Speaker: ZHANG Haina
Venue: MBA 103
Time: 13:30-15:30 December 29th, 2019
ZHANG Haina, PhD, is a Professor of Management at University of Aberdeen. She is an Associate Editor of European Management Journal and Co-Chair of International Business and International Management Special Interest Group at British Academy of Management. Haina has extensive international research experience and her research interest focuses on organizational behaviour, international management, human resource management (HRM), and leadership. She has published her research in world-leading journals, such as Journal of Management, Human Resource Management, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, Journal of Vocational Behaviour, Journal of Business Ethics, and Asia Pacific Business Review.
This seminar will focus on the discussion of different leadership approaches in a comparative setting from a sociological and philosophical perspective.
The seminar will discuss the different ontology in the Western and Eastern philosophy first, followed by a presentation of findings from a project that is focused on the exploration of the leadership practice of a non-Western context. Several main leadership approaches will be comparatively discussed in the different cultural settings.