GROUP DYNAMICS AND LEADERSHIP: A COLLECTIVE PROCESS CONSTRUCTION

Danilo Nunes, Neusa Maria Bastos Fernandes dos Santos, Fernando Fukunaga

Abstract


The human being is the true source of a competitive advantage. If so understood, it is necessary to break with some paradigms that guide the traditional management models. The current posture requires aptitude and willingness for change, whether in the forms of vision, action or thought. The objective of this study was to score some of these variables that should be perceived by the leader who wants to do a good job and aims to improve their skills to work with and for the groups. The research was based on productions that address this issue and what possible changes we may have in organizational environments. Everything is moving so that we have a scenario different from what we find today in organizational contexts. There will be a change in the conception of work, and with this there will be a need to review organizational practices, including the dynamics of groups and the relationship with the leadership process. This discussion calls into question the very concept of a group, and of course it is not exhausted here and, judging by the changes and future scenarios, it would not be audacious or reckless to say that they will never be exhausted. It is a continuous and uninterrupted path of discussion.


Keywords


Leadership; Groups; Organization; Collective

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.23925/2179-3565.2019v10i4p27-36

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