Liderazgo, poder y calidad de vida profesional en un contexto hospitalario
Arévalo Peña, Martha
Burbano Erazo, Dayra
Quintero Jiménez, Ana Carolina
The purpose of this study is to describe the relationship between leadership styles, the perception of health care personnel regarding the tactics of influence and the perception of the quality of their working life in a hospital at Bogota. For this, we used three instruments MLQ-5X, IBQ and CVP35 respectively. Positive relationships were found between two components of the quality of professional life, strong associations between influence tactics that are characterized by a focus on knowledge as a mediator in the work and, in relation to leadership styles, the tactics of legitimation and pressure relate to the transactional style.