About the Journal :
The Journal of Human Development and Education for Specialized Research is an academic journal issued by the Scientific Institute for Advanced Training and Studies. The aim of this journal is to disseminate serious studies based on theoretical and field research, and to promote multidisciplinary studies in human development, management and education for specialized research and become a leading journal in human development and education in the world. The Journal also aims at publishing theoretical and applied researches in the fields of human development and education for specialized research such as human resources management, business administration, communication sciences, development studies, economic sciences, education sciences, history, industrial relations, media sciences, psychology, Public administration, religious studies and others.
This analytical study was conducted to identify the role of Management Leadership in the management of cultural diversity and its relation to organizational conflict by analyzing the relationship between the three variables: Management Leadership, cultural diversity of human resources, organizational conflict. The aim was to learn how to integrate management leadership with cultural diversity and their relationship with organizational conflict. Through documentary analysis of primary and secondary sources, to answer the question of the study and achieve its objectives arising from the objectives of the Conference on the development of human resources and the enhancement of expertise and administrative capabilities in the field of development.
When Western culture meets Eastern culture through: multinational organizations, the knowledge society, or the internationalization of production. In the business environment, there are cultures that represent human values, either innate difficult to change it or acquired can be changed, and as cultures reflect behaviors, this leads to appear the conflict between workers of different cultures. Thus, management leadership patterns: democracy, charisma, or ethical especially in the presence of organizational conflict.