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1

The act of directing, overseeing, or controlling the activities and behavior of employees who are assigned to a particular supervisor.

Supervising

2

Which behavioral leadership style compares the degree of job structure to the degree of employee consideration?

Two-dimensional leadership style

3

Which behavioral leadership style included autocratic, democratic, and laissez-faire categories?

Basic leadership style

4

A(n) ______ leader tells subordinates what to do and how to do it with little or no input from them.

Autocratic

5

A(n) _____ leader inspires follower loyalty and creates an enthusiastic vision that others work to attain.

Charismatic

6

A ______ leader believes that the average worker is inherently lazy.

Theory X

7

The basic concept of _______, is creating a close relationship between work and social life.

Theory Z

8

In the ______ theory, a leader determines the best four styles to use in influencing members in the accomplishment of the unit's goals and objectives.

path-goal

9

What is the major disadvantage of the path-goal theory?

The leader must be extremely accurate in using good judgement to determine the appropriate leadership style.

10

_______ leadership theory focuses on value-driven leadership and proactively living one's own life versus enduring a reactive life.

Principle-centered

11

A contributing team member is a Level ___ leader

2

12

A Level __ leader is a person who builds enduring greatness through a paradoxical blend of personal humility and professional willpower.

5

13

What characteristic distinguishes a Level 5 leader from the other leaders?

Diligence to ensure organizational success.

14

What is the difference between a model and theory?

Models have been proven through application.

15

A(n) _____ leader is concerned with getting work accomplished while considering the welfare and happiness of the members of the unit.

balanced

16

A balanced leader will ...

use various leadership styles based on different situations.

17

In the situational leadership model, the leader's style is matched to the _____ of the members of the unit.

maturity

18

What are the four readiness levels of the situational leadership model?

-Telling
-Selling
-Participating
-Delegating

19

In the social-change model, what critical value should the individual learn?

Commitment

20

To make changes for the betterment of others through leadership is the purpose of the _______ model

social-change model

21

The alpha leadership model is a relationship between which four elements

-Leader
-Followers
-System
-Goal

22

What are three paths a company officer may use to improve their leadership?

-Courses
-Seminars
-Literature readings

23

A good leader will build ____?

trust

24

What is major difference between managers and leaders?

Managers are copies; leaders are originals.

25

While managers maintain, leaders ______

develop

26

The possession of control, authority, or influence over others is the definition of?

Power

27

Suspension without pay is a form of ____ power.

coercive

28

Expertise, responsibility, and trustworthiness are three attributes that are necessary to achieve a _____ ______.

command presence