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Perspectives on Global Leadership and the COVID19-Crisis. Scholarly Perspectives

Osland, Joyce; Mendenhall, Mark; Reiche, Sebastian; Szkudlarek, Betina; Bolden, Richard; Courtice, Polly; Vaiman, Vlad; Nielsen, Rikke Kristine; Yih-Teen, Lee; Stahl, Günter; ...
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  • Published: 19 Oct 2020
  • Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
  • Country: Denmark
Abstract
The Olympics of Everything has been cancelled, disrupted or even closed. At the same time, for a large group of managers, work life goes on under conditions close to business as usual: The global leaders. Now, however, these everyday working conditions of geographical dispersion, VUCA-environment and paradox coping have become common property of managers in general during the crisis. Even managers of small, local businesses are now experiencing and exercising “extreme leadership” – a term that has been used to characterize the job role of global leaders (Osland, Bird & Oddou, 2012, p. 107). While the interconnectedness of countries, businesses and people is ...
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free text keywords: Covid-19, Crisis management, global leadership, Complexity, Paradox, Competing tensions, Uncertainty
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