Management Flashcards

Market Leader upper intermediate Unit 8 Teambuilding

deadline a date or time by which you have to do or complete something mismatch two wrong things or people who do not get along pro-European being in favor of Europe pre-event an event/activity that happens before post-activity an event/activity that happens after disconnect to break a connection ex-military one who is no longer in […]

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Chapter 11 – Team Building

Team building teams tend to be more successful or effective because when people know they are part of a team, they usually cooperate more fully -setting goals that are clear and specific but also challenging and worthwhile for each group member -determining roles of each member –if members are uncertain of their roles and there […]

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NCOA Unit Manager – 1 Team Building

According to Dwight D. Eisenhower, what is Leadership? “Leadership is the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because he wants to do it.” Name 8 things Unit Managers do. They are committed to the profession of arms, apply management concepts in all situations, provide ethical guidance, manage human and physical […]

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Leadership Stylespsychology

Leadership Styles a. Autocratic Leadership b. Democratic Leadership c. Laissez Faire Leadership Autocratic Leadership make decisions on behalf of the group and maintain strict order Democratic Leadership promotes group-based decision making, active member involvement, honest feedback, and team unity Laissez Faire Leadership gives the group complete independence and avoids becoming involved in its discussions or […]

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Leadership Philosophy Test Questions

MARINE CORPS PHILOSOPHY OF LEADERSHIP IMPORTANT DEFINITIONS Command The authority a person in the military lawfully exercises over subordinates by virtue of rank and assignment or position. Management A process of planning, organizing, coordinating, directing, and controlling resources to accomplish a mission. Leadership The act of influencing others to accomplish the mission BASIS AND APPLICATION […]

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Situational Leadership Model Test Questions

What is Situational Leadership? This is a term that can be applied generically to a style of leadership, but that also refers to a recognized, and useful, leadership model. In simple terms, a situational leader is one who can adopt different leadership styles depending on the situation. Most of us do this anyway in our […]

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Laissez-Faire Leadership

Define Laissez-Faire Leadership A leadership policy where all the rights and power to make decisions is fully given to the worker What are some characteristics of a Laissez-Faire-led organisation? 1. Leaders are hands off 2. Generally leads to lowest productivity 3. Complete freedom for followers to make decisions (expected to solve problems on their own) […]

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Relational Leadership Model

Purposeful Committed to a goal or activity, Finding common purpose with others, Being aware of the vision helps make sure your activities are in line with what your ultimate purpose is Working toward positive change. Inclusive Understanding, valuing, and actively engaging diversity in: Views, Approaches or Styles, and Aspects of individuality Developing the strengths and […]

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Adaptive Leadership Characteristics:

Confident This is the characteristic of a leader who is certain either that an idea or solution is correct or that a chosen course of action is the best or most effective. Confidence can be a self-fulfilling prophecy as those without it may fail or not try because they lack it and those with it […]

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B. Images of Change Management (Palmer)

What are the two images of managing? management as shaping vs management as control Management as Controlling -(image of management) -most dominant image of management linked to activities like panning, supervising, organizing, directing, reporting, budgeting and coordinating -resources are allocated to departments and staff have refined roles organization seen as a machine Management as Shaping […]

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Change Management WGU C721

Five elements that support management’s effective attainment of organizational goals planning, organizing, directing, controlling resources, and staffing Define Management the process of working with and through people to achieve organizational goals 2 essential pieces in organizations that must be integrated effectively to lead to high performance. Management and Leadership What are the traits of an […]

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NCOA Unit Manager – 7 Change Management

What is Adaptability? Adaptability is the ability to adjust to changed, unexpected, or ambiguous situations by actively seeking information and by demonstrating openness and support of different and innovative change ideas. What are the 3 elements of Adaptability? Cognitive flexibility, Emotional flexibility, and Dispositional flexibility. Describe Cognitive flexibility. The ability to use different thinking strategies […]

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CIMA E2 – 8. Change Management

What is change management? approach to transitioning ind. teams/org to a desired future state. Change agent individual or group that helps to bring about strategic chanage in an organisation What causes org. change Is driven by: External Events: Competition, change in customer taste, social changes, recession, political and legal pressures, new tech Internal Events: out […]

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4: Change Management in HIM

active listening occurs when an individual makes a conscious effort to hear and understand the message being conveyed ADKAR model a change management model that is utilized to assess individual change management issues; five building blocks -awareness, desire, knowledge, ability, and reinforcement in regards to the change initiative- are necessary components for individuals to understand […]

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leadership; CH 16: team building

leadership roles – clarifies unit norms/values to all new employees – infuses a team spirit among employees – serves as a role model to all employees & a mentor to select employees. – encourages mentorship between senior staff & junior employees – observes carefully for signs of knowledge/skill deficit in new employees –> intervenes – […]

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Unit 8. Team Building

Coul have + verb in PP Past ability / past posibility Irritation / missed oportunities / Especulate about events in the past. Would have + verb in PP Past condition (3er C) / past situation Hypotheses about the past / If you want to do something or no, but didn’t do it (past willingness) Should […]

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Health Science II Review 1.05

Tracy values other team members. She is exhibiting a characteristic of what kind of leader? Democratic The manager of the emergency department prefers to plan all of the work schedules and is viewed as extremely strict. Her leadership style is most likely: autocratic What advantage is there for a health care agency that has effective […]

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Course 15 Set B Volume 1/ Chapter 1: Team Building

A Group is an assemblage of persons (or objects) located or gathered together. A Team is a group organized to work together Team Spirit º Increased Productivity º High morale during high ops tempo º Willingness to help fellow teammates º Strong identity/camaraderie º Little to no negative conflict º Differences resolved through compromise or […]

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Chapter 12 team building

Leadership Challenges in a Changing Workplace -Managers must motivate employees who are expected to do more work with fewer resources and as a result, become tired and frustrated -companies today are increasingly looking to attain specific skills as well as operational efficiencies by hiring independent contractors and outsourcing work Team Building -Research indicates that a […]

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English Unit 9 – Team building

implementer someone who convert plans into something achievable Coordinator someone who sets objectives and defines roles Shaper someone who shapes ideas, leads the actions Plant someone who creates and imagine plans Ressource investigator someone who communicate with the outside Team worker someone who builds teams, supports others and reduces conflicts Monitor, evaluator someone who sees […]

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Team Building Stages

Achieve belonging and acceptance Formation Stage:Subordinate Set personal & family concerns Formation Stage:Subordinate Learn about leaders and other members Formation Stage:Subordinate Listen to and care for subordinates Formation Stage:Leader Communicate Formation Stage:Leader Reward positive contributions Formation Stage:Leader Set Example Formation Stage:Leader Trust leaders & other members Enrichment Stage: Subordinate Find close friends Enrichment Stage: Subordinate […]

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