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Title A Model for Understanding and Changing the Practice of Leadership in Ukraine
Authors Linville, M.
Kliuchnikov, A.
Keywords лідер
лидер
leader
керівництво
лидерство
leadership
характер
персонаж
character
чесноти
добродетели
virtues
бачення
обязанность
responsibility
призначення
цель
purpose
співпереживання
сочувствие
empathy
Type Article
Date of Issue 2021
URI https://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/86661
Publisher Sumy State University
License Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License
Citation Linville, M., Kliuchnikov, A. (2021). A Model for Understanding and Changing the Practice of Leadership in Ukraine. Business Ethics and Leadership, 5(4), 17-31. https://doi.org/10.21272/bel.5(4).17-31.2021
Abstract The practice of leadership dates to humankind’s earliest history. However, the study of leadership is a much more recent phenomenon. Leadership is understood and practiced differently from culture to culture, though much academic research has been rooted in Western thought. Leadership exists in every facet of our lives because the societies around us significantly shape our very existence. Groups of people exist because, for most tasks and functions, groups can outcompete individuals.
Appears in Collections: Business Ethics and Leadership (BEL)

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