PSYC 305 Motivation Leadership


PSYC 305 Motivation Leadership 
Select one of the top 10 companies to investigate, researching the names…


PSYC 305 Motivation Leadership

PSYC 305 Motivation Leadership

A+ Entire Course: Individual Assignment Week 1, 5|Team Assignment Week 3, 5, 6|Midterm Exam| Discussions Week 1-7|Final Exam

McFarlane Case Assignment Week 1

Individual assignment: McFarlane Case, p. 65 (Manning & Curtis): “Part One Video Case, Toying with Success: The McFarlane Companies”

After reading the case, answer “Questions for Discussion” 1 and 2, providing evidence for points you make.

Then, include a well thought-out and reflective 6 to 10-line personal conclusion.

Toying with Success: The MacFarlane Companies

What personality traits do leaders like Todd MacFarlane possess that distinguish them from other individuals?

Leaders such as Todd MacFarlane do not only possess brilliant minds, but rather, possess softer personal qualities that distinguish them from those who are…

How have global competition and technology advances changed business coalitions and leadership challenges?

With the advancements in technology and business processes, competition in the global market has also steadily increased at a faster rate.  Companies are…

PSYC 305 Motivation Leadership

Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For – Google – Assignment Week 3

Select one of the top 10 companies to investigate, researching the names from the site below, and as mentioned in Week 3 lecture:

Create a PowerPoint presentation with graphics about the company you selected Ensure that the following information has been researched and represented in the PowerPoint:

  1. What is the company known for? What does it do right? What are its mission and values? Does it work toward social responsibility?
  2. What is the company’s background—what is the source of its leadership, conscience and approach to social responsibility? What is the rationale for employee-friendly endeavors? What is the history behind its good governance?
  3. Who leads this company toward excellence presently? What are that person’s values? Are the values stated by the leader(s)? Do those values drive the company and carry over to its employees? What are the leadership qualities of the people responsible for its success?

Is the company profitable? Can you be a caring organization and still be profitable? (You may need to look in Hoover’s library database for a financial report.)

11 Power Point Slides

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The Big Five Personality Traits – Assignment Week 3

Take the Big 5 Personality Inventory on p. 387 in our book. Write a 400- to 600-word summary of your personality, as described by the Big 5 Inventory. Discuss the upsides and the downsides of the pattern of the five dimensions or traits of your personality. We know that three of the Big 5—conscientiousness, openness, and extroversion—are closely associated with leadership effectiveness. How do your scores reflect your readiness to become a leader? Include a reflection about how your personality shapes your behavior toward work, school, and teamwork.


The Big Five personality traits are domains of Psychology that is based on a five-factor model, which includes Openness, Conscientiousness, Extraversion, Agreeableness, and Neuroticism (OCEAN).  Under each…

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Employees with Passion – Assignment Week 5

Read the case study “Part Five Video Case—Hot Topic: Employees with Passion” on p. 281 of your textbook and answer the ‘Questions for Discussion’ 1 and 2, providing evidence for points you make. For full points, ensure substantive responses to the questions. See rubric below for criteria for full points.


  1. What makes Hot Topic so successful as a retailer? What makes them so popular with their employees? How can they keep their success going?

As a retailer, Hot Topic is so successful on two counts: the way they treat their customers and…

  1. How does the idea of no walls and no doors in the corporate headquarters encourage the culture Hot Topic is trying to perpetuate? Do you think you would like to work in such an atmosphere?

The work culture at Hot Topic is one where employees are encouraged to be explore their…

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Obamacare – Assignment Week 5

  1. to continue to work in your team with a new leader and members in other roles, all that were specified in Week 2 assignment, for Week 5, and
  2. to participate fully in completing a PowerPoint based on research conducted by your team on the phenomenon of groupthink and at least 3 scenarios/examples in which groupthink has had significant negative consequence.

Tasks and Deliverables

Read the section on “Avoiding groupthink” in the Manning and Curtis book, pp. 256–258. With your team, investigate multiple examples of groupthink and present information about the phenomenon and at least 3 scenarios / examples (other than the Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster) in a PowerPoint presentation. Your presentation must cover examples/ scenarios in which groupthink has had a significant consequence.

PowerPoint advice: Every slide should have clear, readable text no smaller than 28 point font; remember to limit your use of full sentences. Each slide should also have some kind of visual to enhance the communication of that content. Using APA guidelines cite your sources, including in-text citations. The professional team product includes an introduction, multiple content slides, and a conclusion, as well as a reference slide. Better products usually have about 15 to 20 slides (four or five from each student). You may need more for more complex products. More detailed guidelines on presentation techniques is provided in a document “PowerPoint dos and don’ts” in Doc sharing.

Preview: 19 PowerPoint Slides

ObamaCare or The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is purportedly an example of Groupthink gone wrong (, Sep 2013). It represents two groupthink scenarios:

Illusion of unanimity– occurs when a group submits to psychological pressures to think alike and unite around a decision. Any potential…

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Wal-Mart Assignment Week 6

To continue to work in your team with a new leader and members in other roles, as specified in week 2 assignment, for week 6, and

2)    to participate fully in completing a PowerPoint on an enlightened organization, as described on p. 87- 91 in Manning and Curtis, by assessing its organizational climate and highlighting characteristics of loyalty, consideration for others, motivation, communication, and leadership in that organization.

Tasks and Deliverables

Each team: Find an organization that has an enlightened organizational culture, as described on p. 87- 91 in our Manning-Curtis book. Research their culture and climate via the Web or other resources, and create a PowerPoint presentation, based on the Organizational Climate assessment and highlighting the characteristics of loyalty, consideration for others, motivation, communication, and leadership in that organization. Some examples for you to consider include: SAS, Google, Nugget Markets, and World Famous Pike Place Fish Market. There are many others, so have fun exploring the world of exceptional organizations and their enlightened culture.

PowerPoint advice. Every slide should have clear, readable text no smaller than 28 point font; remember to limit your use of full sentences. Each slide should also have some kind of visual to enhance the communication of that content. Using APA guidelines cite your sources, including in-text citations. The professional team product includes an introduction, multiple content slides, and a conclusion, as well as a reference slide. Better products usually have about 15 to 20 slides (four or five from each student). You may need more for more complex products. More detailed guidelines on presentation techniques is provided in a document “PowerPoint dos and don’ts” in Doc sharing.

Preview: 19 PowerPoint Slides

Since its inception in 1962, Wal-Mart has grown remarkably to become not only as US No.1 retailer, but also as the world’s No. 1 global retailer.  As of 2014, it operates 6,100 retail stores in 26 countries across…

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Midterm Exam

(TCO 2) Almost always listed as important for leadership success is/are ____. (Points : 3)

Basic intelligence

Clear and strong values

High level of personal energy

All of the above


(TCO 2) Qualities belonging potentially to everyone, but possessed more fully by leaders, include all of the following except ____. (Points : 3)

Vision and enthusiasm

Stability and concern for others

Self-confidence and persistence

Vitality and integrity

Hearing and size

(TCO 2) Problems with ____, ____, and _____ are fertile fields for emotional instability that can reduce leadership effectiveness. (Points : 3)

Methods, procedures, and processes

Plant, equipment, and supplies

Products, environment, and government

Alcohol, money, and relationships

Education, liquidation, and infiltration

(TCO 2) Even if the spirit is willing, _____ and _____ are needed to fulfill the tasks of leadership. The leader needs ____. (Points : 3)

Strength and stamina; vitality

Money and machines; planning

Manpower and methods; organization

Order and materials; control

None of the above

(TCO 2) In ____, Stuart Levine and Michael Crom write about building trust in the workplace. His prescription includes ____, ____, and ____. (Points : 3)

“Habits of the Heart”; respect society’s rules, trust in time, and end bitterness

“The Road Less Traveled”; never travel alone, always take a friend, and be dependable

“A Great Place to Work”; do what you love, lend a helping hand, and be considerate

“The Leader in You”; deal openly with everyone, keep promises, and care about people

None of the above

(TCO 2) Different kinds of intelligence include all of the following except: (Points : 3)






(TCO 2) Over time, the shift in emphasis for business success has been from _____ to ____. (Points : 3)

Communities to systems

Command and control to relationship management

Innovation to hierarchy

Team building to skill building

None of the above

(TCO 2) _____ describes how difficult the leader’s job can be: “Since no important decision ever pleases everyone in an organization, the leader must also absorb the displeasure, and sometimes the severe hostility, of those who would have taken a different course.” (Points : 3)

Peter Drucker

Margaret Wheatley

Chris Argyris

Douglas McGregor

Ken Blanchard

(TCO 2) In the passage, “He Made Me Feel Important,” Vince Lombardi influenced his players because of his: (Points : 3)

Physical size
Charismatic personality

Native intelligence

Personal insecurity

Job knowledge

(TCO 2) An important factor in determining leadership effectiveness is _____ based on preferred styles of leading and following. (Points : 3)

The number used

Income and geography

Size and distance

Leader-follower compatibility

All of the above

(TCO 5) The leadership philosophy behind quality improvement efforts is both ____, based on ____, and ____, concerned with ____. (Points : 3)

Technical; information systems; and strategic; business ethics

Hard; scientific management, and soft; human side of work

Masculine; support; feminine; power

Current; empirical data; historic; social influence

None of the above

(TCO 2) Ghiselli identified six traits as being important for effective leadership. Which of the following is not one of them? (Points : 3)

Supervisory ability



Strong ego

(TCO 2) The cornerstone of Shackleton’s leadership behavior included all but one of the following: (Points : 3)

Leading by example

Communicating a vision

Keeping records

Maintaining a positive attitude

(TCO 3) A leader’s use of _____ and _____ is effective only for a short period of time. (Points : 3)

Psychological size and overbearance

Experience and skill
Patience and understanding

Knowledge and ability

None of the above

(TCO 3) Employee participation has been shown to have a _____ impact on business success. (Points : 3)




None of the above

(TCO 5) Deming worked with the _____ and helped to rebuild their economy. (Points : 3)





(TCO 3) Good ways to be a servant leader include: (Points : 3)

Get out of the executive suite and onto the floor

Get out of the headquarters and into the field

Get out of the ivory tower and into the real world

All of the above

None of the above

(TCO 3) Through _____ and ____, the older community passes on ethics to young people. (Points : 3)

Modeling and socialization

Command and control
Self-study and self-leadership

Rules and regulations

Preaching and teaching

(TCO 5) The self-fulfilled person possesses all of the following except: (Points : 3)



Accurate perception of reality

No need for privacy

(TCO 5) All of the following motivational levels and psychological needs are correctly matched except: (Points : 3)

First Level – physical needs

Second Level – security needs

Third Level – self-fulfillment needs

Fourth Level – social esteem needs

(TCO 5) A company that promotes communication, employee relations, and the open-door policy would interest an applicant at the: (Points : 3)

Third motivation level

Fifth motivation level

Fourth motivation level

None of these levels

(TCO 3) Beliefs and values of the participative leader include: (Points : 3)

Full and free communication

Reliance on consensus to manage conflict

A basically human bias emphasizing the importance of individuals

All of the above

None of the above

(TCO 5) Physical and emotional needs that motivate behavior include: (Points : 3)

Survival and security

Belonging and respect


All of the above

None of the above

(TCO 5) The nature of one’s work is particularly critical in satisfying _____ needs. (Points : 3)


Physical needs

Affiliation needs

Security needs

(TCO 1) A leader’s ability to _____ and _____ is essential for leadership success. (Points : 3)

Understand people, deal with them effectively

Understand finance, keep technically proficient

Manipulate others, retain personal power

Live a balanced life, support the arts

None of the above

(TCO 5) Jeffrey Pfeffer shows that _____ correlates positively with motivation, and identifies _____ practices that successful companies share. (Points : 3)

Profit; seven

Safety; three

Enthusiasm; 10

All of the above

None of the above

(TCO 5) Proven policies and techniques that have positive effects on employee morale include all of the following except: (Points : 3)

Introduce a group bonus plan

Increase the amount and types of group interaction
Assign whole tasks, including preparatory and finishing work

Eliminate rewards based on job classification

Reduce the number of hierarchical levels

Allow workers to determine their own work methods

(TCO 5) If less than _______  percent of your job is enjoyable, there is a morale problem. (Points : 3)





(TCO 5) A continuum of empowerment, least to most, is as follows: (Points : 3)

Scientific management, industrial democracy, human relations training

Kibbutzim, job enrichment, collective bargaining

Suggestion box, quality circles, self-directed work teams

Quality improvement teams, safety meetings, labor/management codetermination

None of be above

(TCO 5) The effective leader gives attention to: (Points : 3)

Super stars

Fallen stars
Middle stars
All of the above

The team, not individuals

(TCO 5) (1) Define and (2) discuss the five sources and types of power (10 points). (3) Using these sources of power, illustrate clearly how a boss (or a teacher) has used their power over you in the past that either went well or did not (10 points). (Points : 20)

(TCO 1,4) (1) Describe the power and influence the use of effective words has in motivation and leadership. Please use specific examples from your personal experience. (2) Describe the role of a participative leader who works with employees and does NOT impose solutions. (Points : 20)

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Discussions Week 1-7 All Students Posts 510 Pages

Charismatic Leaders and Communication & Ohio State and Michigan Studies Discussions Week 1 All Students Posts 86 Pages

Charismatic Leaders and Communication – Posts 45 Pages

Do you think communication is more important to leaders now than it was in Hitler’s and FDR’s time? Explain why you think so or why you disagree. Who is a more current charismatic leader that you know of, and how are they similar to Hitler or FDR in their communication style?  Have you ever worked for a charismatic leader?  What about the leader makes you think of him or her as charismatic?…

Ohio State and Michigan Studies – 41 Pages

Consider the findings from the Ohio State and Michigan studies: Good leadership requires effectiveness on two dimensions – initiating structure, commonly called task orientation, and showing consideration, commonly called employee orientation. Evaluate a leader you know using those two dimensions of good leadership. Describe how well that leader manages both those dimensions. What is the outcome of their strengths or weaknesses in those dimensions?
1. Describe a situation that would call for a more task oriented leader.
2. In what situations would a more employee oriented leader be more successful?

Which orientation do you reflect in your style of leadership? Why do you tend to lean toward that style?  Describe a situation that would call for a more task-oriented leader…

Communication and Power-Its Use and Misuse Discussions Week 2 All Students Posts 77 Pages

Communication – 39 Pages

It has been said that communication controls, motivates, provides release, and facilitates decision-making. What happens in an organization when communication is limited? How does downward and upward communication affect the functions mentioned above?  Conversation styles differ between men and women. How does this affect organizational communication? Why is it important to be mindful of these differences?…

Power-Its Use and Misuse – Posts 38 Pages

TS Eliot wrote, “Half of the harm that is done in this world is caused by people who have power and want to feel important. They do not mean to do harm… they are simply absorbed in the useless struggle to think well of themselves.” (Manning & Curtis , p. 167)
Please do Exercise 8-1, p. 169. What kind of power does your supervisor commonly use, and what has been the outcome of their behavior…on the employees, on the company?  Do you think that people use different types of power because of the generation they were born into or because of their personality?…

Your Personality and Values and What’s Best for the Workers is Best for the Company? Discussions Week 3 All Students Posts 83 Pages

Your Personality and Values – 45 Pages

Values may be self-governing, but they do change with time. The link between personality, values, and work ethic is difficult to decipher. Your basic makeup is with you in every situation, especially in your organization. Have your values changed as you have matured, or have they stayed the same? Do you have different values than your parents or siblings? How do values affect the cohesiveness of the workplace? The differences in generations and work expectations are vastly different. What are some?  Why do people have different expectations?  How do gerenrational values intersect with these traits?  How do you like working with Baby Boomers, Gen Xers, or Millennials?….

What’s Best for the Workers is Best for the Company? – 38 Pages

A student who worked for Chipotle stated: “I love the Chipotle standard that what’s best for the people (employees) is best for the company and vice versa, so I always strive to do my best.” It sounds simple, but in reality, that is a difficult culture to enact. Why do you suppose that it isn’t common in most organizations? What is difficult about the implementation of such a policy? Does everyone have the same definition of “doing your best”? Will slackers perceive their best in a different light? Can you count on most managers to model the appropriate behavior? Who supervises the managers, and how are they held accountable, not only for product, but for cultural expectations? While this sounds like a wonderful company, how is the one you work for alike or different from the culture described?….

Employee Needs and Happy Employees-Common, or Scarce? Discussions Week 4 All Students Posts 70 Pages

Employee Needs – 37 Pages

Please take a look at the bulleted needs described on page 286: survival, security, belonging, respect, and fulfillment. Then, describe how your organization meets those needs, and explain what they could do differently to better meet the fulfillment needs.  Does motivation come from within, or is it stimulated by external forces?…

Happy Employees-common, or scarce? – 33 Pages

To kick off this discussion, remember what we were discussing this week about happy employees. Our lecture talked about making employees number one. How prevalent do you find this to be? Do you think it is common? Why or why not? Is it a lack of knowledge, ignorance, or arrogance? You would think that this concept was easy to understand. Do you think today’s managers and leaders forgot to read the handbook on effective employee management? What are some things companies can do more to make employees the most valuable asset in the organization?  Is this a good strategy?  Can it be overdone and cause a loss of customers?…

Manage Team Diversity and Avoid Groupthink and Organizational Climate: Warm and Open, or Chilly with a Chance of Rain? Discussions Week 5 All Students Posts 67 Pages

Manage Team Diversity and Avoid Groupthink – 38 Pages

Our text discusses the conclusion of research: Diverse teams utilize diverse opinions and approaches and are generally more effective in their accomplishment of tasks. Yet, the text states “diversity appears to increase group conflict.”
In what ways does diversity make conflict into a positive result? How can the appreciation and encouragement of people to be themselves and share their thoughts result in cohesiveness and effectiveness?
What are some specific things you could do or say in any group to decrease the conflict inherent in diversity and increase the productivity inherent in many minds and styles working together?
How does dealing with diversity in teams help in avoiding groupthink? Think about the forces of groupthink and how they can be dealt with when diversity of opinions, ideas, strategies, is allowed to function in teams.  What are some social factors that might improve the productivity outcomes of a diverse group?…

Organizational Climate: Warm and Open, or Chilly with a Chance of Rain? – 29 Pages

As stated in Chapter 5, organizational climate is the hallmark of integrated purpose, strong focus on the advancement of the individual, and respect for all members. Discuss any situations you have encountered in your vocational experiences where this cohesiveness was evident. How did you feel? How do you think this climate affected turnover?
If you have not experienced this type of corporation, what kinds of expectations would you have when you join it? How do you think the employees feel about their situation?

Successful Change Management and Stress and Burnout Management Discussions Week 6 All Students Posts 69 Pages

Successful Change Management – 35 Pages

Since change in the workplace is constant, a good leader knows how to implement and lead effective change. A description on p. 418 and 419 explains how change affects top management, middle management, and frontline employees. Read this section, and consider a time when you experienced change in your organization.
Describe how people at those three levels in the organization initiated or responded to the change. Did top management help his or her middle managers prepare employees for and implement the change? Did management understand the “losses” experienced by employees? Were employees resistant to the change? How did management overcome that resistance? If you could advise your boss about change management, what suggestions or strategies would you recommend?…

Stress and Burnout Management – 34 Pages

What is burnout? Who gets burned-out?
Read the stories about Joe in “We Buried Joe Today” and the “A tragic story” about ambulance attendants on pages 432 and 433. Comment on the stories and similar ones you may have heard about.  How can one deal with burnout, and what role does leadership play in preventing burnout in the workplace?…

Beneficial Conflict and Cultural Sensitivity Discussions Week 7 All Students Posts 58 Pages

Beneficial Conflict – 30 Pages

Conflict can be beneficial to organizations, stimulating cohesiveness and creativity. Of course, it can have the opposite effect. Provide any examples of your experience with conflict. Read the article in the Webliography entitled: Fight for What’s Right: Ten Tips to Encourage Meaningful Conflict. Also, after reviewing the chapter, list the positive results that can come from organizational conflict.  What are some issues faced by organization in cross cultural negotiations?…

Cultural Sensitivity – 28 Pages

Cultural sensitivity is crucial to local and global success. It is very difficult to be aware of and sensitive to issues and traditions we are ignorant about. How can we decrease our own ignorance? Can we be proactive about it, or do we just have to wait until someone alerts us that we are being insensitive? Are there still issues that divide us along racial or cultural lines?  If so, what can organizations do to change this?  What is our personal responsibility in making positive changes and reducing intolerance?…

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Final Exam

(TCO 3) Ethics is derived from the _____ word ethos, referring to a person’s inner character and fundamental orientation toward life. (Points : 5)






(TCO 3) The effective leader holds _____ as a central value and foundation for all other values. (Points : 5)




None of the above

(TCO 3) In dealing with moral dilemmas, organizations typically reflect one of three ethical climates: (Points : 5)

Strong central leaders; democratic leadership; no leaders

Self-centered; other-centered; no-centered

Law of the jungle; agrarian society; free market economy

Profit-maximizing; trusteeship; quality of life management

None of these

(TCO 7) Committee projects, employee involvement teams, and group activities are preferred by _____ personality types. (Points : 5)





(TCO 4) Organizations must effectively manage five team processes for the team concept to work: (Points : 5)

Buy in, accountability, learning, infrastructure, partnering

Assembly, identification, organization, implementation, disbursement

Conflict, collaboration, motivation, understanding, achievement

Fact-finding, theorizing, executing, consolidating, learning

All of the above

(TCO 4) A leader can create a high performance team by: (Points : 5)

Showing enthusiasm for the work of the group

Making timely decisions based on group goals

Keeping people informed about progress

Putting others first and self-last

All of the above

(TCO 4) All of the following are important questions to ask during team building exercises, except: (Points : 5)

Who are we to blame?

What should be our goals?

What is our purpose?

How should we work together to fulfill our potential?

(TCO 8) The effective leader … (Points : 5)

Is sensitive to diverse cultural backgrounds

Considers the character of each individual

Considers the needs of each individual

All the above

(TCO 9) The workplace can include many changes in structure, tasks, and ____. (Points : 5)




Both Technology and People

(TCO 7) All but one of the following are steps that help close communication gaps caused by personality differences. (Points : 5)

Be tolerant

Be quiet

Talk it out

Give a little

(TCO 3) The quality of _____ is possessed by all truly great leaders: (Points : 5)

Looking before leaping

Doing the right thing for the right reason

Following-up on decisions

Considering alternative courses of action

Never telling a lie

(TCO 4) Group member roles that reduce group success are: (Points : 5)

Ego tripper, negative artist

Above it all, aggressor

Jokester, avoider

All of the above

None of the above

(TCO 8) The practices that are considered most important in dealing with diversity are: (Points : 5)

Top management’s personal involvement; targeted recruitment

Internal advocacy groups; inclusion of diversity in performance evaluations

Diversity training groups; work and family policies that support diversity

All of the above

None of the above

(TCO 9) Types of leadership training interventions include: (Points : 5)

One-on one coaching

Formal education

On-the job learning

All of the above

None of the above

(TCO 9) Which of the following conditions is not conducive to growth? (Points : 5)

People grow when there is a felt need

People grow when their plans move from general goals to specific actions

People grow when they are coerced by an autocratic leader

People grow as they move from external to internal commitment

(TCO 9) _____ focus and energize people, _____ reinforces and encourages people, _____ is needed to correct and modify behavior. (Points : 5)

Activities; practice; teamwork

Studies; repetition; analysis

Goals; recognition; feedback

Projects; measurement; planning

None of the above

(TCO 6) _____ is a careful search for excellence, which involves taking the absolute best as a standard and trying to surpass it. (Points : 5)

Top grading

Bottom lining

Pin pointing

Bench marking

None of the above

(TCO 6) Performance management skills include: (Points : 5)

Preparation, execution, evaluation

Tasks, relationships, ideas

Reading, writing, speaking

Clearly communicating goals, coaching others to succeed, correcting poor performance

None of the above

(TCO 6) Performance reviews should include which three steps? (Points : 5)

Preparation, implementation, follow-up

Job design, wage administration, evaluation

Individual report, group report, organizational report

Thinking, doing, discussion

Content, process, application

(TCO 10) Performance management is a critical element of effective leadership. One part establishes direction and clarity of assignment. It is: (Points : 5)

Performance planning

Performance coaching

Correcting poor performance

None of the above

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TCO 4) This question has multiple parts. Our text provides five techniques that help reduce the tendency towards groupthink in the decision-making processes. (I) Describe each technique in your own words, and (II) explain which symptoms of groupthink each technique is used to control or reduce, and why it works that way. (Points : 30)

(TCO 2) (I) Describe the following leadership qualities: ability, enthusiasm, stability, and concern for others. (II) Use examples from our book to provide the details of how each quality enhances leadership effectiveness. (III) Explain what results from lack of this quality in a leader. (Points : 30)

(TCO 3) Describe four ways that power and psychological size can be abused. For each abuse, describe a solution to the problem created by that abuse. (Points : 20)

(TCO 8) I. Describe five ways to manage diversity effectively.
II. Rank order these strategies, and explain why you ranked them as you did, using examples to clarify your rankings. (Points : 20)

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