Tandukar, Amita
November 2006
BRW;11/2/2006, Vol. 28 Issue 43, p36
Trade Publication
The article reports that the expatriate manager in international business enterprises has been replaced by a new breed of global and regional leader who is able to make complex decisions across borders. The required characteristics of these global managers are: the ability to deal with complexity; ability to adapt culturally; emotional intelligence; inquisitiveness; and energy. INSETS: Leadership model changes.;Global head-hunter..


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