Author(s): Enaidy Reynosa Navarro, Emilia Lastenia Urbina Ganvini, Sissy Doris De La Torre Zavala, Leslie Melissa Niño Becerra, Ana María Orbegoso Dávila, Cynthia Kathya Saldaña Bernal, Enrique Armando Montoya Ulloa, Julissa Cruz Rosas
The objective of this study was to systematize the results of a pedagogical experience carried out with second year students of the Universidad César Vallejo, Peru (UCV). The academic subject was Personal Development (curriculum B and C of the UCV educational model). It was developed through 33 experiential leadership workshops conducted by lecturers of the above-mentioned subject. Population: 1522 students. Sample: 1316; attendance rate: 86%. As a teaching-learning methodology, the Flipped Classroom was used, through which students researched (semi-presential) and discussed (presential) the characteristics of the entrepreneurial leader. For this purpose, work teams were formed (between 5 and 6 members). This allowed the students to systematize their individual findings until they reached collective and definite conclusions. Finally, the study establishes a hierarchy of the fundamental (level 1), relevant (level 2) and complementary (level 3) characteristics of the entrepreneurial leader, by grouping them into a ranking of integral characteristics.