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This activity contains 22 questions.

Question 1.
Which of the following statements is true?


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Question 2.
Which theory states that people are born with certain characteristics that predispose them to being leaders?


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Question 3.
Consideration of _____ was missing from the behavioral theories.


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Question 4.
Fiedler's contingency model assumes that an individual's leadership style is:


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Question 5.
According to Fiedler's contingency theory, if there is NOT a match of leadership style to the group situation, what should be done?


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Question 6.
Hersey and Blanchard's situational leadership theory differs from other leadership theories most clearly because it:


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Question 7.
According to LMX theory, which of the following is NOT true of those individuals who fall into the out-group?


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Question 8.
Which leadership style identified by House in path-goal theory leads to greater satisfaction when tasks are ambiguous or stressful than when they are highly structured and well laid out?


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Question 9.
The leader-participation model was developed by


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Question 10.
Vroom and Yetton's leadership theory could also be described as a ____ theory.


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Question 11.
Management is about coping with complexity while leadership is about coping with change.


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Question 12.
Trait research provides a basis for selecting the "right" person to assume formal positions requiring leadership.


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Question 13.
The University of Michigan studies' production -- oriented leaders tended to emphasize the technical or task aspects of the job.


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Question 14.
The managerial grid found that managers perform best under a 1,1 style.


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Question 15.
Fiedler used the most preferred co-worker (MPC) scale.


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Question 16.
Fiedler concludes that since we cannot change individuals, we should concentrate on changing situations to suit individuals.


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Question 17.
The essence of cognitive resource theory is that stress is the enemy of rationality.


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Question 18.
Readiness was defined by Hersey and Blanchard as the extent to which people have the ability and willingness to accomplish a specific task.


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Question 19.
The path-goal model of leadership integrates the expectancy model of motivation with the Fiedler contingency model.


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Question 20.
The path-goal theory assumes leaders are flexible and can display different leadership behavior depending on the situation.


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