Efectos del liderazgo responsable integrador y la responsabilidad social empresarial sobre el compromiso organizacional afectivo de un grupo de trabajadores colombianos

Esta investigación plantea que las empresas que promueven en sus directivos un estilo de liderazgo responsable integrador (LRI) que favorezca el despliegue de prácticas de responsabilidad social empresarial (RSE) pueden influir en el Compromiso Organizacional Afectivo (COA) de sus trabajadores. Dent...

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Autor Principal: Piñeros-Espinosa, Rafael-Alejandro
Otros Autores: Contreras, Francoise
Formato: Tesis de doctorado (Doctoral Thesis)
Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Universidad del Rosario 2021
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Acceso en línea:https://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/32515
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language Español (Spanish)
topic Sostenibilidad
Liderazgo Responsable Integrador
Compromiso organizacional afectivo
Responsabilidad Social Empresarial Estratégica (RSE)
Análisis del impacto de los estilos de liderazgo en el compromiso de los trabajadores
Administración general
Sustainability
Integrative Responsible Leadership
Affective organizational commitment
Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility
Analysis of the impact of leadership styles on employee engagement
spellingShingle Sostenibilidad
Liderazgo Responsable Integrador
Compromiso organizacional afectivo
Responsabilidad Social Empresarial Estratégica (RSE)
Análisis del impacto de los estilos de liderazgo en el compromiso de los trabajadores
Administración general
Sustainability
Integrative Responsible Leadership
Affective organizational commitment
Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility
Analysis of the impact of leadership styles on employee engagement
Piñeros-Espinosa, Rafael-Alejandro
Efectos del liderazgo responsable integrador y la responsabilidad social empresarial sobre el compromiso organizacional afectivo de un grupo de trabajadores colombianos
description Esta investigación plantea que las empresas que promueven en sus directivos un estilo de liderazgo responsable integrador (LRI) que favorezca el despliegue de prácticas de responsabilidad social empresarial (RSE) pueden influir en el Compromiso Organizacional Afectivo (COA) de sus trabajadores. Dentro de este marco, el objetivo de este estudio es describir el COA de un grupo de trabajadores y determinar si éste se ve influido por el LRI de los directivos. Así mismo se evaluó el rol mediador de la RSE, como constructo integral. Para lograr este propósito se desarrolló un modelo hipotético de la relación causal entre las variables de estudio, y posteriormente se validó en un grupo de 309 trabajadores que pertenecen a empresas colombianas.
author2 Contreras, Francoise
author_facet Contreras, Francoise
Piñeros-Espinosa, Rafael-Alejandro
format Tesis de doctorado (Doctoral Thesis)
author Piñeros-Espinosa, Rafael-Alejandro
author_sort Piñeros-Espinosa, Rafael-Alejandro
title Efectos del liderazgo responsable integrador y la responsabilidad social empresarial sobre el compromiso organizacional afectivo de un grupo de trabajadores colombianos
title_short Efectos del liderazgo responsable integrador y la responsabilidad social empresarial sobre el compromiso organizacional afectivo de un grupo de trabajadores colombianos
title_full Efectos del liderazgo responsable integrador y la responsabilidad social empresarial sobre el compromiso organizacional afectivo de un grupo de trabajadores colombianos
title_fullStr Efectos del liderazgo responsable integrador y la responsabilidad social empresarial sobre el compromiso organizacional afectivo de un grupo de trabajadores colombianos
title_full_unstemmed Efectos del liderazgo responsable integrador y la responsabilidad social empresarial sobre el compromiso organizacional afectivo de un grupo de trabajadores colombianos
title_sort efectos del liderazgo responsable integrador y la responsabilidad social empresarial sobre el compromiso organizacional afectivo de un grupo de trabajadores colombianos
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spelling ir-10336-325152021-09-24T08:02:52Z Efectos del liderazgo responsable integrador y la responsabilidad social empresarial sobre el compromiso organizacional afectivo de un grupo de trabajadores colombianos Effects of integrative responsible leadership and corporate social responsibility on the affective organizational commitment of a group of colombian workers Piñeros-Espinosa, Rafael-Alejandro Contreras, Francoise Reyes-Ortiz, Giovanni-Efrain Grupo de Investigación en Dirección y Gerencia Sostenibilidad Liderazgo Responsable Integrador Compromiso organizacional afectivo Responsabilidad Social Empresarial Estratégica (RSE) Análisis del impacto de los estilos de liderazgo en el compromiso de los trabajadores Administración general Sustainability Integrative Responsible Leadership Affective organizational commitment Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility Analysis of the impact of leadership styles on employee engagement Esta investigación plantea que las empresas que promueven en sus directivos un estilo de liderazgo responsable integrador (LRI) que favorezca el despliegue de prácticas de responsabilidad social empresarial (RSE) pueden influir en el Compromiso Organizacional Afectivo (COA) de sus trabajadores. Dentro de este marco, el objetivo de este estudio es describir el COA de un grupo de trabajadores y determinar si éste se ve influido por el LRI de los directivos. Así mismo se evaluó el rol mediador de la RSE, como constructo integral. Para lograr este propósito se desarrolló un modelo hipotético de la relación causal entre las variables de estudio, y posteriormente se validó en un grupo de 309 trabajadores que pertenecen a empresas colombianas. This research suggests that companies that promote an integrative responsible leadership style (IRL) in their managers will favor the deployment of corporate social responsibility (CSR) practices and influence the Affective Organizational Commitment (AOC) of their employees. Within this framework, the objective of this study is to describe the AOC of a group of employees and determine if it is influenced by the IRL. Likewise, the mediating role of CSR was evaluated, as an integral construct. 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