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This study aims to explore the relationships of global leadership competency, trust in the leader, and team process effectiveness. This study used quantitative research approach in 5 multinational companies in Thailand which consist of both expatriate leaders and local leaders (N = 818). This research explored relationships of the respondents’ perceptions toward global leadership competency of their direct superior, trust in leader and team process effectiveness. The research employed and modified 3 standard questionnaires hence all necessary steps for developing questionnaire included confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) to ensure content validity of all instruments in this study. This study used descriptive statistics to provide a summary of the research data on the variables. The descriptive statistical techniques included frequency, percentage, means, and standard deviation. For the inferential statistical analysis, this research employed one-way ANOVA and correlation analysis to empirically test the research questions. The findings suggested that there was high correlation between global leadership competency and trust in leader, and also found moderate correlation between global leadership competency and team process effectiveness. Recommendations for practical implication are provided at the end of this paper.
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