A Cross-Cultural Study Of Leadership Behaviors In Vietnamese And Chinese Working Adults
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This research displayed the leadership behavior in Vietnam and China regarding the task and relationship orientation. The empirical study was completed by collecting surveys from 633 participants working for various state and private enterprises in Vietnam and China. The expected result is to find the existence of task and relationship orientations in Vietnamese and Chinese organizations. Another expected finding demonstrates the change in Vietnamese and Chinese leadership behaviors from relationship orientation to task orientation.