M1V2 Quiz

Question 1 of 7

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Assume that a boss is very knowledgeable in a job that both Joe and Tony have to do because he did the same job in 1980. He says:

(1) “Joe in 1990 I did what you have to do and it worked. Don’t argue with me, do what I did!”
(2) “Tony in 1980 I did what you have to do and it worked. It may be helpful to you have a look.”

The two interactions are different in a number of ways but what is the KEY difference?

Select one of the following:

  • The outcome is predictable in Joe’s case. In Tony’s case the outcome may the same, better or worse than in 1980.

  • Joe does not have a choice but Tony does have a choice.

  • With Joe the boss is being autocratic but with Tony his management style is more democratic.

  • With Tony his intent is to give him something while with Joe his intent is to get something out of him.

Question 2 of 7

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Why is compulsion better than persuasion?

Select one of the following:

  • The statement is false, persuasion is better than compulsion.

  • Its quicker and gives a more immediate result.

  • The person is being honest and upfront that they want to get something out of the subordinate.

  • Some people will only do what you want them to do under compulsion.

Question 3 of 7

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In the following definition of Leadership, which are means as opposed to ends?

“Leadership is about achieving a result, vision, outcome through people.”

Select one of the following:

  • A. Result

  • B. Vision

  • C. Outcome

  • D. People

  • A, B and C

Question 4 of 7

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In the following definition of Leadership, which are ends as opposed to means?

“Leadership is about achieving a result, vision, outcome through people.”

Select one of the following:

  • A. Result

  • B. Vision

  • C. Outcome

  • D. People

  • A, B & C

Question 5 of 7

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The use of compulsion (sticks) and persuasion (carrots) to get results out of people produces the following:

Select one of the following:

  • People only do something because they have to, not because they want to.

  • People are driven by fear and greed.

  • People feel dominated and manipulated.

  • People become resistant and rebellious.

  • All of the above.

Question 6 of 7

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The following are examples of compulsive power models:

Select one of the following:

  • A. Physical force

  • B. Name dropping

  • C. Rank

  • D. Seduction

  • E. Doing something for others

  • A, B and C

  • D and E

Question 7 of 7

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The boss you would work for because you have to:

Select one of the following:

  • Only uses compulsive power models.

  • Has the intent to get something out of you.

  • Rarely uses persuasive power models.

  • Will always behave in strong, autocratic ways.

  • Is just mean.

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