Effective leaders often learn this lesson the hard way. The contingency school. Implications for management', Journal of Business Ethics, vol 20, no. According to the study, the four categories are: 1. The differences within various Asian leadership styles are largely dependent on the different regions of Asia which are described primarily as South Asia and Confucian Asia.
Emotionally intelligent people are self-aware and in control of their emotions, meaning they are better able to react calmly in critical or stressful business situations and adapt flexibly to change. Businesses are growing increasingly concerned about the ability of future executives to lead across different countries and culturescope with ambiguity, and make decisions in unfamiliar environments.
No specific style is good enough to be applied in an organization at all times, since every style has its own place for being effective in situations where others are not.
This means handling internal company issues with clearly established principles that are fair to all. Jepson, D'Studying leadership at cross-country level: A critical analysis', Leadership, vol 5, no.
It requires humility, allowing others to take the lead and share credit for success. International revenue as a share of total revenue is 37 percent, up 5.