Recent advancements and the technological boom have dramatically transformed organizational settings, developing markets, and business operations. Globalization demands that leaders directly adopt these changes however transformation within an organization is difficult in the absence of a global context. Cultural, linguistic and geographical challenges are just a few obstacles that face emerging leaders when attempting to adopt global change. Examining the contextual and cultural factors that define global leadership will enable executives to develop an in-depth understanding of the differences between local and global environments.
In order to assist leaders and executives in understanding and embracing these changes, our study addresses the latest trends and patterns involved in global leadership. In this study, we identify the key characteristics and traits an individual requires in order to become a successful global leader.