Manager or Leader?
What does it mean to be a leader? That is definitely a question that I have been
asked maybe a thousand times in my lifetime. From as far back as I can remember, I have
been taught by my supe
Burnout / Brownout Questionnaire
Are you suffering from burnout, or are you only part of the way there (brownout)? Complete the brownout
inventory below and find out. For each statement, write a T if the statement is true for you or an F if it is not.
FIEDLER'S CONTINGENCY MODEL
Completing the LPC scale will give each student valuable insight into his or her leadership style and provide practice
at applying the Fiedler's contingency model. Students should remember that one styl
Based on the characteristics of your present or most recent job, circle one number for each of the
following 18 items. Once the questionnaire has been completed, calculate subtotal scores by
adding the circled numbers. Th
TYPE A/B - ARE YOU DYING TO SUCCEED?
The following questionnaire is designed to help you diagnose your own personal style and approach to work and to
give you some initial insight into whether your lifestyle and work style might be leading you to ill heal
QUALITIES OF USEFUL GOALS (OBJECTIVES)
GOAL: The purpose toward which behavior is directed; a desired objective.
1. Emphasize key results, not activities.
2. Are measurable.
3. Are challenging but achievable.
4. Are written.
5. Are publicized
Dimensions of Diversity Affect Perceptions and Expectations
Review the following descriptions of two employees working in the same company:
Mike is a 54-year-old MBA graduate and a vice president for the company. He is a thirdgeneration Italian-America
Group Cohesiveness Part One
Introduction: You are probably a member of many different groups: study groups, work groups,
friendship groups like fraternities or sororities, and interest groups (math club, business club,
20 February 2016
Activity 6: Goal Plan
1. Earn a Bachelors degree in Business Management by July
2017 from Jacksonville University.
Apply for JU
ARE GRADES MOTIVATORS?
1. Assess the valence (importance to you) of receiving an A in this course. Assign that A a
valance somewhere between -1 (totally unimportant) and +1 (highly important), using
gradations of one-tenth (e.g., 0.7, 0.8, 0.9, 1.0).
FIEDLER'S CONTINGENCY MODEL
Completing the LPC scale will give each student valuable insight into his or her leadership style and provide
practice at applying the Fiedler's contingency model. Students should remember that one style is not bet
HERZBERGS TWO-FACTOR THEORY, WHAT IS A MOTIVATOR FOR YOU?
The purpose of this exercise is to enable students to better understand the application of
Herzbergs Two-Factor Theory by having them identify which items from the list
WHAT IS YOUR SELF-PERCEIVED POWER?
Score the following power bases for your current job (or most recent if not currently employed), using
the following rating scale:
1 = Strongly disagree
2 = Disagree
3 = Slightly disagree
4 = Ne
SOCIALIZED CULTURE ORGANIZATION QUESTIONNAIRE
Complete the following questionnaire based on your current employer (use a former employer or
other organization if not currently employed). If you do not have a good working knowledge of
GUIDELINES FOR GIVING AND RECEIVING FEEDBACK
Some of the most important information we can receive from (or provide to) others
consists of feedback related to our or their performance or behavior. Feedback serves two basic
1insuring successful c