Diagnostic Opportunities for Sex-Role Stereotypes in the Formation of Hybrid Management Teams

  • Larissa Nazyrova, Natalya Ladzina, Raushan Tyulyupergeneva, Alma Akazhanova, Aizhan Nurgaliyeva


The relevance of the problem under study is due to the need for psychological support for the leader in the formation of hybrid management teams. The increase in the number of women in management structures, while maintaining the traditional sex-role stereotypes and multi-ethnicity of management teams, are orienting researchers to search for tools to diagnose and predict disruption of interaction and areas of potential conflicts in hybrid teams. The purpose of the study is to test the method of repertory grids for the study of sex-role stereotypes in the formation of hybrid management teams. The results of the study. The article presents a diagnostic model for the study of sex role stereotypes in hybrid management teams using the repertory grid technique of G. Kelly; an algorithm for developing repertory grids and checking results using focus groups is described. Practical significance. The diagnostic model allows the use of repertory grids as an effective method for identifying existing sex-role stereotypes of members of a hybrid management team and based on the results obtained to build an effective discussion and adoption of values ​​and rules of team work in hybrid management teams.