Effective Leadership and Cross-Cultural Variation
Leadership as a universal human phenomenon has been discussed since ancient times. For instance, the ancient Greeks and Egyptians tried to define the qualities of leaders (Bass, 1981, 1990). The legendary Greek hero Odysseus is exemplified as one of the great leaders in Homer’s Iliad on account of his shrewdness (Bass, 1990; Peterson and Hunt, 1997).
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