"A good manager is a manager who has mastered the concept of entrepreneurship"
The 21st century is not about management, it's all about leadership, and the differences between these two mindsets is crucial in order to successfully navigate cross-border interactions.
A strong leadership includes having a clear vision, an entrepreneurial state of mind, creativity, the ability to accept diversity, engagement, ability navigate in a constant changing business environment, empowering workers, risk taking, flexibility and more.
When we look from the global aspect, we need to be able to optimize our communication with stakeholders from various business cultures, whose values, thinking and operating differ and who think and act differently.
In addition, in the 21st century much of the work is done through virtual communication and therefore requires the ability to learn to communicate effectively while building and motivating, creative teams.
DEVELOPING MANAGERIAL, GLOBAL LEADERSHIP INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING PARAMETERS:
• Management that showcases leading values and a clear vision
• Task-oriented vs. people-oriented management
• Creating a Global Mindset
• Accepting diversity
• Empowering and engaging employees
• Role perception
• Managing in a changing environment, navigating in complexity (VUCA)
• Matrix management, influencing without authority
• Authentic, holistic, broad-based leadership
• Social- and self-awareness