A influência da Inteligência Emocional nas Competências Interpessoais do Gerente de Projetos e Sucesso no Gerenciamento de Projetos
Keywords:Inteligência Emocional, Gestão de Projetos, Sucesso no Gerenciamento de Projetos.
A inteligência emocional é um termo relativamente novo que desde de sua origem é estudado no ambiente de trabalho em geral. Contudo, nos últimos anos tem surgido estudos com foco em inteligência emocional e gestão de projetos. Além disso, alguns autores têm buscado entender como se dá a relação entre as competências interpessoais do gerente de projetos e o sucesso no gerenciamento de projetos com o grau de inteligência emocional dos gestores. Este artigo tem como objetivo construir proposições que relacionem a inteligência emocional com as competências interpessoais do gerente de projetos e o sucesso no gerenciamento de projeto. Para isso, foi feito uma revisão sistemática da literatura na temática. Com os resultados, espera-se fornecer subsídios teóricos para formulação de hipóteses que possam vir a serem testadas em futuros estudos empíricos.
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