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Case Studies | Psychology Science | Congo (DRC) | Volume 10 Issue 7, July 2021
The Qualities Expected as Characteristic Traits of a Good Chef
Abstract: This study is a diagnosis of the qualities of a leader through the opinions expressed by subordinates. To be qualified as 'good', subordinates expect him to have certain personality traits through which he manages to: a) encourage involvement at work; b) mobilize members to achieve the targeted objectives; c) Demonstrate the absence of a divide between his speech and reality. Depending on his ways of being and acting, the leader is judged competent by those he commands. He is qualified as good or not by those who depend on him. Given the complexity of the personality of the leader, the expected qualities have been subdivided into four categories in an ideal construction. We have: physical, relational, technical and moral qualities. It is in this perspective that a questionnaire of twenty-four items, six per category, was designed to identify the expected qualities. A semi-structured interview, as a data production tool, made it possible to confirm the predominant category and even its raison d'?tre by using statistical calculations through analysis of variance and correlations.
Keywords: Trait, quality, personality, social judgment, leader
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 7, July 2021,
Pages: 961 - 967