A influência da diferenciação das relações líder-membro no comprometimento com a unidade de trabalho: o papel mediador do clima de apoio

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Investigámos se a influência da diferenciação de LMX (o quanto a qualidade das relações de líder-membro dentro de uma unidade de trabalho varia) no comprometimento com a unidade de trabalho é mediada pelo clima de apoio. Testámos essa relação mediada em uma amostra composta por 30 unidades de saúde. Os resultados obtidos mostraram que a diferenciação da LMX medida no Tempo 1 foi negativamente relacionada ao clima de suporte da unidade de trabalho medido um ano depois (Tempo 2), que por sua vez foi positivamente relacionado ao comprometimento com a unidade de trabalho medido no Tempo 2. O efeito indireto negativo da diferenciação da LMX no comprometimento com a unidade de trabalho por meio do clima de apoio foi estatisticamente significativo. O nosso estudo contribui para uma melhor compreensão do papel da diferenciação do LMX no funcionamento da unidade de trabalho.

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teoria de troca líder-membro; qualidade de troca de líder-membro; diferenciação de LMX; clima de apoio; comprometimento de unidade de trabalho

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2019-07-31
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GONZÁLEZ-ROMÁ, Vicente; LE BLANC, Pascale M.. A influência da diferenciação das relações líder-membro no comprometimento com a unidade de trabalho: o papel mediador do clima de apoio. Psychologica, [S.l.], v. 62, n. 1, p. 99-118, jul. 2019. ISSN 1647-8606. Disponível em: <https://impactum-journals.uc.pt/psychologica/article/view/6869>. Acesso em: 24 ago. 2019.
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