Liderança: revisitando e reformulando as grandes questões da teoria e da prática

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Juliana Mansur
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7525-0691
Gustavo Tavares
Urszula Lagowska
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4137-8037
Liliane Furtado
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3510-8321

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Esta apresentação é uma introdução à edição especial do Cadernos EBAPE.BR sobre liderança. Em resposta aos recentes apelos por estudos de liderança mais rigorosos, os editores desta edição pretendem apresentar estudos que adotem uma abordagem inovadora para avaliar os processos de liderança. Os artigos selecionados demonstram originalidade em termos de enquadramento conceitual, metodologia e implicações para a teoria e a prática. O conjunto de quatro estudos, três selecionados e um convidado, permite ao leitor explorar diversos temas e pontos de vista. De modo geral, os artigos abordam a liderança como um fenômeno que ainda não é totalmente compreendido, mas que pode ser explorado a partir de múltiplas perspectivas teóricas e metodológicas. Os editores desta edição também apresentam sua avaliação sobre o estado da pesquisa sobre liderança no Brasil e oferecem sugestões para estudos futuros.

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Mansur, J., Tavares, G., Lagowska, U., & Furtado, L. (2023). Liderança: revisitando e reformulando as grandes questões da teoria e da prática. Cadernos EBAPE.BR, 21(6), e2023–0161. https://doi.org/10.1590/1679-395120230161x
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