Dr. Sunyoung Park co-authors book chapter about global leadership
Dr. Sunyoung Park, Assistant Professor in the School of Leadership and Human Resource Development, has published a co-authored book chapter about global leadership in the Handbook of Research on Human Resources Strategies for the New Millennial Workforce. The purpose of this book chapter is to review and analyze existing literature about globalization trends and their impact on leadership, and to integrate major themes to present what constitutes effective leadership behaviors emerging as convergent and universal, or divergent and contingent.
For more information, please visit the link below and see Chapter 14: Leadership Convergence and Divergence in the Era of Globalization (pages 286-309)
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