Description: Global and Culturally Diverse Leaders and Leadership: New Dimensions and Challenges for Business, Education, and Society explores diverse cultural leadership styles and paradigms of leadership that are dynamic, complex, globally authentic and culturally competent for the 21st century. It considers how the different world views and lived experiences of leaders may influence their leadership styles.
This compelling book delivers an approach to leadership that is inclusive, promotes access for diverse leaders, and addresses the barriers that narrowly confine our perceptions and expectations of leaders. Redefining leadership as global and diverse, the authors impart a new understanding of the criteria for selecting, training and evaluating leaders in the 21st century.
About the Co-Editors
Jean Lau Chin (EdD, Columbia University, Teachers College) has more than 40 years of experience that includes a scholarly focus on diversity, leadership, Asian American, and women’s issues – also her extensive career experience includes significant leadership roles within academia and the health service delivery system.
Joseph E. Trimble (PhD, University of Oklahoma) has over 35 years of experience conducting social and behavioral research with ethnic populations primarily American Indians and Alaska Natives and has played significant roles in leadership within the multicultural communities and within the profession.
Joseph E. Garcia (PhD, University of Utah) is Professor of Management and formerly founding Director of the Morse Leadership Institute at Western Washington University. His career focus is on building healthy communities in organizations, with publications spanning topics of leadership, diversity, managerial skills, management education, and change management with information technology.
Praise for Global and Culturally Diverse Leaders and Leadership: New Dimensions and Challenges for Business, Education, and Society
Table of Contents
Foreword – Melba J. T. Vasquez
Introduction – Jean Lau Chin, Joseph E. Trimble and Joseph E. Garcia
- Theory Leadership from Africa: Examples of a Trait Theory – Nyasha M. GuramatunhuCooper
- The Case for an Indigenous Collectivist Mindset – Ken M. Gambrell
- Cross-cultural Dimensions of personal stories in communicating authentic leadership – Marco Aponte-Moreno and Konstantinos Koulouris
- How the Communal Philosophies of Ubuntu in Africa and Confucius Thought in China Might Enrich Western Notions of Leadership – Rob Elkington and Elizabeth Tueleja
- Influence and Global Leadership: China, India, and the Multinational Corporation – Christie Caldwell and Ethan Prizant
- Indo-European Leadership (IEL): A Non-Western Leadership Perspective – Afsaneh Nahavandi and Hema Krishnan
- Current and Emerging Patterns of Muslim Leadership – Lina Klemkaite
- Service Leadership Under the Service Economy – Daniel T.L. Shek, Po Chung, Li Lin, Hildie Leung and Eddie Ng
- Re-Invigorating Conversations about Leadership: Application of Strategic Choice Theory to the Social Justice Organizational Leader – Caroline S. Clauss-Ehlers and Lynn Pasquerella
- Probing Leadership from Racio-Ethnic Perspectives in Higher Education: An Emergent Model of Accelerating Leader Identity – Jeanetta D. Sims, Ed Cunliff, Atoya Sims and Kristi Robertson
- Campus Unrest in American Higher Education: Challenges and Opportunities for Strategic Diversity Leadership – Ralph A. Gigliotti, Brighid Dwyer and Kristina Ruiz Mesa
- Inclusive leadership and the Dynamics of Multinational Military Operations – Yvonne R. Masakowski
- A New Perspective Towards Leadership Paradigm – Damini Saini
- A Sustainable, Cultural Competent Approach to Academic Leadership – Sherwood Thompson, Timothy Forde and Tom Otieno
- Addressing Race and Culture within a Critical Leadership Approach – Jennifer L.S. Chandler & Robert E. Kirsch
Epilogue – Ian O. Williamson