Dimensiones de cultura nacional que afectarían la práctica del liderazgo de servicio: aplicación al caso ecuatoriano

Christian Benjamín Cabezas Guerra, Damián Ortiz Heredia

Resumen


El objetivo de este trabajo es presentar el tema del Liderazgo de Servicio (Servant Leadership), sus principales características, sus efectos en las organizaciones, las variables de cultura nacional que afectarían su aplicabilidad, y el desarrollo de un análisis de su posible aplicación específica al contexto ecuatoriano. Este trabajo se ha realizado mediante la recopilación de estudios teóricos y empíricos sobre la aplicación de este estilo de liderazgo en diferentes contextos y la variabilidad del funcionamiento del mismo dependiendo del contraste de contextos culturales nacionales. Este tipo de liderazgo ético basado en el interés por desarrollar a otros, podría ser de aplicación global, aunque su aceptación y funcionamiento podría variar levemente dependiendo de las dimensiones y características culturales de cada nación específica.

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