- Respect for authority
- Expectations about decision making- Leader, Majority or Consensus
- Personal Freedom
- Self Interest
- Tolerance for Open Debate and free expression
- Ethics, codes of conduct
de-motivating to a team as treating them all as if they were from a single culture. Second, company culture can trump national culture among long serving employees of some companies. Understanding the way we do things here can be just as important as understanding national culture.
So, yes a leader must be very aware of the influences different national cultural tendencies can have on their team AND the skilled leader has to understand the degree to which their team members reflect those differences. Appreciating those differences and being inclusive of them when leading will result in more effective team performance..