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1

What are the three primary components provided as exercises at the end of the chapter for an individual to determine how effective their personal leadership is?

1. Integrity
2. Initiative
3. Servanthood

2

When developing personal leadership, _____ wrote the book _____ to promote the self-serving moral dilemma that it is easier to develop the perception that one has the qualities of a good leader instead of working hard to actually develop those qualities.

Machiavelli, The Prince.

3

What is a compelling desire for some type of achievement or distinction?

Ambition.

4

A president, general, CEO of a corporation, pastor, principal of a school are examples of what?

Formal Positional Leadership.

5

Taking action to bring about change in your everyday situation by mobilizing resources around you is the definition of _____.

Personal Leadership.

6

The ability to take action that brings about change in one’s area of influence by mobilizing others to accomplish a shared vision is the definition of _____.

Informal Personal Leadership.

7

What is the order in which a person develops their leadership skills?

.

8

When an individual believes their life and behavior is primarily ruled by the decisions and actions of other people or outside circumstances, they display _____.

External Sense of Victimization.

9

When an individual believes that under the guidance of God their life and behavior is governed by their personal decisions and actions, they display _____.

Internal Sense of Responsibility.

10

What is the primary reason an individual is unable to see the possibilities of what our all-knowing, all-powerful God has for their lives?

They are too focused upon themselves.

11

What are the five qualities that help to produce informal positional leadership?

1. Credibility
2. Inspiration
3. Persuasion
4. Empathy
5. Partnership

12

Who was the person from the Old Testament highlighted in the chapter as being an example of informal positional leadership?

Jethro.

13

Individuals display the quality of _____ when they focus on equality and mutual respect rather than dominance and subordination.

Partnership.

14

The quality of _____ grows out of emotional strengths and can be developed an enhanced if a person seeks it and begins to practice it.

Empathy.

15

_______ is built upon the principles, convictions and insights that are developed in personal leadership.

Credibility.

16

Individuals display the quality of _____ when they can effectively communicate insights in a manner that clearly explains the concept, benefits, and value of an idea.

Persuasion.

17

Individuals display the quality of _____ when they can communicate good ideas to others in a way that they can understand is important.

Inspiration.

18

Individuals display the quality of _____ when they are able to understand and imaginatively enter into the experience and feelings of another person.

Empathy.

19

Individuals display the quality of _____ when they can demonstrate behaviors in their own life that reinforces credibility and evokes others to aspire to follow them.

Inspiration.

20

_____ is the belief of others that you can make a difference, so they take action to follow you.

Credibility.

21

What are the five qualities that help to produce formal positional leadership?

1. Serving
2. Modeling
3. Positioning
4. Envisioning
5. Investing

22

_____ is the mindset in a leader that places the needs of those led before one’s own self-interests.

Serving.

23

_____ is the intentional and regular practice of being able to ask others to perform a task because they know you are willing to do it yourself.

Modeling.

24

What are the four ways a leader can show that _____ in those they lead is a priority?
1.
2.
3.
4.

Investing.
1. Spend time with them.
2. Provide adequate resources.
3. Provide access to information.
4. Share.

25

The quality of _____ is the capacity to imagine and articulate exciting future possibilities.
1. One of the roles under this capacity is that of a _____. In this role the leader imagines a better future, avoids boundaries, and allows creativity to run free.
2. Another role under this capacity is that of a _____. In this role the leader helps those led to catch and endorse the same vision, as well as expand and enhance the vision.
3. Another one of the roles under this capacity is that of a _____. In this role the leader provides resources for empowering those led to accomplish the shared vision.

Envisioning.
1. Dreamer
2. Dream-Caster
3. Dream-Maker

26

What are the three ways a formal leader can position themselves in relation to those they lead?

1. Above
2. Ahead
3. Alongside

27

This position is recommended to be used by a leader about 50% of the time.

Alongside.

28

Leaders in this position promote individual development, increase appreciation of diversity, and results in a sense of self-worth in those they lead.

Ahead.

29

Leaders in this position have authority and are expected to use it.

Above.

30

Leaders in this position see their role as an opportunity to collaborate with their fellow workers.

Alongside.