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Global Leadership Skills

F1) Leading Remote/ Global Virtual Teams

Global virtual teams are a team with individuals who work together from various locations around the world and who may – or may never – meet in person. They use technology to enable collaboration and teamwork.

F2) Leading/ Building global business teams

Global Business Teams are groups of people of different nationalities working together on a common project across cultures and time zones for extended periods.

F3) Collaboration in Teams

Effective global leaders build alliances and create a sense of commitment to coworkers so that the group can accomplish its goals. They manage conflict well and look for win-win solutions when dissension arises. They foster cooperation, collaboration and strive for an atmosphere of mutual trust. They put the interests of the group before their personal, organizational goals. They recognize that multicultural diversity makes for better decisions.

F4) Visioning/ Providing Direction

help all the employees align together around a set of common ideas. With a common vision and mission, people would make better decisions and act in a way that helped the whole business.

F5) Empowering Others

They know how to involve people, and they make sure that everyone with a vested interest in a decision is part of that decision-making process, thereby creating a sense of ownership among their people. They make clear to their followers what is expected of them.

F6) Designing and Architecting

Build organizational structures and processes that facilitate effective global interactions

F7) Rewarding and Giving Feedback

Global Leaders know how to reward and compensate their people, and they work to ensure that the reward systems are fair. They celebrate achievements, both large and small, and reward outstanding performance appropriately. They mentor their people, giving constructive, positive feedback as smiles and praise.

F8) Persistence

The continuance of an effect after its cause is removed.

F9) Leading Change

Lead individuals, teams and organizations to new ways of doing things, build capacity to learn and adapt.

F10) Global Talent Management

Engaging in future talents and their development

F11) Fostering Innovation

In DDI’s Global Leadership Forecast 2011,10 fostering creativity and innovation was rated as the third most critical skill for the near future by over 12,500 leaders from around the world and showed the most significant surge between its criticality in the past three years, and for the next three. A full 50 percent of the leaders in the sample considered themselves ineffective at doing it, more than any of the other critical skills!

F12) Influencing Stakeholders

Ability to influence others. Consider multiple, often conflicting stakeholder needs; make decisions taking them into account; influence them towards alignment.

F13) Ethical Decisions (Responsible) Global Leaders

Adhere to accepted standards of behavior; Identify a clear and strong set of values and act according to them.

F14) Perspective-taking/ Diplomacy

Perspective-taking: the skill of being able to see things from the other person’s point of view to the extent that you can speak and listen that way. Diplomacy: The willingness to substitute important personal interests from one’s own background and culture with similar, yet different interests in the host culture.

F15) Customer Orientation

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F16) Motivating Skills

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