Leadership in Intercultural Teams



The aim of this paper is to deliberate about the leadership status in students’
intercultural teams, correlations between this position and the status of confidant in the team,
subjective satisfaction with life, and objective stress burden. The applied methods for data
gathering are sociometric analysis measuring both leadership skills and trust, Schedule for the
Evaluation of Individual Quality of Life (SEIQoL), and The Social Readjustment Rating Scale
(SRRS). The quantitative survey was conducted on the sample of bachelor students who
attended the course 2OP337 taught at the Faculty of International Relations. The data are
evaluated mainly via correlation analysis and interpreted in the context of managerial and
psychological theories with an emphasis on the ontological stage of young adulthood. Findings
are useful for both policy makers, and university lecturers whose work is related to
management of the young adults in project teams.


leadership position, intercultural teams, young adulthood leadership, stress, life




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