“Hybrid teams” describe teams that:meet across time and distance via various forms of communication technology.include some co-located members and some dispersed members.include people with multiple roles within an organization.evolve as organizations confront the many new forms of contemporary collaboration.1 points QUESTION 2The majority of multinational companies rely on teams who are:VirtualGeographically dispersedRequire technology to interact All of the above1 points QUESTION 3Challenges that virtual teams experience include: fewer opportunities for collaboration across time and space less trust and more conflictfewer subgroups formedNone of the above1 points QUESTION 4Which statement describes Shared Leadership?Members of a team take on leadership behaviors to influence the team and to maximize team effectiveness. It involves the sharing of influence by team members.Team members step forward when situations warrant, providing the leadership necessary, and then step back to allow others to lead. All of the above. 1 points QUESTION 5Virtual teams are most effective when: There is one strong leader in a groupThere are subgroupsWhen leadership is sharedNone of the above1 points QUESTION 6According to Hill’s model for team leadership effectiveness is accomplished through which two critical functions? Coaching and networkingPerformance and development Training and building commitmentFacilitating decision and managing conflict1 points QUESTION 7requisite variety is achieved when…a leader’s behavior matches the complexity of the situation.behaviors of the leader meet the needs of a team.A leader is behaviorally flexible and practices a wide repertoire of actions or skills to meet the team’s diverse needs.All of the above.1 points QUESTION 8According to Larson and Lafasto (1989), a clear elevating goal, results-driven structure, unified commitment, and principled leadership are examples of Conditions enabling group effectivenessCharacteristics of team excellenceEffectiveness and ExcellenceNone of the above.1 points QUESTION 9Leaders may reduce their team’s effectiveness if they: set prioritiesmanage performancedemonstrate technical competenceoverestimate the positive aspects of team performance1 points QUESTION 10According to Mcgrath’s critical leadership functions, what is the first question leaders should ask in order to understand the current state of the team’s functioning? Should I intervene to meet task or relational needs? Is there internal conflict between members of the team?Should I continue monitoring these factors, or should I take action based on the information I have already gathered and structured?Should I intervene internally or externally? 1 points QUESTION 11According to McGrath’s critical leadership functions model, the second decision confronting a leader involves determining whether the team needs help in dealing with relational issues or task issues.determining what level of the team process needs leadership attention: internal leadership actions or external leadership actions.Both answers one and two None of the above1 points QUESTION 12According to McGrath’s critical leadership functions, if a leader is determining whether to intervene inside of the team or externally, he/she is considering which type of decision. Leadership decision 1Leadership decision 2Leadership decision 3Leadership decision 41 points QUESTION 13Which list provides examples of internal task leadership actions?coaching, collaborating and managing conflict issuesFacilitating decision making, training team members in task skills, and maintaining standards of excellence.Building commitment, satisfying individual member needs, and modeling ethical practicesSharing relevant environmental information with the team and networking and forming alliances.1 points QUESTION 14If a leader is negotiating upward to secure necessary resources support and recognition for their team, they are practicing which type of leadership action?External Environmental Internal relationalInternal task None of the above1 points QUESTION 15What are some examples of assessment tools that the book mentions may be helpful in identifying challenges within a team and setting steps needed for action. The team excellence surveyThe full collaborative team leader instrument Both answers 1 and 2None of the above1 points QUESTION 16According to the book’s review of the data, which statement is not true?Women earn 57% of bachelor’s degrees and 60% of master’s degrees.Women earn more than half of the doctoral degrees.Women make up over half of the US labor force.Women are underrepresented in the upper echelons of American’s corporations and political systems. 1 points QUESTION 17Which three explanations are generally given to understand the reasons for the gap for females in leadership positions.Education, work experience and work-home conflictGender stereotypes, vulnerability and reactancecommitment and motivation, self-promotion and negotiation traits. Human capital, gender differences, and prejudice.1 points QUESTION 18The gender gap in leadership can be attributed to the fact that:Women have less education than men.Women quit their jobs more than men do.Women opt out of the leadership track.Women have less work experience and more career interruptions than men. 1 points QUESTION 19Meta-analyses point to general trends pointing to gender differences in leadership styles between men and women. Overall, women tend to lead with more _______democratic or participatory stylesnegotiation transformational leadership behaviors answers 1 and 31 points QUESTION 20Role congruity theory refers to the cross-pressure to exhibit bothInvestment at home and at workAgentic qualities and communal qualitiesDecisive and rationalNone of the above1 points QUESTION 21This term describes the tendency for a group to reproduce itself in its own image:Token employeeHomosocial reproductionReactance response Intersectionality1 points QUESTION 22The book points to several factors that are contributing to an increase in effective female leaders. Which of the following describes how organizations are working to reduce the leadership gap? Valuing flexible work hoursAssigning more women to high visibility positionsDeveloping effective and supportive mentoring relationships for women.All of the above. 1 points QUESTION 23The book calls for future research on gender and leadership to address which of the following areas: The interactive effects of multiple minority identities. Gender and leadership from a cross-cultural perspective.Closing the gender gap in the home.All of the above1 points QUESTION 24Globalization involves increased interdependence between nations in which of the following areas:economic and political social and technical both answers 1 and 2None of the above1 points QUESTION 25The learned beliefs, values, rules norms, symbols, and traditions common to a group of people that are shared and make a group unique describes which term:DiversityCultureGlobalizationNone of the above1 points QUESTION 26Which of the following is not true about culture?It is dynamicIt places one’s own group at the center of their observations of others and the world. It can be transmitted to othersIt includes customs and scripts for a group of people 1 points QUESTION 27How should skilled leaders best respond to issues related to ethnocentrism?Confidence in their own way of doing things.Sensitivity to the legitimacy of the ways of other cultures.Avoid issues related to ethnocentrism. Both answers 1 and 21 points QUESTION 28Pearson-task orientation refers to The degree to which cultures exhibit shared power as opposed to hierarchical power.The extent to which cultures emphasize human interaction as opposed to stressing tasks to be accomplished. The extent to which long term and short term orientation are considered. None of the above. 1 points QUESTION 29The following is NOT true about the GLOBE studiesThe studies have generated a very large number of findings on the relationships between culture and leadership.They used prior research to create regional clusters.Globe researchers collect data only through questionnairesIts primary purpose is to increase understanding of cross-cultural interactions and the impact of culture on leadership effectiveness. 1 points QUESTION 30Which of the 9 cultural dimensions identified by GLOBE involves the extent to which a society, organization, or group relies on established social norms, rituals, and procedures to avoid uncertainty. Uncertainty avoidanceIndividual collectivismIn group collectivism Humane orientation1 points QUESTION 31According to GLOBE researchers, Iran is in which country cluster?Middle EastConfucian Asia Southern AsiaEastern Europe1 points QUESTION 32Which cultural dimension had no clusters with a high score, according to GLOBE researchers? Institutional collectivismUncertainty avoidancePower distanceHumane orientation1 points QUESTION 33The purpose of the GLOBE culture cluster project was:To determine how people from different cultures viewed leadership. To determine the ways in which cultural characteristics were related to culturally endorsed leadership behaviors.To find out how differences in cultures were related to differences in approaches to leadership. All of the above1 points QUESTION 34Which of the following is NOT included in GLOBE’s global leadership behaviors? Charismatic/value-based leadershipTeam-oriented leadershipCollective leadershipSelf-protective leadership1 points QUESTION 35Anglo countries desire leaders who are especially: Charismatic, participative, and humaneTeam oriented Autonomous Self protective 1 points QUESTION 36Southern Asia’s desired leadership profile is simular to the profile of ____________.Sub-Saharan AfricaConfucian AsiaGermanic EuropeThe Middle East.1 points QUESTION 37Which of the following is a universally undesirable leadership attribute?Effective bargainerSelf-protectiveAutonomousNonexplicit1 points QUESTION 38Which of the following is NOT true of the GLOBE project? Data were collected by 170 social scientists, representing 62 countries from all regions of the worldParticipants included 17,300 managers in 951 organizationsIt provides a clear set of assumptions and propositions that can form a single theory about the way culture relates to leadership or influences the leadership process. The data emerges from a well developed quantitative research design. 1 points QUESTION 39Implicit leadership theory was used by GLOBE to conceptualize leadership. This approach understands leadership as:the process of being perceived by others as a leader.involving a specific skill setthe ability to transform people/situationsAll of the above1 points QUESTION 40Why is it useful to understand issues about culture? To help leaders understand their own cultural biases and preferences.To help communicate more effectively and accurately across cultural and geographic boundaries and become more empathetic.To better understand what it means to be a good leader. All of the above1 points QUESTION 41Which of the following traits are associated with charismatic leadership?intelligence, self-confidencephysical attractiveness, heightdesire for power, desire to help othersself-monitoring, impression management1 points QUESTION 42The underlying premise of emotional intelligence’s impact on leadership is ______.intelligence is the most essential part of leadershipsensitivity to personal emotions is most important to positive leadershipunderstanding one’s own and others’ emotions provides a base for impactful leadershipemotional intelligence has minimal impact on effective leadership1 points QUESTION 43A major criticism of the trait approach is ______.its intuitive appealthere is no definitive list of leadership traitsit highlights the leader component in the leadership processresearch on leadership traits is fairly new1 points QUESTION 44Which theory offers the strength of prescriptive value by telling a leader what he/she should and should not do in various contexts? The behavioral approachThe situational approach The skills approach The trait approach1 points QUESTION 45Which theory shifted attention to follower needs and motivations?Leader-Member Exchange TheoryBehavioral approachTransformational LeadershipPath-Goal Theory1 points QUESTION 46Why is ethics central to leadership?The nature and process of influence.The need to engage followers in accomplishing mutual goalsThe impact leaders have on the organizations values. All of the above1 points QUESTION 47Training in servant leadership involvesSelf assessment Educational sessionsGoal settingAll of the above1 points QUESTION 48The five principles of ethical leadership described in the book can be traced to:AristotleImmanuel KantRobert GreenleafMother Theresa1 points QUESTION 49Which leadership style has been negatively related to outcomes such as effectiveness and satisfaction in organizations?Transformational LeadershipTransactional leadership Laissez-faire leadershipNone of the above1 points QUESTION 50The Big Five consists of all of the following factors except ______.openness neuroticismconscientousnessdominance
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