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What is Global Competency

Encyclopedia of Strategic Leadership and Management
Being open minded and seeking to understand other cultures and cultural norms. Global competence is leveraging knowledge by interacting, communicating, and working effectively outside one’s environment (Morais & Ogden, 2010 AU50: The in-text citation "Morais & Ogden, 2010" is not in the reference list. Please correct the citation, add the reference to the list, or delete the citation. ).
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Global Citizen Leader: Successful Leaders Engaging in International Trade and Global Assignments
Kristin Joyce Tardif (University of Arkansas – Fort Smith, USA) and Kimberley Gordon (University of Arkansas – Fort Smith, USA)
Copyright: © 2017 |Pages: 11
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-1049-9.ch019
Businesses that develop international trade must successfully network with transnational businesses, which in turn connects them with foreign governmental agencies, and global business professionals. Thus, studies of the connectivity between leaders and successful international businesses must continue in order to examine trends in ethics, attitudes and behaviors of the organizations. Likewise, organizational leaders who aspire to gain international success must be strategic in their approach, and mindful of their own ethics, attitudes and behaviors. Societal change, access to information, and international commercial engagement have enabled regional peoples who were formerly economically disadvantaged to have access to income; while such engagement has also shifted income from those who historically were in regions that were economically advantaged. The sheer volume of corporate entities engaged at the international level create incomprehensible pressure on key performance indicators. This chapter presents a study of a handful of respected global leaders and their attitude and behaviors. Be documenting the collection of cognitive and metacognitive schemas, a complex construct of global citizen leader was established.
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Internationalization in Higher Education: A Case Study of an African Born Global University
A capability that allows an individual to successfully navigate cross-cultural contexts and manage global issues using tools, perspectives, and knowledge in a global setting.
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