Effectively Leading an International Meeting of a Global Company
A role play of the incorrect and correct way to lead an international meeting involving representatives from four cultures
||Cross-cultural Leading, Multi-cultural Leading, Cross-cultural Communication, Multicultural Communication
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 5, Issue 7, pp.1-8.
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Dr Shriberg, Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship at Xavier University, spent twenty years as a Vice President and/or Dean in four urban universities. Currently, he teaches courses in Leadership, Management Skills, Diversity, Interpersonal Skills, and Management Theory (courses he helped develop) to undergraduate and graduate students. He has won several teaching awards. As a management consultant he has consulted with and facilitated training programs concerning leadership, diversity, management skills and group communication skills in more than 150 corporate, governmental, healthcare, not-for-profit, and educational settings. He has significant experience coaching CEOs, boards of directors and other senior corporate leaders of various sized companies in interpersonal skills development, cultural transformations, and planning and navigating organizational change. He serves as a Management Consultant for Pope and Associates, a nationally known consulting firm. He has just completed the third edition of his textbook, Practicing Leadership: Principles and Application (Wiley and Sons, Inc., N. Y., 2005) is a multi-discipline textbook used in colleges and universities throughout the world. He has served as second author on Project Leadership (Management Concepts, Washington). He and Carol Lloyd wrote a weekly syndicated column entitled A World of Difference that appeared in newspapers throughout the country.
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