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Leadership and Managing Change (S1-14_MMZG514) 1. Goal emphasis and work facilitation are dimensions of which leadership behaviour? Select one: a. Job Centered b. Initiating c. Employee Centered d. Consideration 2. The absence of a leadership philosophy where leaders exert little effort towards interpersonal relationship or work accomplishment is known as :- Select one: a. Authority Compliance Management b. Country Club Management c. Middle of the road Management d. Impoverish
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  Leadership and Managing Change (S1-14_MMZG514) 1. Goal emphasis and work facilitation are dimensions of which leadership behaviour? Select one: a. Job Centered  b. Initiating c. Employee Centered d. Consideration 2.  The absence of a leadership philosophy where leaders exert little effort towards interpersonal relationship or work accomplishment is known as :- Select one: a. Authority Compliance Management b. Country Club Management c. Middle of the road Management d. Impoverished Management 3.  _________ is a tendency to see the positive side of things and expect that things will turn out well. Select one: a. Self confidence b. Independence c. Optimism d. Enthusiasm 4. Effective _________ help organizations weather a storm and move forward to something better. Select one: a. Leadership b. Paradigm c. Crisis Management d. Empowerment 5. A characteristic that refers to high motivation that creates a high effort level by a leader is ______  Select one: a. Responsibility b. Honesty c. Drive d. Integrity 6. Which one of the following explains the backlash against ‘top - down’ control in industry?  Select one: a. A rise in living standards b. An international anti-US feeling c. The rise of trade unions d. The changing nature of work 7.  _________ represents the learning leader who emphasize relationships and networks, and they influence others through vision and values rather than power and control. Select one: a. Leadership era 2 b. Leadership era 4 c. Leadership era 3 d. Leadership era 1 8. Which of the following is NOT essential to leadership? Select one: a. Integrity b. Honesty c. Pessimism d. Drive 9. Which one of the following is a characteristic of Taylorist and Fordist method of production? Select one: a. Flexible production systems b. Close levels of personal supervision c. An emphasis on consultation with workers d. High levels of productivity  10. Leadership is a _______ activity and is distinct from administrative paper work or planning activities. Select one: a. Intentional b. People c. Strategic d. Influential 11. Which one of the following is the main criticism of universalism? Select one: a. It is too abstract to work in practice b. It is seen as a fad and lacks concrete evidence c. It assumes that practices developed in one context can be applied in all contexts d. It stems predominantly from US theories 12.  __________ leadership shows concern for subordinates’ well being and personal needs, and creates a team climate and treats subordinates as equal. Select one: a. Supportive b. Achievement oriented c. Participative d. Directive 13. According to Situational Theory of Leadership which style involves explaining decisions and providing opportunity for clarification? Select one: a. Delegating b. Selling c. Participating d. Telling 14. Which leadership style incorporates coaching towards achievement style and also combines task and relationship behaviours? Select one: a. Low Task- High Relationship  b. High Task- High Relationship c. Low Task- Low Relationship d. High Task- Low Relationship 15. Culture of ________ helps organizations to thrive over the long haul by promoting openness and honesty and long term innovations. Select one: a. Conformity b. Certainty c. Integrity d. Efficiency 16.  ___________ refers to group atmosphere and members attitudes towards and acceptance of the leader. Select one: a. Leader-member relations b. Team competence c. Position Power d. Task Structure 17. The behaviour in which leaders direct activities towards efficiency, cost cutting and scheduling with an emphasis on goals and work facilitation is __________ Select one: a. Employee Centered b. Consideration c. Job Centered d. Initiating 18. Which one of the following is NOT a factor of the New Paradigm of Leadership? Select one: a. Collaboration b. Empowerment c. Uniformity d. Crisis management
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