Organizations continue to increase their presence in the global landscape, and their leaders are frequently challenged by the political, socio-economic, and cultural diversity of the growing workforce. The global organization’s culture and climate are often influenced by employees’ education, local political involvement, and digital and medial landscape. As a result, organizational leaders should develop culturally agile competencies in order to engage and motivate their employees. This study examines the role and need for cultivating cultural agility in leaders of global organizations in an effort to assist them in developing effective civil discourse among their followers.
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