Cultural Effects on Leadership: A Study of Dispositional Resilience in Societies
Beginning with an introduction to the study’s research problem, research question, dispositional resilience theory, different dimensions of culture and society, theoretical foundations of the variables through a definition of terms, literature review, and discussion of research methods and inst The goal of this study was to improve and broaden our understanding of dispositional resilience as it relates to leadership in a variety of cultures. The goal of this study was to objectively quantify the levels of dispositional resilience and investigate the relationship between them in Latin American, Latin European, and Confucian nation clusters. The study looked at how different cultures’ dispositional resilience attributes affect leader performance. After reviewing four research, three of which looked at the impact of dispositional resilience on practitioner performance and stress levels, the data was analysed. The GLOBE Study was shown to be a viable and trustworthy framework for analysing different cultures, and the Dispositional Resilience Scale (DRS) was found to be a valid and reliable instrument for measuring individual dispositional resilience (hardiness and resilience). Using the One-Way ANOVA approach, the researchers discovered a statistically significant difference between Confucian country cluster students and Latin American and Latin European country cluster students. The consequences of future research are discussed.
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Shawn G. Sejera
Regent University, Virginia Beach, VA, USA.
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