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What is Interpersonal Relationship

Contemporary Multicultural Orientations and Practices for Global Leadership
Ability to socialize, network, and appreciate other people cultural differences.
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Interpersonal Relationship and Global Leadership Mindset
Kabiru Ishola Genty (Lagos State University, Nigeria)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-6286-3.ch009
Leadership in this 21st century need to shift their tents to cover major areas of technological revolution, especially interpersonal relationships among the global leaders due to globalization challenges. For this purpose, the chapter attempts to interrogate the concept of interpersonal relationship and its correlation with global leadership mindset. A literature review was conducted to establish the link between global leadership mindset on the interpersonal relationship, particularly cultural differences. Discourse content analysis was carried out to explain the collected information. It was established that job-related interactions and social interactions within the work enhance cordial relationships among peers, subordinates, and superiors. However, today's global leaders have been shying away from this responsibility. The chapter concludes that strategic partnership is required by the global leaders in the area of relational competencies such as social interaction, supportive networking, and avoidance of racial discrimination in order to achieve global performance.
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