Percepção dos professores da área contábil em relação a relevância do soft skill para o sucesso profissional

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https://doi.org/10.7769/gesec.v14i5.2081

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Soft Skill, Habilidade Socioemocionais, Contabilidade

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O desenvolvimento dos soft skills (SS) é uma demanda do mercado de trabalho para os profissionais da área contábil. Os professores das IES deveriam discutir um conjunto de SS, a serem exploradas no ensino de graduação para atender as necessidades do mercado.  O objetivo deste estudo é avaliar e comparar as percepções dos professores de contabilidade do ensino superior em relação à importância, prioridade e o desenvolvimento de um conjunto de SS identificado pelo mercado de trabalho, na formação dos futuros profissionais de contabilidade. Uma amostra de 421 professores, atuantes em cursos de Ciências Contábeis, analisou um conjunto de SS percebidas como importantes pelo mercado e pela própria academia, e indicaram o aprendizado contínuo, resolução de problemas, ética, comunicação e pensamento crítico como as principais SS que os futuros profissionais deveriam desenvolver. Identificou-se um grande gap, entre importância das SS e a avaliação de seu desenvolvimento entre os estudantes. A pesquisa demonstra ainda que os docentes entendem que o desenvolvimento das SS se dá dentro e fora das salas de aula nas IES, e que o mercado teria uma leve preferência para o desenvolvimento de SS em relação as hard skills entre os estudantes. Este estudo dá suporte ao desenvolvimento de novas estratégias para que as IES juntamente com o mercado, possam preparar melhor os futuros profissionais contábeis para um ambiente competitivo e exigente.

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2023-05-02

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Miranda, C. de S., & de Oliveira Neto, J. D. (2023). Percepção dos professores da área contábil em relação a relevância do soft skill para o sucesso profissional. Revista De Gestão E Secretariado, 14(5), 6783–6806. https://doi.org/10.7769/gesec.v14i5.2081