International Management: Success in Leadership

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International Management Leadership is a difficult task, and, for it to succeed there has to be a strong leader on board to lead the team. There is increasing challenges to having an advanced management systems and a leadership talent capable of stirring all these emerging and rapidly growing economies. These challenges arise from the fact that people from different countries have their own cultures and behaviors which conflict with others, therefore making it difficult to have a unified leadership. Different economies rely on certain leadership style for them to flourish therefore, it takes lots of effort to choose on the appropriate one and incorporate it into their system (Korotov, 2012). A leadership style can be beneficial depending on how it is used. Over the years there have existed different types of leadership styles being used all over the world. They include; Autocratic leadership style, Charismatic leadership style, Coaching style of leadership, Emergent leadership, Cross-cultural leadership, Exchange style, Laissez faire leadership style, situational leadership style, Team leadership style, Transformational leadership style, facilitative leadership style, influence styles, servant leadership style, Visionary leadership style and lastly the participative leadership style (Allen Morrison, 2001). As much as having EU countries having the same leadership style, it is important to first weighing out the best leadership style to be used. Using the same leadership
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