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Fred Edward Fiedler (born July 13, 1922) is one of the leading researchers in Industrial and organizational psychology of the 20th century. He was business and management psychologist at the University of Washington. He helped this field move from the research on traits and personal characteristics of leaders, to leadership styles and behaviours. In 1967 he introduced the contingency modeling of leadership, with the now-famous Fiedler contingency model.
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Fred Fiedlers work with the contingency model of leadership provided an answer to the failings of the trait and behavioral theories and added to the understanding of the dynamics of leadership.
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Thu, 24 Jul 2014 08:22:30 -0700
“Our main goal was that people not abuse the Square,” said Fred Fiedler, its property manager. “It isn't for beachgoers. Now people seem to get a spot much quicker.” The tenants had complained for several years, he said, that people were parking at the ...
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Segundo Robbins, o primeiro modelo contingencial de liderança foi desenvolvido por Fred Fiedler na década de 60. O modelo da contingência de Fiedler relata que a eficácia do desempenho de um grupo depende da adequação entre o estilo do líder e o ...
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