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Kelly’s fundamental postulate: …

Kelly’s fundamental postulate:

A person’s processes are psychologically channelized by the way he (or she) anticipates events.


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  • 1. Challenges coworkers doesnt careChallenges coworkers doesn’t set challenging goals Reflect the individual’s cognitive structure and complexity
  • 2. Individuals: a leader, teacher, father ...Actions: innovate, motivateObjects: a job, well-beingQualities: creativity, loyalty
  • 3. 1. Elicit elements and constructs2. Build a table with elements and constructs (a questionnaire, for example)3. Explore data clarifying the structure within the constructs and relations between the elements
  • 4. Maria Líder Líder Não Raul Ideal Inovador Inovador Leader William Líder Non Inovador Inovative Myself leaderInnovative Non Leader Inovative LPC leader
  • 5. 1 - I totally agree with A sentence 2 - I partially agree with A sentence 3 - I neither agree or disagree with A, neither with B, or it’s not relevant 4 - I partially agree with B sentence 5 - I totally agree with B sentence Non My Innovative A Sentence Innovative B Sentence Manager Manager Manager1-He(she) appreciates 1. He (she) doesn’t 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5originality. appreciate originality.2-He (she) tries new ways of 2. The rules are defined, 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5doing the work. they must be followed. 3. He (she) attributes the3-The results must always be 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 good results to his ownallocated to the team. merit.4-He (she) commits the all 3. He (she) doesn’t 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5team with the objectives. communicate the goals. 3. He (she) doesn’t know5-He (she) knows to praise 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 how to praise, just towho deserves it. punish.
  • 6. Decision Making Skills Relational Skills (α=.895)(α=.895)  He (she) shares his (her)He (she) understands knowledge. quickly the new situations.  He (she) commits the all teamHe (she) is dynamic in his with the objectives. (her) work.  He (she) shares theHe (she) is entrepreneur and dynamic. information, because it enriches the team.He (she) is self confident in any circumstances.  The results must always beHe (she) is not afraid of allocated to the team. failure.  He (she) explains clearly whatHe (she) is able to balance he (she) wants from each one technical and human issues of his (her) coworker.He(she) appreciates  He (she) knows to praise who originality. deserves it.He (she) is firm and secure in his (her) decisions.  In front of him (her) people He (she) tries new ways of don’t feel inhibit to ask a doing the work. difficult question.
  • 7. CONFIRMATORY FACTOR ANALYSIS2 DIMENTIONS:• DECISION MAKING SKILLS• RELATIONAL SKILLS Indicators Innovative Leader My Manager 2/gl 2.02 1.47 GFI .97 .97 AGFI .94 .93 Pop.Gamma Index .97 .96 REMSEA .06 .06
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  • 10. INNOVATIVE NON INNOVATIVE
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