Glocalization is a holistic approach that balances global and local dimensions. As it affects organizations, glocal leadership has started to be discussed. The aim of this study is to reveal the perceptions of managers of private institutions about fulfilling glocal leadership behaviors, and investigate if there is a meaningful difference in terms of gender, age, seniority, and education level variables. This study is designed to be descriptive research using the Multidimensional Glocal Leadership Scale developed by Ercetin et. al (2011) to collect the data. The population of the research is a self-existing sample of 378 managers who work in private institutions. According to the findings, managers perceive they are fulfilling the glocal leadership behavior and its dimensions at middle level. There are some differences found for gender, age, seniority and education level variables.