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標題:The Global Leadership Capacity Wheel: Comparing HRD leadership literature with research from global and indigenous leadership
學年107
學期2
出版(發表)日期2019/02/18
作品名稱The Global Leadership Capacity Wheel: Comparing HRD leadership literature with research from global and indigenous leadership
作品名稱(其他語言)
著者John R. Turner; Rose Baker; Jae Schroeder; Karen R. Johnson; Chih-Hung Chung
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著錄名稱、卷期、頁數European Journal of Training and Development 43(1/2), p.105-131
摘要Purpose
The purpose of this paper was to examine the definitions of global leadership and indigenous leadership, identify leadership capacities inherent in human resource development (HRD) and determine relationships of the three as a means to develop a model to aid and guide opportunities for future research.

Design/methodology/approach
Following a two-stage integrative literature review of HRD, global and indigenous leadership literature, the grounded theory constant comparative method established 31 positive and 1 negative leadership domains, and respective capacities, and compare domains from literature.

Findings
The Global Leadership Capacity Wheel informs researchers of strengths and areas for additional research, has resulted in a more complete model of global leadership and calls for increased clarity for leadership capacity model development, especially for complex, global environments and local constructs and theories.

Research limitations/implications
Although the literature had adequate representation in the business and organizational acumen and managing people and relationships central global leadership domains, more research and reporting is required for managing self and indigenous leadership capacity development subdomains.

Practical implications
Leadership development is a high priority and core function of HRD. The Global Leadership Capacity Wheel provides a tool for scholars and practitioners to guide global leadership development programs and research.

Social implications
Understanding the relationships of leadership capacities from global and indigenous perspectives is helpful to examine cultural, identity and macro-contextual dimensions and their influence on leadership.

Originality/value
The Global Leadership Capacity Wheel provides a type of road-map, a holistic representation, in the context of developing global leaders in today’s complex environment.
關鍵字Leadership;Leadership capacities;Global leadership capacities;Indigenous leadership capacities;Leadership domains;Negative leadership capacities
語言英文
ISSN2046-9012
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收錄於ESCI;
產學合作
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審稿制度
國別英國
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