1. Q . Managers and leaders are different because:
. Managers learn a set of skills for planning, organizing directing, and controling.
. Leaders must find the capacity to help create a vision of what the organization can be.
. Leadership calls for caring about and engaging the whole employee.
. Managers maintain stability while leaders promote change.
2. Q. Leadership is an because of all EXCEPT;
. Leadership is a growing body of objective facts and knowledge
. Leadership has skills that cannot be learned from a textbook.
. Leadership takes practice.
. Leadership takes hands-on experience.
3. Q. Effective leaders and effective followers are:
. people with different traits.
.people with different behaviors.
. the same people, playing the same role.
. the same people, playing different roles at different times.
4. Q. Possessing the traits of honesty and integrity are essential for leaders in order to:
. build productice relationships.
. build trust.
.both build productive relationship and build trust.
. seek achievement.
5. Q. “High-high” leadership behavior is generally considered desirable because:
. leaders display concern for both people and production.
. leaders will meet people-oriented and task-oriented needs simultaneously.
.both leaders displyaconcern for both people and production and leaders will meet people-oriented and task-oriented needs simultaneously.
.task-oriented behavior was associated with higher productivity.
6 Q. In the leadership Grid, the tern Country Club Management refers to:
. the exertion of minimum efforts to get required work done.
. efficiency in operations from arranging work conditions.
. thoughtful attention to the needs of people for satisfying relationships.
.work accomplishment from committed people and interdependence.
7. Q Trait research has identified all of the following categories as essential to leadership EXCEPT:
. work -related characteristics.
8 Q. Drive is considered essential to effective leasership because:
. leaders with drive seek achievement’.
. leaders with drive actively pursue goals.
. leaders with drive have stamina
. all of these choices
9. Q. Team management is:
. Â recommended because organization members work together to accomplish tasks.
. considered the most effective style
. used when efficiency in operations s the dominant orientation.
. both recommeded because organization members work together to accomplish tasks and considered the most effective style.
10 Q. To use Fiedler’s Contingency Theory, a leader needs to know:
. wether his leadership style is relationship oriented.
. wheter his leadership style is task-oriented.
. the organizational situation.
. all of these choices
11 Q Â Hersey and Blanchard’s Situational Theory Focuses on;
. the characteristics of followers as an important element of the situation.
. the readiness of the leader
. the characteristics of the leader
. whether the situation is favorable or unfavorable to the leader.
12 Q. The path-goal theory includes all EXCEPT;
. clarifying the flower’s path to the rewards that are available
. determining whether the situation is favaroble or unfavorable to the leader.
. increasing the rewards the follower values and desires.
working with subordinates to indentify behaviors for task accomplishment.
13.Q. In the V room-Jago model, the leaders Decision Styles do NOT inclyde;
14 Q. The big five personality dimension do NOT include:
. emotional stability
. opennes to experience
15 q. aPERSON WITH AN INTERNAL LOCUS OF CONTROL:
. believes that luck is the key to success
. feels that there is little control over events
. places primary responsibility on outside forces
. believes they are”masters of their own fate”
16 Q. A theory Y leader believes all EXCEPT:
. subordinates enjoy work
. subordinates are lazy and dislike work
. subordinates seek responsibility
. subordinates will exercise creativity and imagination
17 Q When the perceiver develops an overall impression of a person or situation based on one characteristic________ occurs.
. perceptual defense
. the halo effect
. external attribution
18 Q A person with an overall positive self-concept has:
. low self-esteem
.. high self-esteem
. end values
19 Q. A trait that is closely related to authoritariannism is;
. theory y.
20 Q. A leader who is achievement oriented moght assume that subordinates are also achievement oriented. This perceptual distortion is called.
. the halo effect
21 Q Self-awareness refers to
; the ability to connect to others
. the ability to put oneself in some else’s shoes
. being conscious of your own emotions
. the ability to be hopeful and optimistic
22 Q .Assumption can be dangerous because;
. people tend to accept them as “truth
. they cannot be changed
. they can be changed
. people lack self-management
23 Q. The tendency of people to not voice their true thoughts because they want to please others is:
. situational theory
. the abilene paradox
. The abilence paradox
. the post conventional level
. theory Y.
24 Q. Â Synergy is the combined action that occurs when people:
. renew the physical, mental, spiritual, and social aspects of their lives
. work together to created new alteratives and solutions
. blame others
. focus on preserving and enhancing relationship
25 Q. Â Intrinsic rewards
. are the internal satisfaction a person receives by performing a particular action.
. are given by another person, typically a supervisor
. include pay raise and promotions
. are given to all people withn an organization or a specific department.