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Leadership Questioner

Leadership Questioner



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Published by: Syed Imran Shah on Jun 18, 2008
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04/10/2006 08:50 AMLeadership QuestionerPage 1 of 8http://www.nwlink.com/~donclark/leader/bm_model.html
Leadership Questioner 
Objective: To determine the degree that a person likes working withtasks and other people.Time: 45 MinutesInstructions:.1Have the learners complete the 18 items in thequestioner section. .2Next, have them transfer their answers to the two respectivecolumns provided in thescoringsection. Total the score in eachcolumn and multiply each total by 0.2. For example, in the firstcolumn (People), if the learner answered 5, 3, 4, 4, 3, 2, 5, 4, 3then his or her final score is = 33 X 0.2 = 6.6..3The total score for the fist column (people) is plotted on verticalaxis in thematrixsection, while the total score for the secondcolumn (Task) is plotted on the horizontal axis. For a sample, seeExample. Finally, have the learners intersect the lines to see inwhat leadership dimension they normally operate out of:AuthoritarianImpoverishedTeam Leader Country Club
Below is a list of statements about leadership behavior. Read each onecarefully, then, using the following scale, decide the extent to which itactually applies to you. For best results, answer as truthfully as possible. 
never sometimes always0 1 2 3 4 5
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I encourage my team to participate when it comes decisionmaking time and I try to implement their ideas and suggestions. .2_______ Nothing is more important than accomplishing a goal or task. .3_______ I closely monitor the schedule to ensure a task or project willbe completed in time. .4_______ I enjoy coaching people on new tasks and procedures. .5_______ The more challenging a task is, the more I enjoy it. .6_______ I encourage my employees to be creative about their job. .7_______ When seeing a complex task through to completion, I ensurethat every detail is accounted for. .8_______ I find it easy to carry out several complicated tasks at thesame time. .9_______ I enjoy reading articles, books, and journals about training,leadership, and psychology; and then putting what I have read intoaction. .10_______ When correcting mistakes, I do not worry about jeopardizingrelationships. 
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.11_______ I manage my time very efficiently. .12_______ I enjoy explaining the intricacies and details of a complex taskor project to my employees. .13_______ Breaking large projects into small manageable tasks issecond nature to me. .14_______ Nothing is more important than building a great team. .15_______ I enjoy analyzing problems. .16_______ I honor other people's boundaries. .17_______ Counseling my employees to improve their performance or behavior is second nature to me. .18_______ I enjoy reading articles, books, and trade journals about myprofession; and then implementing the new procedures I have learned.
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After completing the questioner, transfer your answers to the spaces below:

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