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Leadership, and Team Success in Work Psychology

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Claudia Vazquez

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Leadership, and Team Success in Work Psychology Team 8:

Berenice Lara
Ana Karen Zamarripa
Claudia Vazquez
Omar Morales
Guion (1965: 817) . ¨The scientific study of the relationship between man and the world of work: the study of people's adjustment to the places you go, people to meet and the things you do in the process of becoming a site¨

Rodríguez (1998:23) ¨the psychology of workstudies people in their individual and social dimensions in work-related situations trying to understand and solve problems that arise in this area¨ Psycology of work The philosopher
Hugo Landolfi (Daft, 2006)
Leadership success Team Work Pereda, Berrocal and Alonso (2008) say that the psychology of work has to solve new problems such as issues relating to career guidance for unemployed, disabled, immigrants and retirement and early retirement among workers. Vertical Unit:
Double Unit of Psycology of Work Horizontal Unit:
4 important implications 1) 2) 3) 4) -Contingency theory that
focuses on the readiness of the followers.
-This suggests that under the personal characteristics of the followers and the environment determines the behavior of the leader.
Situational Leadership Theory Hersey and Blanchard. Charismatic Leader:
Types of leadership Natural leader
Superior Intelligence Leader : Autocratic Leader Shepherd Leader Commanding General Leaders of royalty

Formal Informal Forming




The Five-Stage Model Is defined as an end or termination of a business, issue or task (RAE, 2012).
''Is to know the purpose of life, grow to their maximum potential and sowing seeds that benefit others'' (Maxwell, 2008) Theory of Needs successful relationship with the theories Flow theory
1. Focus on one main goal

2. Focus on continuous improvement

3. Forget the past

4. Focus on the future There are four principles to achieve maximum potential: -Agüera,E . (2004). Liderazgo y Compromiso Social. México: Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla.
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-Maslow, A. (1973). El hombre autorrealizado. Barcelona: editorial Kairos.
-Maxwell, John C (2008) Éxito 101, USA: Thomas Nelson, Inc.
References Pereda S., Berrocal F., Alonso M. (2008). Psicología del trabajo. España: Sintesis
Robbins, S. P., y Judge, T. A. (2011). Organizational behavior. (14 ed.). New Jersey:Prentice Hall.RAE Real

Academia Española (2012). Concepto de Éxito. España: RAE. (Consultado 19/Marzo/2012), en línea: http://www.rae.es/rae.html

Robbins, S. y Coulter,M. (2005). Administration. Mexico: Pearson Education, Prentice Hall. .
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