* COMPARISON BETWEEN AUSTRALIAN AND INDIAN CULTURES
* LEADERSHIP STYLES IN AUSTRALIA * 3.1) VISIONARY LEADERSHIP * 3.2) NARCISSISTIC LEADERSHIP * 3.3) EGALITARIAN LEADERSHIP * 3.4) BUREAUCRATIC LEADERSHIP
* LEADERSHIP STYLES IN INDIA * 4.1) AUTHORITARIAN LEADERSHIP * 4.2) LAISSEZ-FAIRE LEADERSHIP * 4.3) DIRECTIVE LEADERSHIP * 4.4) SERVANT LEADERSHIP
* LEADERSHIP STYLES OF INDIAN MANAGERS EFFECTIVE IN AUSTRALIA * 5.1) VERSATILE LEADERSHIP * 5.2) ANALYTICAL LEADERSHIP * INTIAL ACTIONS TO BE TAKEN ON ARRIVAL * CONCLUSION
Leadership is a very subjective term. It has been attempted to be defined in many different ways. Basically it can be outlined as- the job of a person heading a team of people, to facilitate the group and interlock them in a course of action by stimulating their complete poten0tial.
In our world today, people come from very many different belief systems and it is essential for a leader to motivate each one of his personnel in the best possible manner to maximise the strength of his team. Cultural leadership is fundamental for any leader working with people with different ethnicities and also to amend his ways when moved to a different location.
“Leadership: the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because he wants to do it.” -Dwight D. Eisenhower
COMPARISON BETWEEN AUSTRALIAN AND INDIAN CULTURES
The cultures of Australia and India are very different from each other. As shown in the chart below the fundamentals of both the countries are just about the inverse of one another. Australia | India | Egalitarianism | Elitist | Meritocracy | Nepotism/ Cronyism | Individualism | Conformity | Pragmatic |
References: Neal M. Colin Steven Rymer, (2008). Leadership in Australia - how different are we?. . (), pp.