Comportamento de liderança não saudável e retenção de funcionários que roda a excelência acadêmica no ensino superior de uma abordagem realista crítica

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.22633/rpge.v25i3.15843

Palavras-chave:

Excelência acadêmica, Retenção de funcionários, Ensino superior, Compromisso organizacional, Comportamento de liderança insalubre

Resumo

Comportamento de liderança insalubre, também conhecido como teoria do líder tóxico. Afeta a base de funcionários e cria ambientes para serem menos eficazes devido ao estresse, desvalorização e possível perda de emprego. E hoje, esse desafio também abala a excelência acadêmica no ensino superior. Este artigo deu um passo gigantesco para investigar o comportamento prejudicial de liderança e a retenção de funcionários que afetam a excelência acadêmica e sugeriu uma estratégia de enfrentamento por meio da adoção de uma abordagem realista crítica. Essa abordagem é usada e adotada para compreender a relação significativa entre o comportamento não saudável de liderança, a retenção de funcionários e a excelência acadêmica. O estudo está centrado em 48 chefes de unidades de universidades públicas e privadas. Os resultados revelam que a falta de satisfação no trabalho e compromisso organizacional são galopantes entre os educadores superiores devido ao comportamento de liderança doentio que leva a implicações na satisfação no trabalho, retenção no trabalho e compromisso organizacional que são componentes-chave da produtividade organizacional.

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Biografia do Autor

Adeniyi Temitope Adetunji, Admiralty University of Nigeria (ADUN), Ibusa – Nigeria

Department of Business Administration. Ph.D.

Hieu Minh Vu, Van Lang University (VANLANGUNI), Ho Chi Minh – Vietnam

Faculty of Business Administration. Ph.D.

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08/12/2021

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TEMITOPE ADETUNJI, A.; MINH VU, H. Comportamento de liderança não saudável e retenção de funcionários que roda a excelência acadêmica no ensino superior de uma abordagem realista crítica. Revista on line de Política e Gestão Educacional, Araraquara, v. 25, n. 3, p. 2589–2610, 2021. DOI: 10.22633/rpge.v25i3.15843. Disponível em: https://periodicos.fclar.unesp.br/rpge/article/view/15843. Acesso em: 24 maio. 2022.