Culturally-linked leadership styles

@inproceedings{Jogulu2010CulturallylinkedLS,
  title={Culturally-linked leadership styles},
  author={Uma D. Jogulu},
  year={2010}
}
Purpose – This paper seeks to examine whether cultural context facilitates the emergence of different leadership styles. The key objective of the paper is to consider whether leadership styles are culturally-linked and/or culturally-biased. Design/methodology/approach – A multifactor leadership questionnaire was utilised to measure differences in leadership styles and to offer explanations as to why the “one size fits all” view is not appropriate. Analysis of variance and t-tests were utilised… CONTINUE READING

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