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Third set of Employee Training and Development questions-Which of the component of behavior modeling focuses on transfer




Question;Third set of Employee Training and Development questions51. Which of the component of behavior;modeling focuses on transfer?;a. Modeling display;b. Key behavior demonstration;c. Role play participation and practice;d. Application planning;52. The components of team learning are;a. knowledge, attitude, and behavior.;b. skills, abilities, and beliefs.;c. summative, formative, evaluative.;d. proactive, reactive, reflective.;53. All of the following are strategies of;team training except;a. team leader.;b. orientation.;c. cross.;d. coordination.;54. The type of training that instructs the;team in how to share information and decision making;responsibilities to maximize team;performance is called;a. team leader training.;b. cross training.;c. team training.;d. coordination training.;55. Six Sigma involves principles of;a. action learning.;b. team training.;c. adventure learning.;d. business games.;56. For motor skills, behavior modeling has;better transfer than;a. simulations.;b. video.;c. OJT.;d. apprenticeships.;57. Which of the following training methods;is best for transfer of learning?;a. Self-directed learning;b. Behavior modeling;c. Role playing;d. Business games;58. ____________ is not a central issue in;developing effective online learning.;a. Transfer of training;b. Evaluation;c. Needs assessment;d. Design;59. Directly translating an instructor-led;face-to-face training program online is called;a. asynchronous communication.;b. teleconferencing.;c. bandwidth.;d. repurposing. 60. All of the following;are principles for designing e-learning except;a. exercises are located in one, easily;found location.;b. text is aligned closely to visuals.;c. key concepts are explained prior to the;full process associated with the concepts.;d. exercises mimic the context of the job.;61. All of the following are true regarding;blended learning except;a. a significant problem is fast-changing;technology.;b. it is less effective than face-to-face;instruction for teaching information about ideas and concepts.;c. learners react more favorably to;classroom instruction.;d. a significant problem is insufficient;management support and commitment.;62. Branching story, interactive;spreadsheet and game-based are all examples of;a. e-learning.;b. computer-based training.;c. simulations.;d. intelligent tutoring.;63. All of the following are true regarding;simulations except;a. trainees can use them on their desktop;computer.;b. they are meaningful and emotionally;engaging.;c. they can put trainees in situations that;would be dangerous in the real world.;d. training times are longer than other;methods.;64. Virtual reality;a. has the disadvantage of lack of;similarity to the work context.;b. effectiveness depends at least partly on;the extent to which it has a high level of presence.;c. is fun to use, but is not an effective;training method.;d. is useful for addressing attitudinal;outcomes.;65. PhotoSphere, Forterra and Second Life;are examples of;a. virtual worlds.;b. blended learning.;c. computer-based training.;d. E-learning.;66. Which of following is a disadvantage of;virtual worlds?;a. It has no disadvantages.;b. It cannot be used to teach interpersonal;skills.;c. Team training is not possible.;d. There is very little evidence to support;its effectiveness.;67. Negative outcomes of job rotation;include all except;a. higher costs than other development;methods.;b. a short-term perspective of problems and;solutions.;c. motivation may suffer due to insufficient;time in one position to receive a challenging;assignment.;d. reduced productivity in the rotating;employee?s home department.;68. An effective job rotation system is;characterized by all of the following except;a. The system is used to develop skills as;well as give employees? the experience needed for;managerial positions.;b. The system is linked with the company?s;career management process.;c. The system is restricted to a limited;number of key positions and employees within the company.;d. The system ensures that employees;understand the specific skills to be developed. 69. ______________ allows;employees to take full-time, temporary operational roles at another company.;a. A transfer;b. Employee exchange;c. Temporary assignment;d. An externship;70. All of the following are personality;characteristics of people likely to seek a mentor and be attractive;as prot?g?s except;a. conscientiousness.;b. emotional stability.;c. high need for power.;d. ability to adapt to a situation.;71. _____________ is an experienced;productive senior employee who helps develop a less experienced;employee.;a. A mentor;b. A coach;c. A trainer;d. A prot?g?;72. The best formal mentoring programs;a. carefully assign a mentor to a prot?g?;without clouding the issue by seeking participant input.;b. randomly assign mentors to prot?g?s.;c. provide little structure to get in the;way of natural mentoring processes.;d. have clearly articulated purpose and;roles.;73. Coaching, protection, sponsorship and;providing challenging assignments, exposure and visibility;are aspects of;a. career support.;b. planning process.;c. lateral moves.;d. psychosocial support.;74. A peer or manager who works closely;with an employee to motivate him or her, help him or her;develop skills, and provide reinforcement;and feedback is known as a;a. mentor.;b. coach.;c. prot?g?.;d. high-potential employee.;75. Characteristics of the best coaches are;empathetic, supportive, practical, and _____________.;a. conscientious;b. same sex as prot?g?;c. self-confident;d. energetic


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