Flashcards in Kouzes & Posner Ch 09 pp 235-247 - Sheet1 Deck (21):
If one partner always takes and the the other always gives, then the one who always take will feel?
According to Kouzes and Posner, to develope cooperative relationships, leader must quickly establish norms of________?
If both parties choose not to cooperate and atemp to maximize individual payoffs, which party wins?
Both parties will loss
Who is more likely to be succesful, those who reciprocate or those who try to maximize individual advantage?
people who reciprocate
true or false= Reciprocity can be the most successful approach for daily decisions?
Reciprocity is a equivalent to all prominent moral codes that you should treat other the way that you would want to be_____?
When a team is put together to solve a problem or creat a solution the errors increase or become less?
they are less error prone
In the "norm of reciprocity" those individual who one has helped succeed will return the favor or will they will become more powerful and forget about you?
more willing to return the favor
The leaders job is to make sure all parties understand each others interests in doing that they will gain more or less by working together?
which pays bigger, individual accomplishments or cooperative effort?
Can an idividual accomplish the same things as those who work cooperative?
which type of payoff of more benefica, long term or short term?
Is positive face to face interaction critical and does it increase with complexity of issues?
true or false= You do not see people as real people until you see someones face?
Is there really a such thing as virtual trust?
Are you more willing to cooperate in the present if you expect more frequent face to face interactions in the future?
yes, you wont easily forget how you've treated them, or they treated you
The mantra of exemplary leaders is that you can or can't do it alone?
What must you have in order to create sustained conditions for long-lasting connections and collaborative teamwork?
trust is the lifeblood of collaborative teamwork
As a leader you must trust others so that they trust you first, true or false?
Is it part of the leader role to admit mistakes in order to gain trust from their constituents?