Global Leadership Development: What Global Organizations Can Do to Reduce Leadership Risk, Increase Speed to Competence, and Build Global Leadership Muscle

Terrell, Steve; Rosenbusch, Katherine
January 2013
People & Strategy;2013, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p40
Academic Journal
The article reports on what global organizations can do to develop global leadership, reduce risk and accelerate competence. It states that organizations can provide cross-cultural, global leadership development experiences to leaders, foster multicultural sensitivity and desire to learn other cultures on them, and encourage openness on their part toward experience and learning. Organizations can reportedly also mix intuitive, ad hoc learning approaches with structured development practices.


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