Quiz on leadership: MCQ and Quiz
01: A leader is a person whose behaviour stimulates action in a group.
02: Leadership is the ability to influence a group towards achievement of goal, or objective, or purpose. It is the process of influencing the behaviour of individuals in a given situation. It is the phenomenon of influencing, guiding and directing the actions and thought of the people in the intended direction.
03: Self proclaimed is not a type of leader?
04: An autocratic leader thinks he is always correct.
05: In democratic leadership, rocess is slow but results are good.
06: Alaissez-fair leader is not able to take judgement. He doesn’t take any responsibility and productivity is quite low.
07: The role of a leader are as follows:
- Group advisor.
- As an analyzer.
- Grop advisor and co-ordinator.
08: Personality theory focuses on personal qualities.
09: Great Man theory is based on personality theory.
10: Trait theory is modification of Great man theory.
11: Intelligence and personality are the required illustrative qualities.
12: Meaning of intelligence.
Intelligence enough to understand the context and content of their position and function.
13: The limitations of trait theory are as follows:
- It is not based on systematic development of concepts and principles.
- The trait theory does not try to relate particular traits to performance, behaviour and effectiveness of leaders.
14: In initiating structure, Member satisfaction is low but high productivity with high score.
15: According to the Ohio State Studies, the another dimension of leader behaviour is consideration dimension.
16: According to the Michigan University studies, production-oriented leader behaviour is related to initiating structure.
17: According to the Michigan University studies, employee-oriented leader behaviour is related to consideration.
18: Robert Blake and Jane Mouton developed Managerial Grid?
19: Managerial Grid is a Graphic model.
20: In Managerial Grid,
- Concern for production runs along with horizontal dimension.
- There are 81 possible combinations.
21: Fred Fielder developed contingency theory.
22: Factors involved in contingency theory are as follows:
- Task structure.
- Position power.
- Leader and member relation.
23: Robert house developed Path-Goal theory.
24: Path-Goal theory is one of the most approaches to understand leadership.
25 Match the followings:
Autocratic leader: Believes in himself
Democratic leader: Joint decision
Lasisez-fair: Gies little advice