A Whole New Global Mindset for Leadership

Javidan, Mansour; Walker, Jennie L.
April 2012
People & Strategy;2012, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p36
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the concept of global mindset in terms of developing business leaders. According to the author, the globalization of business means that traditional leadership development will not be enough. He states that global corporate leaders of the 21st century are required to have more knowledge in navigating cultural management and recruitment complexities brought on by globalization. He adds that a global mindset allows leaders to influence people different from themselves.


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