“Global inclusive leadership . . . require[s] focusing on being the best ‘for’ the world rather than being the best ‘in’ the world.”
Let’s face it: today’s leaders require new approaches to managing societies and organizations. In the last three years, we’ve grappled with a global pandemic, a race and social justice movement, a politically polarized US election, a brazen attack on the US Capitol, and the Russian-Ukraine war, leading to a global economic crisis. Solving today’s problems requires leaders to develop other leaders by cultivating social characteristics and behaviors that effectively influence others who might not look, think, and act like them.
Leadership for Such a Time as This explores how the three components of intersectional identities, moral capabilities, and intercultural competencies allow leaders to excel in this ever-more-connected world. Here, Dr. Mukendi offers a practical framework that leaders in all global sectors can leverage to promote inclusive behavior in their organizations and beyond.