56. The research by Mumford et al. was done on a sample of a. Higher education administratorsb. High-level managers in industryc. Managers at multiple levels of industryd.Military leaders at multiplelevelsAns: DCognitive Domain: KnowledgeAnswer Location: Skills modelQuestion Type: MC 57. The problem-solving competency in the skills model is most similar to 58. The knowledge competency in the skills model is most similar to
59. Additional research completed by Mumford, Campion, and Morgeson used a four skill modelto assess cognitive, interpersonal, business, and strategic skills in managers at junior and senior levels of an organization. The research findings in this study were most similar to 60. Mumford’s skills model contends that leadership outcomes are the direct result of a. A leader’s sociabilityb. A leader’s career experiencesc. A leader’s willingness to leadd.A leader’s competenciesAns: DCognitive Domain: ApplicationAnswer Location: How Does the Skills Approach Work?Question Type: MC 61. The skills approach is primarily
62. Individual leader attributes can affect the leaders skills, but it is the themselves that aremost important in addressing organizational problems. 63. Which is not a strength of the skills approach?
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