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Relación En Las Percepciones Del Estilo De Liderazgo Del Jefe Inmediato Con El Desempeño Laboral De Los Estudiantes En Práctica De Universidad Icesi

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    A partir de la experiencia con practicantes, el Centro de Desarrollo Profesional de la Universidad Icesi (CEDEP) encontró que uno de los aspectos que intervienen en el desempeño durante la primera experiencia laboral, es el estilo de liderazgo de los jefes inmediatos. Esta investigación de carácter exploratorio muestra cuáles estilos de liderazgo de los jefes (basados en las dos percepciones: del jefe y del estudiante de su jefe, recogidas a través de cuestionarios), se relacionan más con el desempeño de los practicantes. Se concluye que en la medida en que el estudiante perciba que su jefe tiene un estilo de liderazgo múltiple (directivo, participativo, orientado a metas y considerado), su desempeño en la práctica será mejor.

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    Article provided by UNIVERSIDAD ICESI in its journal ESTUDIOS GERENCIALES.

    Volume (Year): (2011)
    Issue (Month): (March)

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    Handle: RePEc:col:000129:008512
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