¿CÓMO ES EL LIDERAZGO DE LA JUVENTUD LATINOAMERICANA? LIDERAZGO, SEXO Y PAÍS

Resumen

Muchos trabajos ha estudiado el liderazgo pero poco sobre Latinoamérica. Hemos evaluado el liderazgo de 427 jóvenes de 16 países de América Latina y España participantes del Programa de Liderazgo para la Competitividad Global  (GCL) de la Universidad de Georgetown en los años 2007-2019, intentando establecer si hay diferencias significativas con el perfil de otros líderes en Europa y Estados Unidos, así como en términos de sexo y país. Hemos encontrado que son similares a otros líderes a nivel mundial, con una alta homogeniedad en el grupo y sin encontrar diferencias significativas por sexo o país, pero pueden ser caracterizados más como “lideres paternalistas” (Hiller et col. 2019). Los resultados sugieren que hay gran similitud entre líderes, independientemente de su sexo o país de origen. Diferentes países, diferente sexo, similar liderazgo.

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