Leadership in Asia

The leaders need to understand how society, our personalities and our actions work to make good leaders. We observe the personality characteristics and learn the interactions between these traits and our everyday activities helps to make good leaders. When Western businesses get increasingly interested in the 'Asian miracle' and the growth in Asian traditions, they are attempting to model their corporate practices around those of the East.

Are there some major variations, for example, between the leadership models of Asian and those that we are acquainted with in the West? It is likely that the roots of this potentially destructive practice result from the origins of Asian society and/or counter the less developed business growth of Asian firms.

Leadership, at its finest, is a rather transformational operation. It implies not only an idea of the future, but also a strategy to achieve that target, an opportunity to motivate people to reach that goal, and the ability to put others together to create a plan and to follow that plan.

Leaders of the East appear to be less apt to be diverse in their forms of leadership. The sort of authoritarian leader who gives out orders and information without strong critique is more prevalent in countries in the East of Asia, such as China and South Korea. On the other hand, the authoritarian leader who relies on cooperation and involvement is the most famous form in Europe, Asia, and certain areas of the United States, such as the United Kingdom.

The unity must be taught and cultivated by leaders who are motivated and delegation. Concentrate on the team above the individual, and set targets that are means of encouragement. Ease, adaptability, and movement are not present in Asian culture as well as in Western culture.

Because information technology and the internet (IT) have let companies and organizations to develop new creative concepts, a style of leadership that is becoming increasingly more apparent in the East is evolving.

This kind of leader is mostly trained in the West and has a professional business-oriented mindset, willing to express their leadership style and work ethic to the global stage.

They reflect the latest style of Asian leaders by becoming tech-savvy. One of the key issues is whether or not this kind of leadership would ultimately be the principle or perhaps the only one in Asia.

With Asian countries' increasing economic status, Asian businesses in the future would depend more on practitioners and technical services than they do today. Although in the course of modernizing Asian culture, it is possible that the system will end up developing more of a modern state before it reflects more of that of the West.

Because East-West performance crosses through Western and Eastern/Asian cultures, it is crucial that executives of Eastern and Western companies be able to function well together. Asian firms must realize how they are distinct from American-based companies, and they must, to a certain degree, localize their activities.


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