UNIVERSITY / INSTITUTE: Purdue University
CLASS / COURSE: Leadership Process
Title: Chapter 6 Quiz
1. Leaders who make Theory Y assumptions believe workers are self-motivated.
2. Leaders who pull people together on the basis of shared beliefs and a common sense of organizational purpose and belonging
1. Are consistent
2. Demonstrate empathy
3. Have a compelling vision
4. Have a strong integrity
3. It has been said that the idea of a generational gap in values may be more popular culture than good social science.
4. Leaders who demonstrate empathy with us
1. Pull people together on the basis of shared beliefs
2. Show they understand the world as we see and experience it
3. Have common sense of organizational purpose and belonging
4. Demonstrate their commitment to higher principles through their actions
5. The Nexter generation will revive the ideal of the common man, whose virtue is defined less by self than by a collegial center of gravity.
6. Managers with this orientation rely heavily on coercive, external-control methods to motivate workers such as punishments and threats.
1. Theory X
2. Theory Y
4. Baby Boomers
7. In the postconventional level of moral development, the criteria are based on gaining others' approval.
8. Theory Y reflects a view that most people
1. Need to be coaxed to work productively
2. Are not naturally motivated to work
3. Need to be coerced to work productively
4. Are intrinsically motivated by their work 100%
9. Values play a key role in what data leaders review and how they define problems.
10. Some individuals believe that family security is an important goal to strive for. In terms of instrumental values, such individuals may think that it is important always to act in a(n)
1. Helpful manner
2. Courageous manner
3. Honest manner 100%
4. Imaginative manner
11. The study of authentic leadership has gained momentum recently because of the belief that enhancing self-awareness can help people in organizations find more meaning and connection at work.
12. The veterans
1. Grew up during the era of the Watergate scandal
2. Have been a stabilizing force in organizations for decades 100%
3. Work to live rather than live to work
4. Have little respect for and less interest in leaders
13. One's ability to reason about hypothetical moral issues is an assurance that one will act morally.
14. In terms of instrumental values, individuals who value inner harmony above all else may think that it is important always to be
15. The GLOBE project has demonstrated that there are no leader characteristics that are valued positively in some cultures but negatively in others.
16. As a group, this generation of workers tends to be technologically savvy, independent and skeptical of institutions and hierarchy.
1. The Nexters
2. The Veterans
3. The Baby Boomers
4. The Gen Xers
17. According to Darley, what, ethically, should one do when one is part of a performance measurement system?
18. When good people do bad things, what are the different methods they use in minimizing personal moral responsibility?
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SUBJECTS / CATEGORIES:
1. Human Resource
2. Organizational Behavior