Distinguishing Between Leaders and Leadership in Global Business

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  • Liu W
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Most global business leaders at the President or Chief Executive Officer level in an organization have at least considered their individual leadership styles and abilities to lead subordinates to achieve the organization’s goals in the future. It is much rarer to find a company which has considered and then effectively implemented leader and leadership concepts and provided clear guidance on how managers of a firm should act as they do business in the global arena. This paper explains the distinguishing elements between leaders and leadership. A part of leadership is the close connection between the leader and the follower. Leadership is the ability to express a vision, influence others to achieve results, encourage team cooperation. However, leadership must be done by a leader.

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  • Yueh-shian Lee

  • Weng Kun Liu

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