Leadership and Trust

Leadership and Trust - Chapter 11 Leadership and Trust...

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Chapter 11 – Leadership and Trust Chapter Eleven: Leadership and Trust Multiple Choice Questions 1. The Blake and Mouton managerial grid is a part of which group of approaches? a. Trait b. Situation c. Transformational d. Behavioral 2. __________ leaders usually make decisions on their own and announce them to their direct reports. a. Autocratic b. Democratic c. Participative d. Charismatic 3. A leader who involves employees in decision-making, delegates authority, and gathers input from employees, but makes the final decision his/herself is using the _____ style of leadership. a. democratic-participative b. laissez-faire c. autocratic d. democratic-consultative 4. Fiedler’s LPC theory states that task oriented leaders are more effective in situations that are a. highly complex. b. either highly favorable or highly unfavorable. c. moderately favorable. d. either moderately favorable or highly unfavorable. 5. In moderately favorable situations, according to Fiedler which leader performs better? a. Structure oriented b. Position oriented c. Task oriented d. Relationship oriented 6. According to House’s path-goal theory a(n) ___________ leader is one who actively seeks subordinate and group suggestions and opinions when making decisions that affect them. a. directive leader b. supportive leader c. achievement-oriented leader d. participative leader 7. The ________ type of leader generally does not generate much emotion, passion or excitement among his or her followers. a. participative b. charismatic c. transformational d. transactional 80. ________ was the term used by researchers at Ohio State to describe the leadership behavior that is most similar to employee-centered behavior. 1
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Part IV – Leading a0. Participative leadership b0. Initiating-structure behavior c0. Consideration behavior d0. Participative behavior 9. What is the basic assumption of situational approaches to leadership? a0. Increasing worker job satisfaction through consideration behavior will get leaders the best results. b0. Initiating structure for employees by telling them what to do and how to do it is the most effective way to lead. c0.
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