In addition to basic managerial functions of planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling, leaders are ascribed:
procedural and external roles.
procedural and internal roles.
strategic and internal roles.
strategic and external roles.
Leaders in high power distance cultures would be most characterized by:
expecting feedback from employees.
relying on formal structures to accomplish tasks.
seeking notoriety for the organization.
focusing on team efforts.
The trait approach to leadership suggests that:
leaders have special innate qualities.
leadership traits are clearly visible.
traits are based on social class.
traits cannot be measured.
The interactionist view of individual differences suggests:
the environment determines who we are.
genes are the most important factor in making people who they are.
heredity and the environment both influence individual differences.
culture is one of the key factor in determining how people behavior.
All managers have access to which source of individual power?
Followers will only follow a charismatic leader if:
they believe change is needed.
they are motivated.
they have clear rewards waiting for them.
they are confident.
As organizations grow and mature, the leader’s influence is often replaced with:
the influence of teams.
the power of middle management.
the presence of a strong culture.
individual decision making.
Which of the following cultural values can affect employee participation in decision making?
tolerance for ambiguity
__________ is change that is the result of specific and conscious actions by leaders or followers to change the organization.
__________ focuses on education and teaching participants the skills to effectively conduct the day-to-day activities of the individual’s role in the organization.
Supervisory and managerial development