Leadership Theories: What Corporate Leaders in China Can Learn
AbstractCorporate leaders in the 21st century should have the capacity and capability to comprehend, embrace, and adapt to changes in order to survive and thrive. Throughout history, leaders are generally accustomed to changes and there is no doubt that those who are more capable of dealing with ups and downs have a better chance of getting through disastrous upheavals. In this new information age, changes in the market place and in the extensively diverse workforce appear to happen even much faster over a short period of time. In this sense, the ability to react and adapt to change is one of the key characteristics of a 21stcentury leader.
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