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Chapter 13: Entrepreneurial Leadership MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. “The ability to influence through communication the activities of others, individually or as a group, toward the accomplishment of worthwhile, meaningful, and challenging goals.” This is the definition of ____. a. Direction b. Leadership c. Motivation d. Management ANS: B Leadership is the ability to influence through communication the activities of others, individually or as a group, toward the accomplishment of worthwhile, meaningful, and challenging goals. REF: 13-2 2. The exercise of ____ is the essence of leadership behavior. REF: 13-2a 3. Which of the following is not mentioned as an influence strategy for entrepreneurial leadership roles? 1. Reason; 2. Friendliness; 3. Coalition; 4. Bargaining; 5. Assertiveness; 6. Higher Authority; 7. Sanctions. REF: 13-2a 4. Research indicates that if employees are allowed to influence the way the organization works, ____.
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5. According to Harvard scholar Abraham Zaleznick, managers are primarily concerned with ____ and leaders are primarily concerned with ____. a. Management, leadership b. Quality, production c. Process, substance d. Quality, quantity ANS: C In Zaleznick’s terminology, managers are primarily concerned with process and leaders are primarily concerned with substance. REF: 13-2b 6. Which theory attributes performance differences among employees to the individual characteristics of leaders? REF: 13-3 7. Which leadership theory attributes performance differences among employees to the behaviors and style of leaders? REF: 13-3
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