TOWARDS GENUINE PARTNERSHIPS: A DIALOGUE BETWEEN WESTERN AND TANZANIAN CHRISTIAN LEADERS

Ralph Ipyana Schubert, Louise Kretzschmar

Abstract


This article identifies Western and Tanzanian leadership styles and evaluates how
they affect cross-cultural partnerships. Christian leadership is defined and the
methodology used in this study explained. The main research findings with respect
to leadership and culture, character, relationships, power and conflict are
discussed. Western and Tanzanian approaches to leadership are compared to each
other in terms of Christian values in order to promote improved understanding and
genuine cross-cultural partnerships.

Keywords


Leadership, Partnership, Culture, Character, Relationship, Power, Conflict

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/101-0-643

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