What exactly defines a great leader? Answers that come to mind include good judgment, integrity, and people skills, and so forth. But although is it true that the main ingredients of leadership are universal, the full leadership recipe is also dependent on specific and varying cultures. This, in turn, is because cultural differences impact on implicit theories of leadership, thus, depending on the cultural context, typical style and behavioral tendencies may be either an asset or a weakness. Harvard Business Review reviews six major leadership types that illustrate these cultural influences on leadership.
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