MGT 380 Week 2 Quiz | Assignment Help | Ashford University
Which of the following statements is a common criticism of transactional leadership behaviors?
Transactional leadership excludes the leader from being able to demonstrate transformationally leadership behaviors.
Transactional leadership results in all followers being treated differently based on their interests, motives, and skills.
Transactional leadership only focuses on positive behaviors, thus employee performance issues remain left uncorrected.
Transactional leadership practices do not change followers’ commitment or beliefs, thus they do not result in long-lasting changes in behavior.
Beth hopes to become more charismatic. Which of the following characteristics of charisma is LEAST likely to be an area that Beth can develop?
Learning to scan the environment and identify potential areas for change
Developing heightened achievement motivation
Practicing oral communication and presentation skills
Identifying areas where she can make self-sacrifice to achieve a vision
While working with a leader development coach, Glenn is given a series of physical exercises to help improve his posture. Glenn’s coach is helping him develop which of the following types of charisma?
Vision and focus
Kindness and authority
Kindness and focus
Vision and authority
René decides to lay off 200 employees rather than report significant profit losses at the upcoming company board meeting. Failing to lay people off could result in the closure of his plant and the loss of jobs for the entire employee base. On which moral the principle is René’s decision likely based?
o Virtue ethics
o Rights rule
Charismatic leadership is commonly compared to which of the components of transformational leadership?
o Intellectual stimulation
o Idealized influence
o Individual consideration
o Inspirational motivation
Which of the following is NOT true regarding the use of contingent reward as a leadership style?
o Employees are rewarded for the effort agreed upon in their contracts.
o Employees receive rewards for fulfilling the requirements of their position.
o Employees are inspired to perform above the limits of their contracts.
o Employees are recognized for their accomplishments.
The utilitarianism approach to ethical decision making has several limitations. Which of the following statements is NOT one of those limitations?
o It is difficult to measure “cost and benefits.”
o It is useful in situations when a zero-sum decision is imminent.
o There is no definition of “good” for all concerned.
o It does not consider individuals.
Lionel’s relationship with employees is based on planning and scheduling work, and he strives to maintain stability for employees. Which of the following terms best describe Lionel’s leadership style?
When working with her team, Leila’s favorite saying is that “nothing changes if no one ever fails, so failure is to be celebrated.” She is constantly encouraging her team to take calculated risks in order to innovate. Based on Kouzes and Posner’s leadership challenge, Leila is:
o challenging the process.
o modeling the way.
o enabling others to act.
o encouraging the heart.
John is a very hands-off manager, getting involved only when someone is failing to complete required tasks. Which of the following leadership styles best describes John’s behavior?
o Active individual consideration
o Active management by exception
o Passive individual consideration
o Passive management by exception