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Each week you will complete the assigned leadership self-assessments. Submit your reflection paper for review and feedback from your professor.

Each week you will complete the assigned leadership self-assessments. Submit your reflection paper for review and feedback from your professor. Combine all of the assessments outcomes/reflections from week 1 through 7. Summarize your findings and provide a plan for your professional development and growth. Describe how you will strengthen your leadership skills.

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week7 assesstments

My Attitudes Toward Sharing Knowledge

Knowledge Sharing Results = 45

You are generous with respect to knowledge sharing and would probably fit well in an organization that practices knowledge management.

My Tolerance for Cultural Differences

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SCORING AND INTERPRETATION: Cultural sensitivity is essential for inspiring people from different cultures. A person with cultural sensitivity will recognize certain nuances in customs that help him or her build better relationships with people from different cultures. Cultural misunderstandings tend to cluster in five key areas: (1) language differences, (2) religious differences, (3) work habits, (4) women’s roles, and (5) personal appearance and behavior.

The scenarios in this assessment represent various situations where lack of cultural sensitivity could hamper ones effectiveness as a multicultural leader. The more of these statements you are very comfortable with, the higher your tolerance of cultural differences.

Cultural Tolerance Results = 48

You are highly tolerant and flexible in terms of working with a broad spectrum of people. These attitudes should help you be an effective multicultural leader.


Week6 Assessments

The Creative Personality Test

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SCORING AND INTERPRETATION: Creative leaders, like creative workers of all types, are different in many ways from their less creative counterparts. They are devoted to their fields and enjoy intellectual stimulation, and they challenge the status quo, which leads them to seek improvements.

Extremely high or low scores are most meaningful on this assessment. How does your score compare to your self-evaluation of your creativity? We suggest you also obtain feedback on your creativity from somebody familiar with your thinking and your work.

Creative Test Results = 14

Your score suggests that your personality is a mixture of an intellectual conformist and creative individual. Extremely high or low scores are most meaningful on this assessment.


A Self-Portrait of My Communication Effectiveness

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SCORING AND INTERPRETATION: The behaviors indicated by the eleven statements in the self-assessment exercise are significant for leaders because much of a leader’s impact is determined by his or her communication style. Although effective leaders vary considerably in their communication style, they usually create a positive impact if they can communicate well.

Observe some current business leaders on CNBC news or a similar channel to develop a feel for the communication style of successful business leaders.

Communication Effectiveness Results = 8

Your score indicates that you are most likely an effective communicator.


Week 5Assestments

Team Player Attitudes

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SCORING AND INTERPRETATION: Teamwork is an understanding of and commitment to group goals on the part of all group members. Developing teamwork is such an important leadership role that team building is said to differentiate successful from unsuccessful leaders. The statements in this survey are indicative of your attitudes toward being a team player.

The higher your score, the more positive your attitude is toward being a member of a collaborative team.

Team Attitudes Results = 58

You have strong positive attitudes toward being a team member and working cooperatively with other members.

How Much Do I Crave Recognition?

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SCORING AND INTERPRETATION: Recognition is a strong motivator because it is a normal human need to crave recognition, and workers often do not feel they receive enough. Leaders appeal to the recognition need of their employees by identifying a meritorious behavior and then recognize that behavior with an oral, written, or material reward.

The statements in this self-assessment are indicators of behaviors and attitudes that typically represent a high need for recognition. The higher your score on this assessment, the higher your need for recognition.

Recognition Need Results = 39

You have an average need for recognition and do not require constant reminders that you have done a good job.


Week4 Assessstments

The Blunder Quiz

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SCORING AND INTERPRETATION: The term organizational politics refers to informal approaches to gaining power through means other than merit or luck. Politics are played to achieve power, either directly or indirectly. To make effective use of organizational politics, leaders must be aware of specific political tactics and strategies. One of these strategies is to refrain from making power-eroding political blunders.

The statements in this assessment indicate your tendencies toward committing political blunders. The greater the number of statements you agree with in this assessment, the more prone you are to political blunders that can damage your career

Blunder Quiz Results = 5

Your score on this self-assessment is between 3 and 5, indicating that your tendency toward making workplace blunders is moderate. You should work on raising your awareness level of workplace blunders.


Measure of Ingratiating Behavior in Organizational Settings

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SCORING AND INTERPRETATION: While you should be careful not to misuse ingratiating behaviors leaders or future leaders should remember that a moderate amount of ingratiating behavior is the norm in relationships with superiors. Ingratiating yourself to people who report to you can also be a useful influence tactic.

The higher your score on this assessment the higher your tendency to use ingratiating behaviors.

Ingratiating Behavior Results = 92

A score between 41 and 99 suggests a moderate degree of ingratiating behavior.

Week 3 Assestments

Checklist for Crisis Leadership

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SCORING AND INTERPRETATION: Effective crisis leadership ensures that a business is prepared before a crisis emerges, and that the business in a crisis successfully navigates response and recovery. In a crisis, leaders should be decisive, lead with compassion, think strategically, reestablish the usual work routine, avoid a circle-the-wagons mentality, display optimism, prevent the crisis through disaster planning, provide stable performance, and be a transformational leader.

The statements in this assessment depict the attributes and behaviors associated with effective crisis leadership. The more of the statements you agree with, the stronger your tendencies for being an effective crisis leader.

Crisis Leadership Results = 10

Your score suggests a high ability to deal with and lead others through a crisis.

The Leadership Ethics Quiz

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SCORING AND INTERPRETATION: Principles of ethical and moral leadership all center on the idea that a leader should do the right thing, as perceived by a consensus of reasonable people. High ethics and social responsibility tend to have a high payoff according to research evidence and opinion. Employees who work in an ethical environment tend to be better motivated and ethical organizations attract more employees.

The statements in this assessment point to several of the key principles of ethical and moral leadership. A lower score represents a higher tendency to be an ethical and trustworthy leader.

Leadership Ethics Results = 20

If you scored in this range, your self-image is that of a highly ethical and trustworthy leader or potential leader. Assuming that your answers are accurate, your ethics could be an asset to you as a leader.

Week 2Assessments

A Checklist of Behaviors and Attitudes Reflecting Charisma

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SCORING AND INTERPRETATION: According to attribution theory, if people perceive a leader to have a certain characteristic, such as being visionary, the leader will more likely be perceived as charismatic. Attributions of charisma are important because they lead to other behavioral outcomes, such as commitment to leaders, self-sacrifice, and high performance.

The more of these fifteen statements that apply to you now, the greater the probability that you have are perceived to be charismatic by many people.

Charisma Checklist Results = 11

Based on your score you have average charismatic tendencies.

Entrepreneurial Thinking and Behavior

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SCORING AND INTERPRETATION: The general picture that emerges of an entrepreneur is a task-oriented and charismatic person. Entrepreneurs drive themselves and others relentlessly, yet their personalities also inspire others.

The statements in this assessment represent the various behaviors that are typical of entrepreneurial leadership. The higher your score on this self-assessment the more tendencies of an entrepreneur you most likely possess.

Entrepreneurial Thinking Results = 70

You most likely have average tendencies toward being an entrepreneurial personality. You probably would not enjoy a career filled with risk and uncertainty.

Week 1 Assessment

My Tendencies toward Being a Proactive Personality

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SCORING AND INTERPRETATION: According to its original research-based definition, a person with a proactive personality has a relatively stable tendency to effect environmental change. Proactive behavior usually stems from a proactive personality and refers to self-initiated anticipatory action with the intent of either changing the situation or one’s own behavior and attitudes. An effective leader therefore often has a proactive personality, and therefore exhibits proactive behavior.

The higher the score on this assessment the stonger tendencies you may have toward being a proactive personality type.

Proactive Personality Results = 104

Scores in this range suggest that you have strong tendencies toward being a proactive personality. Such proactivity should be (or already is) an asset to you in your career and personal life. Yet scoring 115 points or more could suggest that you sometimes annoy people with your constant need for taking on new responsibility and creating change.

Readiness for Leadership Role

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SCORING AND INTERPRETATION: The statements in this self-assessments are representative of the various roles carried out by successful leaders. Examining the various roles of the leadership function can help you gain a better understanding of leadership and further your development in becoming a better leader. Your score is calucated by totaling the numbers corresponding to your responses. The higher the score on this assessement could be an indication of a higher readiness for the leadership role.

If you are already a successful leader and you scored low on this questionnaire, ignore your score. If you scored surprisingly low and you are not yet a leader, or are currently performing poorly as a leader, study the statements carefully. Consider changing your attitude or your behavior so that you can legitimately answer more of the statements with a 4 or a 5. Studying the rest of this text will give you additional insights that may be helpful in your development as a leader.

Leadership Readiness Results = 117 out of 120

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