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La cortesia motore delle riunioni? Uno studio sperimentale

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  • Bianchi Adele
  • Di Giovanni Parisio

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La politeness del leader migliora le prestazioni di un gruppo alle prese con un compito complesso, come risolvere assieme un problema o prendere una decisione in una riunione? e la politeness di partecipanti diversi dal leader? Si tratta di quesiti di notevole interesse pratico. Se la politeness del leader e dei partecipanti dovesse migliorare le prestazioni, essere cortesi sarebbe parte integrante dell’attività produttiva: una condotta da tenere per rendere, non semplicemente perché quel lavoro richiede di entrare in rapporto con altre persone.

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  • Bianchi Adele & Di Giovanni Parisio, 2007. "La cortesia motore delle riunioni? Uno studio sperimentale," wp.comunite 0027, Department of Communication, University of Teramo.
  • Handle: RePEc:ter:wpaper:0027
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