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Global Critical Leadership: Educating Global Leaders with Critical Leadership Competencies
Journal of Leadership Studies (2012)
  • Daniel Jenkins
Abstract

Global critical leadership competency means espousing critical thinking skills in all aspects of leadership decision making in the global context. This paper reviews the actions of critical thinking, argues that global leaders too must lead critically, and draws attention to the deficiency of critical thinking curricula in higher education and subsequent lack of recent graduates with critical thinking compe- tencies. Leading critically is defined as applying critical thinking skills to decisions about leadership actions in different situations and is a challenge for leaders, followers, and educators. Nevertheless, global leaders, stakeholders, and educators in global leadership programs must embrace this challenge in order to make informed decisions in global contexts.

Keywords
  • leadership education,
  • leadership pedagogy,
  • critical thinking,
  • leadership,
  • leadership development
Publication Date
2012
Citation Information
Daniel Jenkins. "Global Critical Leadership: Educating Global Leaders with Critical Leadership Competencies" Journal of Leadership Studies Vol. 6 Iss. 2 (2012)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/daniel_jenkins/6/