Factores De Liderazgo Y Competitividad En Una Empresa De Servicios Financieros
This paper describes an applied research experience on the leadership process at a financial services company. For to the purposes of this study, leadership was viewed as a strategy for business competitiveness. The objectives were to evaluate the dominant leadership practices in the organization, involving leaders and their subordinate, and to identify through a factorial analysis the underlying dimensions of the leadership process, to orient the design of executive training and development programs. The results showed significative differences between leader self-assessment and subordinate assessment. The factorial analysis identified four dimensions, namely personal integrity, influence, coaching, and strategic skills.
Volume (Year): 2 (1999)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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