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The Role of Institutional Leadership in Employee Motivation, Satisfaction, and Personal Development—Design of a Research Proposal

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Abstract

In order to study the institutional leadership in employee motivation, satisfaction, and personal development the present chapter looks to present the design of a research proposal that can serve as a guide for the development of a thesis on this subject. In this sense, and in order to pursue the proposed objectives, in a first moment, we begin by presenting the theme, the research question, and the objectives to be achieved in research. After this Introduction section, the lecturer can find a Literature Revision focusing and discussing in a critical perspective the main theories/models concerning the theme under study, followed by the research methodology underlying the research development. Here, the researcher seeks to present and justify the methodological options adopted. A brief outline of the work is presented, followed by the references used in this research proposal, plus references understood as pertinent to the future development of the research work.

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