51. Leaders and followers who possess higher levels of this type of intelligencetend to be quick learners and have the ability to make accurate deductions, assumptions and inferences with relatively unfamiliar information.A. Analytic intelligenceB. Practical intelligenceC. Creative intelligenceD. Social intelligence52. Students in a school for the mentally challenged did very poorly onstandardized tests yet consistently found ways to defeat the school’s elaborate security system. In this situation the students possessed a relatively high level ofA. Social intelligenceB. Analytic intelligenceC. Practical intelligenceD. Creative intelligence53. A leader who has a lot of knowledge and experience in leading apharmaceutical research team may feel like a duck out of water when asked to lead a major fund-raising effort for a charitable institution. This example illustrates that practical intelligenceA. Is concerned with knowledge and experienceB. Is domain specificC. Is the ability to learnD. Is the ability to produce work that is novel54. The ability to produce work that is both novel and useful is calledA. Practical intelligenceB. Social intelligenceC. Analytic intelligenceD. Creative intelligence55. Most intelligence and aptitude tests are good examples ofA. Systems thinkingB. Convergent thinkingC. Picture thinkingD. Divergent thinking56. What is traditionally viewed as creativity and are skills that help peoplerecognize novel patterns or connections?A. Practical intelligenceB. Analytic intelligenceC. Synthetic abilityD. Intrinsic motivation57. What term relates to a component of creative intelligence that deals withpeople either preferring to modify what already exists or completely starting over with new solutions?A. Thinking styleB. Environmental factorsC. Personality factorsD. Analytic intelligence58. Lower prudence, higher openness to experience and higher surgency scores are related toA. Intrinsic motivationB. Personality factorsC. Analytic intelligenceD. Environmental factors59. Creative people are most likely to focus onA. The need to meet deadlinesB. Impressing othersC. Making moneyD. Solving the problem at hand60. Which of the following statements concerning 360-degree feedback systems is false?A. Companies that used 360-degree feedback systems had a 10.6 per cent decrease in shareholder valueB. Most 360-degree feedback systems are designed to make comparisons between peopleC. 360-degree feedback are data based and provide good developmentfeedbackD. It provides insight into self-perceptions and others’ perceptions ofleadership skills61. Which of the following statements about 360-degree feedback systems istrue?A. 360-degree feedback results affect behavioral change per seB. 360-degree feedback are the only sources of “how” feedback forleadership practitionersC. 360-degree feedback should be built around an organization’scompetency modelD. It is mandatory for all leaders to receive 360-degree feedback62. Strategic differences with management and difficulty making strategictransitions are behaviors exhibited by derailed managers whoA. Have shown inability to develop or adapt to new bossesB. Have shown inability to build and lead a teamC. Have failed to meet business objectivesD. Have problems with interpersonal relationships63. Derailed managers exhibiting the derailment pattern that has to do with an inability to build relationships with coworkers are characterized by which of the following?A. Failure to staff effectivelyB. Organizational isolationC. Lack of hard workD. Difficulty making strategic transitions64. What is cited as the most common reason for CEO failure?A. Making poor decisions concerning which markets to pursueB. Problems developing a vision or strategy for the companyC. The inability to meet earnings projectionsD. Failure to keep promises, commitments or deadlines65. Which of the following underlies the derailment pattern of the inability ofmanagers to lead and build a team?A. The presence of dark side traitsB. Inadequate distribution channelsC. Poor decisions concerning which products to developD. Lying about business results66. As a difference between male-female patterns, females were more likely toderail because ofA. Their inflexibilityB. Their arroganceC. Their abrasive interpersonal styleD. Their inability to deal with complex organizational issues67. The insight component of the development pipeline concerned withA. On-the-job experiencesB. Providing leaders accurate feedback on their strengthsC. Acquiring new knowledge and skillsD. Working on development goals that matter68. Seventy to eighty percent of the action steps in a development plan should beA. ObservationB. Past experienceC. Job relatedD. Acquiring new knowledge69. Which of the following would most likely result in consistently higher effort and performance?A. Goals that are both specific and difficultB. Goals that are very difficult to achieveC. “Do your best” goalsD. Having clear goals70. Which of the following statements about goals is false?A. Determining just how challenging to make goals creates a dilemma forleadersB. Goal commitment is critical and is often as high as commitment to goals followers helped to setC. Followers exerted the greatest effort when goals were accompanied byfeedbackD. Easily attainable goals result in higher levels of effort and performance71. This occurs when leaders articulate high expectations for followers.A. Hawthorne effectB. Pygmalion effectC. Placebo effectD. Hierarchy effect72. Leaders who have little faith in their followers’ ability to accomplish a goal are rarely disappointed. This refers toA. Placebo effectB. Pygmalion effectC. Golem effectD. Hierarchy effect73. “Motivated performance is the result of conscious choice” is a fundamental assumption ofA. Self-efficacyB. Expectancy theoryC. Equity theoryD. Goal setting74. In effort-to-performance expectancy,A. The follower must determine whether the outcome is sufficiently positive to be worth the time and effortB. The follower estimates the likelihood of receiving a reward, given that she achieves the desired level of performanceC. The follower must determine the likely outcomes, assuming that theprevious two conditions have been metD. The follower estimates the likelihood of performing the desired behavior adequately, assuming she puts forth the required effort75. Personal inputs refer toA. SkillsB. RecognitionC. Job satisfactionD. Personal growth

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