Flashcards in Assessment Deck (10):
#2, Followed Spearman - 7 mental abilities: verbal comp, fluency, # fluency, spatial, associative memory, perceptual speed, reasoning.
Cattell v. CHC
2 g-factor subtypes: fluid, crystal.
CHC: most emp valid; 10 broad, 70 narrow;
"Garden variety" 8: ling, logic-math, spatial, musical, bod-kines, interpres, intra, naturalistic.
Process over product.
Internal (analytical), adaptive (creative), practical (apply past kwg).
Content (category like science, etc), Location (on inkblot), Form quality (correlation w ink), developmental quality (degree of integration with other responses); R-PAS approach.
Contigency theory: effectiveness of leader depends on the situation. Fiedler: LPC; Contextual variables, including group atmosphere, task structure, and leader's power position. "leadership style" and "situational favorableness" (later called "situational control").
Vroom and Yetton Normative Decision Model
best style of leadership is contingent to the situation; five different styles (ranging from autocratic to consultative to group-based decisions) on the situation and level of involvement.
Hersey and Blanchard Situational Leadership Theory
Maturity and competence of the group focused on:
S-1 Telling - incompetent/unwilling
S-2 Selling - unwilling
S-3 Participating - competent, but doubtful
S-4 Delegating - ready, willing, able
House Goal-Path theory
Removing barriers to success; specifying a leader's style or behavior that best fits the employee and work environment in order to achieve a goal (House, Mitchell, 1974). The goal is to increase your employees' motivation, empowerment, and satisfaction so they become productive members of the organization.