Percepção dos Comportamentos do Líder Inovador pelos seus Subordinados
We are aware of the fact that people don’t act the way they refer to in their conversations – “theories in use differ from espoused theories” (Argyris, 1999), therefore, trying to overcome the risk of assessing data biased by espoused theories, and build a questionnaire that could reach the theories in use, we chose Kelly’s repertory grid methodology.
In this paper we shall present Kelly’s methodology and the results of an exploratory survey, from which we may conclude that the social and interactive elements are central to subordinates’ perception of innovative leaders’ behaviours, in the tourism sector of the Algarve.
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