Leadership, (Cultural) Threats, and Change

Strong culture – weak culture A strong organizational culture helps leadership and motivation, but it risks to become too rigid and inflexible. A leader needs to balance the inflexibility of a strong organizational culture with resistance to change from a too weak organizational culture. Creating the need for change A leader is analyzing and realizing that there is an unsatisfactory situation, then creates and communicates the required sense of urgency. … Continue reading

Promoting Cross-Cultural Cooperativeness in Global Talent Management (GTM)

Content Cooperative behavior arises where it is cherished Cooperative conflict management Means to promote cooperation Equitable treatment to maintain willingness to cooperate   Cooperative behavior arises where it is cherished Women are often considered to have a greater tendency to use their cooperativeness for successful international assignments, especially where indirect communication is the culturally appropriate style as is tendentially the case in high-context cultures like Asia [1]. Cooperative and communicative … Continue reading