Year of Publication
Master of Science (MS)
Community and Leadership Development
Dr. Rosalind Harris
With the rise of new technologies, geographical and political boundaries between companies are disappearing. Managers within multinational organizations are faced with the challenge of adapting to new paradigms of leadership while leading employees who may share different backgrounds. With businesses becoming more globalized, it is important to know and understand how to lead and interact with people from other cultures. The purpose of the study is to explore and describe similarities or differences with managers from the United States and managers from Taiwan in relation to the 29 leadership traits overall as well as at individual management levels. As a result, this study also offers practical recommendations for managers of all levels and backgrounds to grow their international business opportunities through deeper knowledge of themselves and their international business partners.
Yang, Chi-Shou Justin, "A COMPARISON OF LEADERSHIP TRAITS ACROSS COUNTRIES: TAIWAN AND UNITED STATES" (2011). University of Kentucky Master's Theses. 646.