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Maquiavellian leadership and its impacts in the generation of knowledge

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Joemar Braga Alves
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Social Sciences and Humanities
Abstract: 

This article intends to open space for future research on the development of more effective leaderships in Higher Education Institutions (IES), in the sense that when the teacher perceives that his leader's actions are abusive can signal and even protect himself from the effects that Such actions may cause in their performance and organizational well-being. Private Higher Education Institutions (IES), like all profit organizations, need to survive in the business world, not only by providing quality education but by ensuring profits for the operation of their activities. These need to guarantee the adequate application of their resources to be able to capture clients / students and survive in a capitalist world in which the search for capital is increasingly frenetic, no matter how much the means must be applied to conquer it, that is, in words Of Machiavelli: "The End justifies the means". And in this scenario of the great competitions arise the modern questions about the possible styles or types of leadership that would be more adequate to make the organizations reach their objectives, that is, it would be necessary to make that the organizations reach their objectives that the directions Or coordinators of higher education apply abusive supervision, because what has been observed, currently, is that in the eagerness to earn profits, or reach their goals, some leaders of IES has been leaning in the lines of Machiavelli and are very inclined to exercise leadership Abusive. Thus, the key point of the research will be to analyze the impacts of an abusive coordination on the performance of teachers in the work with focus on "knowledge generation"; Such a study is of great relevance to the organizational world and, mainly, to Higher Education Institutions (HEIs), since these are the main ones responsible for "knowledge generation".

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