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Unformatted text preview: 10. Production increase which is not a consequence of actual changes in working conditions, but a result of management demonstrating interest in the workers, is an example of: A. The Sleeper effect B. Theory Y C. Psychological Safety D. Expectancy Theory E. The Hawthome effect 11. The value in focusing on behaviors rather than the person includes: A. Feedback is more readily accepted. B. Behaviors are knowable. C. Behaviors are measurable and quantifiable. D. B and C. B. All of the above. 12. Long term goals should: A. be realistic and easily achievable. B. drive the mission statement. C. be meaningful to customers and clients. D. be ambitious—with a 50% chance of achieving them. E. be valid 100 years from now. 13. In Jennifer Campbell’s cross-cultural assessment of Self-Concept Clarity (SCC), which of the following did she find? A. Japanese participants exhibited higher levels of SCC than Canadians. B. Japanese participants showed higher correlations between SCC and self-esteem than did Canadians. C. SCC is a static state regardless of Eastern and Western culture. D. Canadians had higher levels of SCC than Japanese participants. E. Authoritarian regimes have higher SCC rates than more democratic cultures. 14. The "Zone of Great Leadership” is: Operating from your strengths The intersection of one’s passions and strengths Complete immersion in what you do Vision towards a lofty goal Grounded optimism meow? 15. [n 2002 there were 17? studies which showed that the higher a person gets on the organizational chart, The more important emotional intelligence is The more dogmatic he/she becomes The less important the person’s IQ is The less reliable feedback hefshe receives The less hefshe enjoys hisfher work meow? ...
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