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Ana Laguía

Juan Antonio Moriano https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8332-1314

Fernando Molero https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9789-9822

Cristina García-Ael https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9460-9268

Rolf van Dick https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6308-9466

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Resumen

Este artículo describe la adaptación y validación del Identity Leadership Inventory (ILI) en contextos organizacionales en España. Asimismo, este estudio explora empíricamente la relación positiva entre este estilo de liderazgo y el work engagement de los seguidores, mediada por el afecto positivo y negativo en el trabajo. Un total de 854 empleados (53.6% mujeres, 46.4% hombres; M = 40.7 años, SD = 11.5, 19–74) cumplimentaron un cuestionario online. Se realizaron análisis descriptivos y factoriales confirmatorios. Los resultados indicaron que la versión española del ILI presenta adecuadas propiedades psicométricas. Las cuatro dimensiones obtenidas en otros países (prototipicidad de la identidad, promoción de la identidad, emprendimiento de la identidad y establecimiento de la identidad) fueron replicadas en nuestra muestra. Únicamente el emprendimiento de la identidad se relacionó significativamente con el afecto positivo y negativo en el trabajo de los seguidores, los cuales, a su vez, se relacionaron con el engagement reportado. Concluimos, por tanto, que la versión española del ILI mide adecuadamente el liderazgo en las organizaciones desde la perspectiva de la identidad social. Futuros estudios se pueden apoyar en este instrumento para valorar y promover este estilo de liderazgo.

Keywords

leadership, social identity, positive affect, work engagement, Identity Leadership Inventoryliderazgo, identidad social, afecto positivo, work engagement, Inventario de Liderazgo Identitario

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Cómo citar
Laguía, A., Moriano, J. A., Molero, F., García-Ael, C., & van Dick, R. (2021). Liderazgo basado en la identidad y work engagement en España: Una adaptación transcultural del Inventario de Liderazgo Identitario (ILI). Universitas Psychologica, 20, 1–13. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.upsy20.ilwe
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