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Which of the following best describes the traits-based theory of leadership?

a. A theory of leadership that tries to reveal a set of universal skills that are relevant in all leadership situations

b. A theory of leadership that explained leadership by examining the characteristics of individuals considered to be historically great leaders

c. A theory in which leaders are more effective depending on the favorability of a leadership situation

d. A theory of leadership in which leaders treat each member differently, and as a result, develop unique relationships with each member


a. A theory of leadership that tries to reveal a set of universal skills that are relevant in all leadership situations


________ skills refer to a leader"s knowledge about an organization and job-related activities.

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a. Conceptual

b. Cognitive

c. Technical

d. Interpersonal


c.) technical


Cognitive skills of leadership refer to:

a. a leader"s knowledge about an organization and job-related activities.

b. a leader"s ability to understand the internal and external environments.

c. a leader"s knowledge about the employees" interests and objectives.

d. a leader"s ability to maintain a relatively low profile and share credit.


b. a leader"s ability to understand the internal and external environments.


The factor that distinguishes task-oriented leaders from relations-oriented leaders is that:

a. task-oriented leaders often treat subordinates as equals and encourage them to take initiative in solving problems.

b. task-oriented leaders often tend to form emotional ties with their subordinates.

c. relations-oriented leaders focus more on observing workers, reading reports, and inspecting quality.

d. relations-oriented leaders value workers as humans, focusing more on supporting and developing them.


d. relations-oriented leaders value workers as humans, focusing more on supporting and developing them.


Individuals who arouse strong followership through inspirational visions and/or compelling personal attributes are called ________ leaders.

a. task-oriented

b. charismatic

c. relations-oriented

d. transactional


b.) charismatic


________ leadership refers to the process by which a leader provides something to subordinates in return for something the subordinates want.

a. Charismatic

b. Transactional

c. Transformational

d. Relations-oriented


b.) transactional


Transformational leaders tend to focus more on:

a. maintaining a reward system to motivate followers.

b. persuading subordinates to complete tasks.

c. monitoring operations and performance.

d. inspiring and motivating followers.


d. inspiring and motivating followers.


During the mature partnership phase of the relationship life cycle, the:

a. leaders rely on rules and contractual obligations to motivate performance and subordinates comply with the leaders in exchange for economic rewards.

b. leader offers the subordinate a chance to increase his or her responsibility in the group and the subordinate accepts the new role.

c. leader tests the subordinate"s ability to cope with more responsibility and the subordinate decides whether the leader is worth the extra effort.

d. leaders and their followers know they can depend on each other and subordinates perform additional assignments.


d. leaders and their followers know they can depend on each other and subordinates perform additional assignments.

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________ theory states that the most important aspect in leadership is the follower"s expectation that a task can be accomplished and that it will lead to rewards.

a. Fiedler"s contingency

b. Hersey and Blanchard"s situational leadership

c. Traits-based leadership

d. House"s path goal


d.) house"s path goal


Which of the following refers to the aspects of a situation that make leadership unnecessary?

a. Leadership traits

b. Leadership substitutes

c. Leadership neutralizers

d. Leadership positions


b.) leadership substitutes


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