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Luis Felipe Llanos
Marcelo José Villarreal Coindreau

La opinión de los seguidores está tomando una mayor relevancia en la gestión del liderazgo de las organizaciones. Por ello, se buscó contrastar la percepción de los subordinados sobre si admiran a su jefe como líder, contra la opinión que tiene el propio jefe al respecto. En la muestra participaron 442 personas, 221 parejas de jefes y subordinados, de 63 empresas en México, que opinaron sobre acciones de los jefes y su liderazgo. Los resultados confirman que los subordinados tienden a admirar a sus jefes como líderes, solo si estos últimos apoyan su trabajo y confían en sus capacidades. Sin embargo, algunas opiniones de los jefes sobre su propio liderazgo, no guardan relación con lo que opinan sus subordinados. Estos hallazgos destacan la importancia de que los jefes pregunten a sus subordinados lo que opinan para que puedan fortalecer su liderazgo.

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Luis Felipe Llanos, Universidad Anáhuac

Doctor, Facultad de Economía y Negocios, Universidad Anáhuac, México.

Marcelo José Villarreal Coindreau, Universidad Anáhuac

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