cultural differences. They also consider playing with leaders using different forms such as video games and other recreational activities.


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