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Title: Quinn’s Leadership Roles: A Confirmatory Factor Analysis Study in Portuguese Health Services
Authors: Parreira, Pedro
Albino Lopes
Fátima Salgueiro
Carla Carvalho
Anabela Salgueiro-Oliveira
Amélia Castilho
Lisete Mónico
Cristina Arreguy Sena
Fonseca, César
Editors: Lopes, Manuel
Keywords: Leadership;
Quinn’s CVF questionnaire;
health services;
Quinn’s competing values.
Issue Date: 1-Aug-2015
Citation: Pedro Parreira; Albino Lopes; Fátima Salgueiro; Carla Carvalho; Anabela Salgueiro-Oliveira; Amélia Castilho; Lisete Mónico; Cristina Arreguy Sena; Fonseca César. (2015) Quinn’s Leadership Roles: A Confirmatory Factor Analysis Study in Portuguese Health Services Revista Ibero-Americana de Salud y Envejecimiento 2015. 1(2): 178 – 202.
Abstract: Purpose: To evaluate psychometric properties of Quinn’s leadership questionnaire (CFV questionnaire; 1988) to the Portuguese health services. Design: Cross-sectional study, using the Quinn’s leadership questionnaire, administered to registered nurses and physicians in Portuguese health care services (N = 687). Method: Self-administered survey applied to two samples. In the first (of convenience; N = 249 Portuguese health professionals) were performed exploratory factor and reliability analysis to the CFV questionnaire. In the second sample (stratified; N = 50 surgical units of 33 Portuguese hospitals) was performed confirmatory factor analysis using LISREL 8.80. Findings: The first sample supported an eight-factor solution accounting for 65.46% of the variance, in an interpretable factorial structure (loadings> .50), with Cronbach’s α upper than .79. This factorial structure, replicated with the second sample, showed reasonable fit for each of the 8 leadership roles, quadrants, and global model. The models evidenced, generally, nomological validity, with scores between good and acceptable (.235 < x2/df < 2.055 e .00 < RMSEA < .077). Conclusions: Quinn’s leadership questionnaire presented good reliability and validity for the eight leadership roles, showing to be suitable for use in hospital health care context. Key-Words: Leadership; Quinn’s CVF questionnaire; health services; Quinn’s competing values.
Type: article
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