Worldview Aspects of Leadership Phenomenon: Problem Statement

Tatiana Danylova, Halyna Salata


In the new millennium, the urgent need for effective leadership becomes more apparent than ever before. Rapidly developing processes of globalization, in the context of societies moving from modernity toward postmodernity, generate more and more contradictory effects. The contemporary world requires a new generation of leaders in education, business, government and non-governmental structures, responsible, open, integral, courageous, capable of critical thinking individuals who recognize the common mission of all humankind and seek to contribute to a better future. The paper attempts to analyze certain worldview aspects of leadership phenomenon.


leader; leadership; worldview; reality tunnels; critical thinking; decision making

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