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Joyce S. Osland and Gretchen Vogelgesang Lester

This chapter describes a social innovation project developed for the Global Leadership Laboratory courses at San Jose State University. The project involves multicultural student teams who learn design thinking and educate themselves on a global social problem with local ramifications. They devise a social innovation idea that is submitted to a university-sponsored social innovation competition. In addition to feedback on their project, students receive 360 evaluations on their team performance. The project’s developmental potential, with respect to social innovation and global leadership competencies, is analyzed with the help of research frameworks and supported by student feedback.

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Joyce S. Osland, Allan Bird and Mark Mendenhall

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Joyce S. Osland, Allan Bird and Mark Mendenhall

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Mark E. Mendenhall, Lisa A. Burke-Smalley, Audur Arna Arnardottir, Gary R. Oddou and Joyce S. Osland

In order to address the question, “Can global leadership competencies be developed?” we review extant global leadership competency models along with the competencies embedded in the models to delineate the domain of competencies necessary for global leadership effectiveness. Next we review the literature on global leadership development and then propose cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) as a fruitful methodology to enhance global leadership competencies in business school students. A clinical case study is reported that illustrates the potential value of utilizing CBT methods in the classroom. The chapter concludes with a discussion of how CBT principles can make a difference in for-profit, not-for-profit and governmental contexts for the development of global leadership competencies in managers and administrators.