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Exam Name___________________________________ TRUE/FALSE. Write 'T' if the statement is true and 'F' if the statement is false. 1) Ideally, all managers should be leaders. 1) _______ Answer True False 2) According to Ibn Khaldun, "perfecting details" mean the detailed messages that leaders communicate to their followers. 2) _______ Answer True False 3) According to Ibn Khaldun, "Asabiya" mostly stems from blood ties and alliances. 3) _______ Answer True False 4) "Asabiya" is one of the four elements of the Khadra's Prophetic - Caliphal model. 4) _______ Answer True
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False 5) According to the Prophetic - Caliphal model, a combination of personalism and individualism leads to a lack of institutional development. 5) _______ Answer True False 6) According to the Prophetic - Caliphal model, strong attachment to the leader will occur if people expect a "great man" and a "great man" really emerges. 6) _______ Answer True False 7) Despite the best efforts of researchers, it proved impossible to identify one set of traits that would always differentiate leaders from nonleaders. 7) _______ Answer True False 8) Effective leaders do not need a high degree of knowledge about the company, industry, and technical matters. 8) _______
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Answer True False 9) Cognitive theories are leadership theories that identified behaviors that differentiated effective leaders from ineffective leaders. 9) _______ Answer True False 10) The managerial grid only provides a framework for conceptualizing leadership style. 10) ______ Answer True False 11) According to the University of Michigan studies, leaders who are production oriented are described as emphasizing interpersonal relationships and as taking a personal interest in the needs of their followers. 11) ______ Answer True False 12) Fiedler's contingency model of leadership style proposed that effectiveness depends on the ability and willingness of the subordinates.
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12) ______ Answer True False 13) According to Fiedler's research, task - oriented leaders tend to perform better in situations that are very favorable or unfavorable to them. 13) ______ Answer True False 14) According to Fiedler's research, relationship - oriented leaders seemed to perform better in very unfavorable situations. 14) ______ Answer True False 15) Robert House's path - goal theory is an expectancy theory of motivation. 15) ______ Answer True False 16)
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Robert House's achievement - oriented leader sets challenging goals and expects followers to perform at their highest level. 16) ______ Answer True False 17) Robert House assumed that leadership style changes depending on the situation. 17) ______ Answer True False 18) Path - goal theory holds that subordinates with an external locus of control will be more satisfied with a directive style. 18) ______ Answer True False 19) Path - goal theory states that employee performance and satisfaction are likely to be positively influenced when the leader compensates for shortcomings in either the employee or the work setting.
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