Northouse Ch2-4: Traits, Skills, & Styles
-leadership was re-conceptualized as a relationship between people in a social situation.
1. Which leadership traits are most often cited in research results?
Short answer: gives 7 we pick 5
Multiple choice, true false 10, 2 points each
Northouse Ch1: Introduction
1. How does the trait approach differ from the process approach? And which is more widely
Trait approach: people are born leaders. Anyone b
1. Explain the process of how servant leadership works. How are servant leaders different
from other types of leaders?
- Servant leadership is a philosophy and set of practices that enriches the lives of individuals,
1. Provide a thorough explanation of the skills approach to leadership and its assumptions.
-takes a leader-centered perspective on leadership
The skills approach suggest that knowledge and abilities are needed for effective leadership
1. Identify and discuss the major players in the development of the style approach to
-The Style approach emphasizes the behavior of the leader (75). Focuses exclusively on
what leaders do and how they act.
(Task vs. Relationship) as
Possible Essay questions: 5 options, 3 will be on there.
Northouse chapter 3 #6
What is the Mumford Skills Model and how might it be useful? (55)
1.individual attributes (intelligence, cognitive ability, crystalized/wisdom, personality)
1. What are the characteristics of the four categories of the Hersey and Blanchard
(1985) model? (100)
Supporting: high supportive and low directive
Coaching: High di
(Transformational, Servant, & Authentic Leadership)
1. Explain the relationship between transformational, transactional, and charismatic
-Transactional leadership: focus on reward in exchange for motivation, productivity and e
Northouse Ch8 (LMX)
1. Define and describe leader-member-exchange (LMX) theory, including how it works
both descriptively and prescriptively.
- The leader-member exchange theory of leadership focuses on the two-way relationship
Concerned with styles and situations. It provides the framework for effectively matching
the leader and the situation.
1. Identify and discuss the three factors upon which situations can be characterized