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1. Leadership;A. Is an interpersonal relation in which others comply because they want to;B. Is the study of leaders independent of the people they interact with;C. Postulates that leaders administer rather than innovate;D. Requires that leaders accept the status quo;2. The "means" of leadership involve;A. Getting results through others;B. The ability to build cohesive, goal-oriented teams;C. The process of influencing an organized group toward accomplishing its goals;D. An interpersonal relation in which others comply because they want to, not because they have to;3. The "ends" of leadership involve;A. The process of coordinating the work of group members;B. The ability to build cohesive teams;C. Getting results through others;D. The ability to build goal-oriented teams;4. According to the text, a comprehensive and helpful definition of leadership is;A. Actions which focus resources to create desirable opportunities;B. The process by which an agent induces a subordinate to behave in a desired manner;C. Directing and coordinating the work of group membersD. The process of influencing an organized group toward accomplishing its goals;5. In Bennis's definition of leadership, the word 'subordinate' seems to;A. Include informal leadership;B. Confine leadership to downward influence in hierarchical relationships;C. Emphasize the emotional aspects of leadership;D. Exclude coercion of any kind as a leadership tool;6. The interactional framework of leadership interaction includes;A. Followers, leaders and situations;B. Individuals, groups and organizations;C. Individual followers, groups and leaders;D. First-level supervisors, mid-level managers and top-level leaders;7. What is Hollander's approach to leadership called?;A. Participative;B. Transformational;C. Charismatic;D. Transactional;8. Which of the following statements is true?;A. Leaders have considerably more influence with out-group followers;B. Subordinates belonging to the out-group can be distinguished by their high degree of loyalty toward;the leaderC. Leaders typically use different forms of influence in interacting with out-group members;D. Leaders use one form of power in interacting with in-group members;9. What is the unique contribution of the LMX theory?;A. It looks at just the personal characteristics of the leader;B. It looks at the nature of the relationship between the leader and his/her followers;C. It looks at the characteristics of the situation;D. It looks at the interaction between the leader and his/her followers;10. In employee satisfaction surveys, more than 75 percent of all respondents indicate that the most;stressful part of their job is their;A. Immediate boss;B. Work colleagues;C. Physical environment;D. Productivity;11. According to research, between 50?90 percent of all new businesses fail within five years due to;A. Insufficient capital;B. Managerial incompetence;C. Location;D. Lack of planning;12. These individuals are good at building teams and getting results through others.;A. Cheerleaders;B. Results only managersC. Competent managers;D. In name only managers;13. Which of the following individuals are only focused on getting results and would gladly trash any;teammate if it would help them get promoted?;A. Results only managers;B. In name only managers;C. Competent managers;D. Cheerleaders;14. Cheerleaders;A. Only focus on getting results;B. Avoid the spotlight;C. Tend to treat followers poorly;D. Are people-centered;15. Power;A. Is the capacity to cause change;B. Always needs to be exercised to have its effect;C. Is the degree of actual change;D. Is always directly observed;16. Infuence is;A. The potential to influence others;B. The capacity to produce effects on others;C. The degree of actual change in a target person?s values;D. Attributed to others on the basis of influence tactics they use;17. A leader who has developed close interpersonal relationships with followers generally uses his or her;power to influence them.;A. Legitimate;B. Referent;C. Coercive;D. Reward;18. As per Bennis and Goldsmith, what are the four qualities of leadership that engender trust?;A. Values, loyalty, consistency, integrity;B. Honesty, values, loyalty, creativity;C. Creativity, honesty, consistency, vision;D. Vision, empathy, consistency, integrity;19. Leaders who pull people together on the basis of shared beliefs and a common sense of;organizational purpose and belonging;A. Are consistent;B. Demonstrate empathy;C. Have a compelling vision;D. Have a strong integrity;20. Leaders who demonstrate empathy with us;A. Pull people together on the basis of shared beliefs;B. Show they understand the world as we see and experience it;C. Have common sense of organizational purpose and belonging;D. Demonstrate their commitment to higher principles through their actions;Additional Requirements;Level of Detail: Only answer needed

 

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