Leadership Quiz

Question 1 (10 points)

Good leaders tend to exhibit which of these Big 5 personality traits:

Question 1 options:

Lack of Neuroticism; Extraversion; Openness; Agreeable; Conscientious

Neuroticism; Extraversion; Lack of Openness; Agreeable; Conscientious

Lack of Neuroticism; Introversion; Openness; Disagreeable; Conscientious

Neuroticism; Extraversion; Openness; Agreeable; Conscientious

Question 2 (10 points)

This leadership approach that attempts to determine the personal characteristics that great leaders share.

Question 2 options:





Question 3 (10 points)

The process of providing direction and influencing individuals or groups to achieve goals

Question 3 options:





Question 4 (10 points)

According to the Least Preferred Coworker scale, if Mary uses negative concepts to describe her least preferred coworker, she is:

Question 4 options:



Open and cheerful


Question 5 (10 points)

Based on Blake & Mouton’s Leadership Grid, which leadership style has a high concern for people and a low concern for tasks?

Question 5 options:

Leader-member exchange Model

Fielder’s Contingency Model

Situational Model

Path-Goal Model

Question 6 (10 points)

This motivation tool involves strengthening an action with praising words or a physical reward. A reward is an item given to another that has performed a good behavior or proper service, such as cleaning a bedroom.

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Question 7 (10 points)

According to Fiedler’s Contingency Theory, which three elements determine a leader’s situational control?

Question 7 options:

Task structure, leader/member relations, positioning power.

Task structure, union relations, positioning power.

Task focus, leader/member relations, positioning power.

Task focus, management relations, bargaining power.

Question 8 (10 points)

This leadership theory indicates that it is the leaders responsibility to increase employee motivation by clarifying the behaviors necessary for task accomplishment and rewards.

Question 8 options:

Leader-member exchange

Path-goal Theory

Employee Development Theory

Contingency Theory

Question 9 (10 points)

Blanchard’s situational leadership model uses these terms to describe different levels of employee development.

Question 9 options:

Competence and commitment

Determination and knowledge

Experience and confidence

Attitude and appreciatio

Question 10 (10 points)

Mary has managed the mailroom for two year and management views her as a person with special leadership talent such as sociability and intelligence. What approach is management using to assess Mary?

Question 10 options:

Attributions approach

Behavior approach

Management approach

Trait approach

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