Understanding Effective Expatriate Leadership in Foreign Businesses in China: The Role of Emotional and Cultural Intelligence
This paper argues that emotional intelligence and cultural intelligence are key factors in the effectiveness of expatriate leadership in China.
||Emotional Intelligence, Cultural Intelligence, Expatriate leadership Effectiveness, China, Australia, Qualitative Methodology
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 7, pp.207-216.
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Ms. Ling Deng is currently undertaking her PhD researchn project entitled Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness in Australian Businesses Operating in China: A Cross-cultural Perspective at Graduate School of Business, RMIT University, Australia. Prior to the commencement of her research in early 2004, Ling has been working in different cultural-based and foreign-invested businesses in Beijing, China for eight years. The accumulation of professional knowledge and academic learning has markedly advanced and developed her expertise in cross-cultural management issues in China.
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