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Leadership in India

  • Patrick Kim Cheng Low
Chapter

Abstract

In this chapter, the objectives here are to examine leadership as they can be interpreted in the Indian cultural context.

Keywords

Corporate Culture Servant Leadership Personal Branding Moral Courage Corporate Leader 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Business, Economics & Policy StudiesUniversiti Brunei DarussalamGadongBrunei Darussalam

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