Leaders ultimately must be judged
on the basis of a framework of values, not just in terms of their
Leaders who make Theory Y
assumptions believe workers are self-motivated. True False
Gen Xers tend to be more committed
to a specific organization than to their vocation. True False
It has been said that the idea of
a generational gap in values may be more popular culture than good social
The Nexter generation will revive
the ideal of the common man, whose virtue is defined less by self than by a
collegial center of gravity.
In the postconventional level of
moral development, the criteria are based on gaining others’ approval.
Values play a key role in what
data leaders review and how they define problems. True False
Leaders with strong affiliation
values enjoy analyzing data to get at the truth. True False
Values play a very small role in
conflict between groups. True False
The study of authentic leadership
has gained momentum recently because of the belief that enhancing
self-awareness can help people in organizations find more meaning and
connection at work.
Servant leadership puts the
emphasis upon listening effectively to others. True False
One’s ability to reason about
hypothetical moral issues is an assurance that one will act morally. True False
Ethical problems are almost
inherent in systems designed to measure performance. True False
The most salient aspect of any
culture typically involves behavior. True False
GLOBE project has demonstrated that there are no leader characteristics that
are valued positively in some cultures but negatively in others.