Leadership Flashcards

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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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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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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Leadership: The Relational Leadership Model Pt. 1

Paradigms _____ are patterns and ways of looking at things in order to make sense of them Paradigm Shift As times change, standard approaches to a topic may no longer be effective. An awareness of needing new ways to approach problems may signal _________ Leadership ______ is a relational and ethical process of people working […]

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Servant Leadership 1

The Servant As Leader (Robert Greenleaf, 1977) Foundation of Servant Leadership Servant-leaders should have a desire to serve first. The best test is: Do those served grow as persons? Do they, while being served, become healthier, wiser, freer, more autonomous, more likely themselves to become servants? And, what is the effect on the least privileged […]

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Usmc Leadership Traits Answers

JJ Justice Judgement DD Decisiveness Dependability I Initiative Integrity T Tact EE Endurance Enthusiasm B Bearing U Unselfishness C Courage K Knowledge L Loyalty

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Leadership Behaviors: Directive and Supportive Leader

Directive Leadership Typical Behaviors – Guiding and structuring follower’s activities – Defining role and communication patterns – Planning, scheduling and assigning responsibilities – Motivating and conveying expertise – Monitoring and following up on assignments – Clarifying expectations, goals and work methods Directive Leadership INCREASE followers performance – Tasks are highly structured – Tasks require cooperation […]

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USMC Leadership Principles and Traits

Leadership principle 1 Know yourself and seek self-improvement. Leadership principle 2 Be technically and tactically proficient. Leadership principle 3 Develop a sense of responsibility among your subordinates. Leadership principle 4 Make sound and timely decisions. Leadership principle 5 Set the example. Leadership principle 6 Know your Marines and look out for their welfare. Leadership principle […]

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Management Bullshit – Leadership Styles: Authoritative, Laissez-faire, Participative

Authoritative Leadership Maintain strong control over the people in the group, give orders and expect others to obey, dominate the group, and motivate others with fear or rewards Authoritative Leadership Work often proceeds smoothly, productivity is often high, and procedures are usually well defined Authoritative Leadership Creativity, autonomy, and self-motivation are stifled, and the needs […]

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Chapter 41

Bill Clinton 42nd President advocated economic and healthcare reform; second president to be impeached Al Gore Clinton’s vice president; presidential nominee in 2000 Democratic Leadership Council Created by Clinton and other centrist Democrats to point the party away from its traditional antibusiness, dovish, champion-of-the-underdog orientation and toward progrowth, strong defense, and anticrime policies. George HW […]

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The 5 Levels Of Leadership (John C. Maxwell)

Limited __________, limited leadership. Greater influence, greater effectiveness Influence If you want to ______, you need to grow. Lead A _________ always promises more than it can deliver. Position Leaders who rely on position to lead often __________ people Devalue Positional leaders feed on …. Politics Positional leadership is often …. Lonely People quit _______, […]

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Adp 6-22 / Adrp 6-22 – Army Leadership Questions And Answers

What ADP/ADRP covers Army Leadership? ADP/ADRP 6-22. What is leadership? Leadership is the process of influencing people by providing purpose, direction, and motivation to accomplish the mission and improve the organization. What is an Army Leader? An Army leader is anyone who by virtue of assumed role or assigned responsibility inspires and influences people to […]

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Traits, Motives and Characteristics of Leaders

General Personality Traits -traits observable both within and outside the context of work -Assessments: DISC, Myer-Briggs, Birkman etc… Task-Related Personality Traits -traits closely associated with task accomplishment General Personality Traits of Effective Leaders -self-confidence -trustworthiness -humility -enthusiasm -high tolerance for frustration -warmth -extroversion -sense of humor -emotional stability -assertiveness Task-Related Personality Leader Traits -Passion -courage […]

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Transformational Vs Transactional Leadership Test Questions

In the absence of leadership and organization experiences drift and detachment Drift is sailing without a rudder Detachment is A psychological state where the group lacks any deep commitment… Just going through the motions Examples of Drift and detachment -cannot visualize what the leader wants -cannot visualize what the leader believes -cannot identify any of […]

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ARMY JROTC 14 LEADERSHIP TRAITS

Bearing Its your personal image. Courage Overcoming fear physically and morally. Decisiveness Making quick and sound decisions. Dependability Being Reliable. Endurance Having physical and mental stamina. Enthusiasm The ability to motivate others. Initiative Accomplishing a task in the absence of orders. Integrity Doing what is right legally and morally. Judgment Making a decision based on […]

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Combo / 5411 Wgu (introduction To Leadership)

ISLLC Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC) Identified and established a set of professional standards for school leaders. (Six strands) Create a level of accountability. Six Strands (ISLLC) A school administrator has and emphasizes: A clear vision of learning; School culture and instructional program; effective management of facilities; Collaboration with […]

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The Senate

Which is the proper order of a bill becoming a law after it is introduced in the Senate? debate, committee, Senate approval, House approval, presidential action committee, debate, House approval, Senate approval, presidential action committee, debate, Senate approval, House approval, presidential action debate, Senate approval, House approval, committee, presidential action C Which is the proper […]

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unit 4 government institutions

Joint committees in the House are made up of how many members from each party The number of members from each party is equal. The number of members from each party is decided by the Speaker. The majority party has one more than half of the members on the committee. The minority party has one-fourth […]

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