Flashcards in Chapter2-Leadership Deck (38):
What is it called when a person has personality traits or characteristics that are not taught or learned, and must be developed by the individual to lead?
What are the four functions of management?
Planning, organizing, directing, and controlling
What is supervisory ability?
The ability to apply planning, organizing, directing, and controlling to accomplish the objective is through efforts of others
What is decisiveness?
Solving problems and making informed decisions
What is intelligence?
Using common sense, logic, and reason in making decisions
What is Demonstrating self-confidence and self-esteem when making decisions
Applying consistently a set of morals or values to the decision-making process and doing the right thing
Knowing the leader is secured in the position and does not feel threatened by subordinates, peers, or the political environment
Determining what must be accomplish first and maintaining focus on the outcome
Sense of priority
Having a dream or concept of the way things can or should be
Accomplish seemingly insurmountable tasks
Sharing authority and responsibility with other members of the organization
What is it called when you apply procedures, policies, rewards, and discipline evenly and fairly overtime
What leadership style is used when the leader includes employees in decisions and allows them to work with the least amount of supervision necessary
What are the best situations to use the Democratic leadership style?
Hazmat or technical rescue situations where knowledge and skills are more important than rank
What does laissez fair mean in French?
Allowed to do
What leadership style inspires follower loyalty and creates an enthusiastic vision that others want to attain?
What leadership style bases theory on strong organizational culture that holds common values and beliefs?
What is the biggest problem with symbolic leadership?
Employees fail to question the leadership decisions or to speak openly when management makes errors
What leadership style was created to connect organizational results with the happiness of the workers
Total quality management
What are the four styles that Leaders can use within the path to goal theory?
Directive, supportive, participative, and achievement oriented
What leadership style includes multiple people within the organization who believe the same things such as integrity, excellence, loyalty, etc,
Principle centered leadership
What two elements are maturity based on?
Willingness and ability
Within the situational leadership model, what are the four approaches that can be taken to get the job done?
Telling, selling, participating, and delegating
What leadership model is thought to be the model of the future and his value-based that places service at the core for current social change?
Social change model
What model involves followers in the process of accomplishing a goal within the limits of the system?
Alpha leadership model
What are the four styles of leadership that make up the path the goal theory?
Supportive, achievement oriented, directive, and participative
Under the participative approach, the leader should?
Ask for suggestions from the subordinates
Under the supportive approach the leader does what?
Shows concerns for the subordinates
What are the four levels of readiness in the situational leadership model?
Selling, telling, participating, delegating
Out of the four levels of readiness which uses the autocratic approach?
Out of the four levels of readiness which is a refined autocratic approach that involves convincing members that the task is appropriate and justified?
Out of the four levels of readiness which relies on input from members in determining how the test should be accomplished?
Out of the four levels of readiness which uses limits set by the leader and allows members to determine how the task will be accomplished?
Which model is a value-based model of leadership that places service at the core for social change?
The social change model
What is the position of control, authority, or influence over others?
Leaders must be consistent with what three things?
Decisions, actions, and relationships