Brazilian Army leadership in mission in Haiti

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  • Paolo Rosi D'Avila Universidade de Brasilia
  • Fátima Bayma de Oliveira FGV EBAPE
  • Daniela Martins Diniz Universidade Federal de São João del Rei (UFSJ)
  • Anderson de Souza Sant'Anna FGV EAESP

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The aim of this paper is to analyze the roles and profiles of military leaders required in the context of the Brazilian Army's peacekeeping mission in Haiti. Qualitative research is conducted in the context of the "United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti", from interviews with leaders of the Brazilian Army. The results reveal that the investigated context requires a relational and people-oriented leadership profile, including sensitive to emotional aspects, as well as leaders capable of recovering of collective. Therefore, the leadership authority derives more from the ability of social interaction than from the formal power. 

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2021-01-06 — Atualizado em 2021-06-24

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