How to lead workers from different cultures

05/8/2014 | Knowledge.Insead.edu

Leadership styles vary sharply from culture to culture, and so do the ways in which workers relate to their bosses. Dutch workers take a democratic approach to workplace decision-making, while Chinese and Japanese workers tend to be more deferential, Erin Meyer writes. "[U]ltimately it means learning to lead in different ways in order to motivate and mobilise groups who follow in different ways from the folks back home," Meyer writes.

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