Guest Post by Richard Madison
Leadership is an ever-changing concept, and the way in which people practice leadership varies greatly from culture to culture. From autocratic management to egalitarian practice, from the traditional Asian ‘Ringi-Sho Consensus’ to the Scandinavian ‘Primus Inter Pares,’ this infographic explores the overriding philosophies that dictate leadership styles across the globe. tweet this
Discovering International Leadership Styles
Richard Madison is a marketing executive for the Brighton School of Business & Management, an online distance learning company specializing in UK accredited Management and Business qualifications. As part of his role, Richard writes regularly about innovative practices in the Leadership and Management sector. Follow Brighton School of Business & Management on Twitter.
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Leadership Styles Around the World
Outstanding graphic Richard! I am always intrigued with working with leaders from different cultures. I learned a great deal working with a group of Japanese managers who valued only what I had to say and less about the group’s ideas and suggestions. I came to learn that they saw me as the true expect rather than the participants in the workshop.
It is always helpful to think about the different leadership values of the many cultures we connect with.
Thanks for some great insights! I will definitely share!