Humanistic Leadership Practices – Exemplary Cases from Different Cultures

This edited volume offers a comprehensive analysis of humanistic leadership, bringing together authors with experience working in different cultures to demonstrate that humanistic leadership exists everywhere and has enabled companies to sustain all over the world.

There is a high volume of evidence that executive education has significant influence in the decisions of executives and upper managers in business, government and other institutions. However, in spite of the many different leadership theories in existence, there is a severe deficit of research and literature addressing the specific needs of organizations for integrating the human dimension. This book highlights different cultural case studies from around the world to demonstrate that humanistic leadership is the model that best enables employees to thrive and businesses to sustain. Part of the popular Humanism in Business series, this book will be of great interest to academics, students and practitioners of leadership and human resources.