LEADERSHIP MODELS AND THEIR IMPACT ON QUALITY OF LIFE AT WORK FOR EMPLOYEES IN BRAZILIAN COMPANIES
Keywords:Quality Life at Work, Leadership Models, Perception, People management
The purpose of this article is presenting a reflection on Leadership Models and their positive or negative impacts on the quality of life of employees in the company. To carry out the study, the theoretical part and bibliographic research were initially started, thus having an approximation of concepts, in addition to the identification of key factors to be evaluated. A quantitative descriptive methodology was used with a survey applied to employees of companies in several different areas of work. The field research took place between June 25, 2019and July 3, 2019. Regarding the nature of the data, the method used was an exploratory research with 20 questions on the subject of Leadership Models and the impacts on the quality of life of the worker. Questions were selected regarding the type of market the worker works in, gender, types of leadership, and autonomy at work, incentives and quality of life. The results show that it is possible that the leadership model has a significant impact on the quality of life at work and that even workers having access to their leaders most of the time and even having incentives at work, believe that the participatory leadership model interferes positively in the perception of quality of life at work.
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