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Full a Sign IAb x 1 O — I l a Sign SCORING INTERPRETATION Factor 1 — IDEALIZED INFLUENCE indicates whether you hold subordinates’ trust,
maintain their faith and respect, show dedication to them, appeal to their hopes and reams,
and act as their role model. Factor 2 — INSPIRATIONAL MOTIVATION measures the degree to which you provide a
vision, use appropriate symbols and images to help others focus on their work, and try to
make others feel their work is signiﬁcant. Factor 3 — INTELLECTUAL STIMULATION shows the degree to which you encourage others
to be creative in looking at old problems in new ways, create an environment that is
tolerant of seemingly extreme positions, and nurture people to question their own values
and beliefs of those of the organization. Factor 4- — INDIVIDUALIZED CONSIDERATION indicates the degree to which you show
interest in others' well—being, assign projects individually, and pay attention to those who
seem less involved in the group. Factor 5 — CONTINGENT REWARD shows the degree to which you tell others what to do in
order to be rewarded, emphasize what you expect from them, and recognize their
accomplishments. Factor 6 — MANAGEMENT—BY-EXCEPTION assesses whether you tell others the job
requirements, are content with standard performance, and are a believer in "if it ain't
broke, don't ﬁx it.” Factor 7 — LAISSEZ-FAIRE measures whether you require little of others, are content to let
things ride, and let others do their own thing. ...
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- Spring '15
- Sociology, Thing, Factor V