Kim Cheng Patrick Low and Ali Yusob Mohd. Zain
Office or organizational politics is examined and discussed in this article through the good leadership/Confucian visor. The practitioner-authors examine how a good leader, the Confucian practitioner, copes with and manages office politics and on-goings at the workplace. Among other things, the key strategies and pointers, seen from the Confucian leadership angle, include being bold and standing by one’s values, making things happen as well as continuously learning, learning and applying. This paper is an adaption of Low’s (2012) e-Leader CASA Berlin Conference paper presented on 5 June 2012.
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