New Group & Organization Management Issue Available

The October 2011 issue of Group & Organization Management (GOM) is available online and can be found here.

The lead article, “Leader Cultural Intelligence in Context: Testing the Moderating Effects of Team Cultural Diversity on Leader and Team Performance,” was published by Kevin S. Groves and Ann E. Feyerherm, both from Pepperdine University, in this latest issue of GOM.

The Abstract:

Despite clear calls from industry to better understand cross-cultural leadership competencies, academic research on leader cultural intelligence (CQ) is remarkably sparse. To date, very few empirical studies have examined the unique contribution of leader CQ to leadership performance outcomes beyond the effects of competing leadership competencies. Data from 99 culturally diverse organizational leaders and 321 of their followers demonstrated that leader CQ predicted follower perceptions of leader performance and team performance in contexts where work teams were characterized by significant ethnic and nationality diversity. Furthermore, leader CQ predicted follower perceptions of leader performance and team performance on culturally diverse work teams beyond the effects of leader emotional intelligence and other leadership competencies. Implications for cultural intelligence theory, future research directions, and management practice are discussed.

The other articles in the October 2011 issue of Group & Organization Management can be found here. For more information about the journal, please follow this link.

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