Describe alina leadership style

1. What are some examples of widespread oppression?
all of the above
2. How many “bases” of power are there?
3. Growth takes ____________, not ____________.
leadership, management
management, leadership
innate abilities, inborn abilities
telling, selling
4.__________ are your ability to help the group achieve its goals and maintain effective working relationships among members.
managing skills
leadership skills
following skills
hindering skills
5.Rex is in a high-level management position at his company. He believes that he was born with the capacity to influence others, and that his innate social abilities have led to his success on the job. What approach to power does Rex’s opinion exemplify?
inborn influence
social exchange
6. Alina is the leader of a small group. She is usually considerate, encouraging, and engaged with the other members of the group and the decisions that are made. Occasionally though, she lets the group make decisions without her. Alina’s leadership style could be described as:
Autocratic with elements of democracy
generally democratic, sometimes laissez-faire
typically laissez-faire, occasionally autocratic
democratic with instances fo permissiveness
7. _________ defined leadership as the ability to move the masses (through peruasion or violence).
Ho Chi Minh
Niccolo Machiavelli
Julius Caesar
Adolf Hitler
8. _________ embodies a leader whose actions spoke louder than words.
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Harriet Tubman
Fred Fiedler
Robert Bales
9. “Power exists in relationships, not in individuals, and constructive use of power requires a cooperative context.” These principles are the basis for what theory?
the trait-factor approach to power
the dynamic-interdependence approach to power
constructive/destructive relationship theory
social exchange theory
10. The “great-person” theory implies that _________.
great leaders are made and developed
all the really great leaders have already lived and died
great leaders are born and discovered
great leaders don’t exist.