154This quiz is designed to test your knowledge of these modules of the “Leadership”  lessons in the Business Models Courses.  The 22 lessons can be seen here;

There are ten questions some of which are “tick all that apply “, and others are True/False.

The pass mark is 70 out of a potential 100 points, 10 for each question.

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The Leadership Quiz

1. Kirkpatrick and Locke say that research identifies the key traits for leaders as:
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2. Good time management skills include:-
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3. Delegation will:-
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4. Consider the outcomes of an effective appraisal meeting versus a poor one A constructive appraisal meeting is one in which:-
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5. Brainstorming is a process involving a group of people thinking about a clearly defined problem in a relaxed forum .Everyone is asked to abandon their normal ways of thinking, contribute ideas, saying anything they think of without appraisal or interpretation. Ideas need not be fully thought through proposals. There is no evaluation, opinion or appraisal of proposals
6. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs model;-
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7. Emotional Intelligence:-
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8. To resolve conflict positively you should;-
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9. Managing the delivery and coaching the delivery team is where Leadership meets Management. Often the same person is the Leader and Manager, and the requisite skills sets collide and overlap. Sometimes the Visionary has a management team around them to handle delivery of the Vision. But the thing that sets Leaders apart from Managers is the Vision.
10. Leadership trait theory is an early leadership theory that says that there are certain inborn traits or attributes that mean people are more likely to succeed as leaders. So it infers that leaders are born, rather than made.

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