CLED 450 Exam 2

CLED 450 Exam 2 Liberty University

  1. According to Finzel (Ch. 1), “I believe the number one leadership sin is that of top-down _______ ______.”
  2. According to Finzel (Ch. 2), “Yes, we may tend toward one style because of our personalities. But no, we are not to use that as an excuse to…” (complete the sentence.)
  3. According to Finzel (Ch. 2), “In the area of leadership, [someone who puts paperwork before peoplework] would be called a _____-______ style of leader.” (fill in the blanks.)
  4. According to Finzel (Ch.7), which of the following is NOT one of the “four basic areas where followers need to be clear?”
  5. According to Finzel (Ch. 1), “He [Jesus Christ] was God Himself in the flesh, and had every right to be a dictator. In fact, He is the one and only man who has ever walked on the face of the earth who _____ ______ _____ _____ ______ ______ an absolute autocrat.” (fill in the blanks.)
  6. According to Finzel (Ch. 2), “Christian growth is _______, not ______.” (fill in the blanks.)
  7. According to Finzel (Ch.10), “The _____ _____ _____ _____ always fights against our planning and thinking time, but if we don’t make the time to plan for the future we will be its victims.” (fill in the blanks)
  8. According to Finzel (Ch.8), “To understand the culture of the origination is to know…” (complete the sentence)
  9. According to Finzel (Ch.6), who was the “most profound example” of delegation?
  10. According to Finzel (Ch.10), “_____ organizations are not afraid to hear the _____.” (Be able to fill in the blanks)
  11. According to Finzel (Ch. 4), what stage is missing from the following four stages in the devolution of a freshmovement: Men & Women, Movement, Machines, & ___________.
  12. According to Finzel (Ch.7), “There are no _____ people in your organization.” (fill in the blank)
  13. According to Finzel (Ch.10), “Leaders who don’t change with the changing climate of our future world will, like the dinosaurs, find themselves…” (complete the sentence)
  14. According to Finzel (Ch.2), “Most successful leaders today tend toward being ______-______.” (fill in the blanks.)
  15. According to Finzel (Ch.6), “My [Finzel’s] rule of thumb is this:…” (complete the sentence)
  16. According to Finzel (quoting Robert K. Greenleaf in Ch.1), “A new moral principle is emerging which holds that the only authority deserving one’s allegiance is that which is freely and knowingly granted by the led to the leader in response to, and in proportion to, the clearly evident servant stature of the leader.”
  17. According to Finzel (Ch. 4), harnessing your brightest starts to committees and paperworks is a good way to keep their egos in check.
  18. According to Finzel (Ch.10), “When the team has a stake in goal formation, statistics say that leaders have the best chance of persuading the team members to have a vested interest in goal ownership but they may still may not see these goals fulfilled.”
  19. According to Finzel (Ch.9), “In organizational life, a leader who fails to identify and develop successor stalls the future effectiveness of the organization and hinders the fulfillment of its purposes.”
  20. According to Finzel (Ch. 4), “Organizations have this nasty habit of becoming institutions.”
  21. According to Finzel (Ch.5), “Very often, how a project is done is the crux of the matter. If it is done differently, even though it may have been accomplished effectively, it may matter a great deal.”
  22. According to Finzel (Ch.2), “One of the greatest sources of conflict between followers and their leaders has to do with this issue of role expectations.”
  23. According to Finzel (Ch.6), “Delegation is about ‘private ownership” of one’s work, and in the communist system there simply was no private ownership.”
  24. According to Finzel (Ch. 4), all troublemakers and malcontents are true mavericks.
  25. According to Finzel (Ch.5), “Rather than always dictating decisions, the good leader will try as often as possible to let those he is leading make decisions.”
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