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Leadership Principle

Leadership Principles #2

A goal: can be objective, can be a target, can be an end result and is necessary for any type of growth.
Situtational-centric leadership focuses on: turning over leadership to groups, committees, and key employees.
Good leaders are: continually working and studying to improve their present leadership skills
Leadership is: the demonstrated ability to influence others toward a goal
Early leader qualifications were based on: skills, strength, size, agility, and knowledge.
The type of historical leadership that is based on bloodlines, kings, and who was in control of the government is called: Leader-centric leadership
The key words to describe the impact of good leadership are: results and effectiveness
The first step in setting goals is to: specify the general objective
The first step in obtaining organizational goal commitment is to: obtain managerial support and commitment from leaders.
In today's world, it is generally concluded by leadership experts that leadership styles should match: the situation at hand.
COnculsions of trait research suggests that everyone can acquire some leadership skills to some degree through training suggesting leaders are: developed and nurtured.
Short-term goals usually deal with: goals that are based on current activities that can be applied on a daily basis
The leader who holds all authority and responsibility with communication moving from top to bottom of an organization is an: autocratic leader.
The leadership style that delegates authority to employees and allows them to work with minimum management interference and has a "let's work together approach" is the leadership style called: laissez-faire
Theory X is most consistent with the classical leadership style we call: autocratic
The leadership concept that suggests that leaders treat followers according to the assumptions they hold about what motivates those followers is called: Theory X & Theory Y
Created by: tpollard

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