Cross Cultural Leadership and Management provides an understanding of organizational psychology in a global environment. It furnishes students with basic cross cultural awareness and skills to lead teams and organizations across borders in a changing global organizational environment. The course explores conceptual frameworks for systematically understanding the concept of culture, cultural differences, and the convergence and divergence in cultural norms and values. It covers a range of topics including globalization, cultural differences in personality, age, gender, sexuality and ethnicity, communicating and interacting across cultures and national borders, negotiating across cultures, understanding cross cultural ethics, working in global teams and differing leadership styles.

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Spring 23




Matthew McDonald


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