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Teoria Contingencial de Fiedler: a aplicação prática da escala Least Prefered Co-Worker (LPC)

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  • Maria Rosa Pires da Cruz

    () (NECE, Universidade da Beira Interior)

  • António Nunes e Paulo Pinheiro

    (Departamento de Gestão e Economia, Universidade da Beira Interior)

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Tendo por objectivo apresentar algumas considerações sobre sobre a liderança contingencial, esta investigação centra-se na teoria de Fiedler, cuja premissa básica é de que o desempenho do grupo é contingencial na medida em que depende da interacção dos estilos de liderança e das situações favaoráveis para o líder. A liderança é um tema que tem suscitado muito interesse entre as pessoas, sendo provavelmente uma das preocupações mais antigas da humanidade. Fiedler utiliza a distinção entre estilos de liderança com diferentes tipos de situação com vista a determinar quais as contingências que tornam eficaz um ou outro estilo. Tendo por base a teoria de Fiedler, elaborou-se um estudo de caso aplicado à associação CABOUBI a fim de verificar a aplicabilidade de uma das medidas preconizadas por esta teoria (Least Prefered Co-Worker).

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  • Maria Rosa Pires da Cruz & António Nunes e Paulo Pinheiro, 2010. "Teoria Contingencial de Fiedler: a aplicação prática da escala Least Prefered Co-Worker (LPC)," Working Papers de Gestão, Economia e Marketing (Management, Economics and Marketing Working Papers) td08_2010, Universidade da Beira Interior, Departamento de Gestão e Economia (Portugal).
  • Handle: RePEc:csh:wpecon:td08_2010
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    Liderança; Teoria Contingencial; Fiedler; LPC;

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