Servant Leadership and World Values

By Alberto Rubio-Sanchez, Susan M. Bosco and David E. Melchar.

Published by The Global Studies Journal

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In the global environment where organizations currently operate, leaders who can move their organizations toward fulfillment of goals for all constituents are desired. What leadership style will be most effective in achieving these goals when the individuals involved have such a large variety of expectations for the organizational environment? To what extent are these expectations a product of national cultures? This paper examines the characteristics of Servant Leadership in order to assess the applicability of that style to other cultures, world-wide. This empirical examination is performed using data from the World Values Survey.

Keywords: Servant Leadership, Leadership Style, Global, Values

Global Studies Journal, Volume 5, Issue 3, pp.19-33. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 264.969KB).

Dr. Alberto Rubio-Sanchez

Assistant Professor of Marketing, Hispanic Marketing Institute, University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, Texas, USA

Alberto Rubio-Sanchez is the Director of the Hispanic Marketing Institute as well as an Assistant Professor in the HEB School of Business at the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas. His current research interests include consumer adoption processes, cross cultural consumer behavior, Hispanic financial education and marketing, and Servant Leadership.

Susan M. Bosco

Professor of Management, Gabelli School of Business, Roger Williams University, Bristol, Rhode Island, USA

Susan Bosco is a Professor in The Mario J. Gabelli School of Business at the Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island. Her current research interests are diversity in the workplace, generational issues, and servant leadership.

David E. Melchar

Professor, Gabelli School of Business, Roger WIlliams University, Bristol, Rhode Island, USA

David Melchar is a Professor in The Mario J. Gabelli School of Business at the Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island, where he has taught for 26 years. He is a retired U.S. Marine Corps Lieutenant Colonel. His current research interests include leadership and business ethics.

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