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Transculturality as a Leadership Style – A Relational Approach
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Transculturality as a Leadership Style – A Relational Approach

21 Seiten · 4,90 EUR
(30. Oktober 2019)

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From the introduction:

The interest in transculturality stems from the observation that, in a globalizing world, collaboration for mutual benefit can only succeed if people with a diverse background actually cooperate. The notion of cooperation lies at the core of the transcultural approach and marks both the means of, and the claim for, a specific quality of social interaction. It connotes that, by relating the involved actors, their interests and their resources in the event of a cooperation project, it is possible to form local, temporary and transaction-specific communities of practice and to base them on emerging cultural commonalities which may be stabilized and persist if they are developed in a joint learning process.

Against this background, questions arise as to what the prerequisites and framework conditions are for people to be able to form real and concrete cooperative communities and to create cultural, social or economic commonalities in a global context. Addressing these questions on enabling factors for successful transcultural cooperation has far-reaching implications for leadership and for insights on leadership-related competences. To work on and develop these topics is what we are doing in our research program on transcultural leadership and transcultural competence as part of a theory of relational economics, and what we would like to outline briefly in this introduction to the book at hand.

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Transcultural Leadership and Transcultural Competence
Josef Wieland, Julika Baumann Montecinos (eds.):
Transcultural Leadership and Transcultural Competence
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Prof. Dr. Josef Wieland
Josef Wieland

Josef Wieland is Professor of Institutional Economics – Organizational Governance, Integrity Management & Transcultural Leadership and Director of the Leadership Excellence Institute Zeppelin (LEIZ) at Zeppelin University, Germany. Furthermore, he is Vice-President (Research) of Zeppelin University. Josef Wieland is the founder and academic director of the “Transcultural Caravan”.

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