Examining Cross-cultural Leadership: Evidence from a UAE based Bank
Swapna Bhargavi, Alaa Omar

Culture became one of the most important factors that affect an organization’s performance; this is due to the diversity and development of industries in the market. Firms nowadays focus on investing most of their time and efforts to discover the most effective leaders that can benefit the organization. Leaders mainly tweak their leadership strategies and behaviors to achieve the goals and objectives set, this adaptation or change has a huge impact on the employees’ reaction and satisfaction. Therefore, it is significant to grasp the correlation between three different dynamics: Workforces job satisfaction, leaders conduct, and institutional culture. Raised from both practical and theoretical research, a hypothesis is articulated and a new model conducted in the research for support and is considered as evidence. According to the practical approach used, primary data is gathered from a conducted questionnaire. On the other hand, the theoretical approach used in the research involves collecting data from previously published articles, journals, and academic achievements.

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