Leadership Development Stage 1

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Given to Boys aged 12 or above, who have the Drill award Stage 1 and at least two other proficiency awards. The Company shall conduct this training course based on a standardised Brigade-prescribed syllabus.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Leadership may be defined as...

    • A.

      The ability to motivate people to work towards a common goal.

    • B.

      The ability to command people to work towards a common goal

    • C.

      The ability to discipline people

    Correct Answer
    A. The ability to motivate people to work towards a common goal.
    Explanation
    Leadership is the ability to motivate and inspire individuals to come together and work towards a shared objective. It involves guiding and influencing others, rather than commanding or disciplining them. Effective leaders understand how to inspire and empower their team members, fostering a sense of purpose and commitment. By motivating people, leaders can create a collaborative and productive work environment, where individuals are driven to achieve a common goal.

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  • 2. 

    Which of the below is an example of democratic leadership?

    • A.

      "We can go to the zoo or bird park for this outing. I am OK with anything."

    • B.

      "I need your feedback before I make decision. Please speak out."

    • C.

      "Everybody will fall in at 1400 hour sharp."

    Correct Answer
    B. "I need your feedback before I make decision. Please speak out."
    Explanation
    The answer "I need your feedback before I make a decision. Please speak out" is an example of democratic leadership because it involves seeking input and opinions from others before making a decision. This style of leadership values the participation and involvement of team members in the decision-making process, promoting collaboration and inclusivity. By encouraging open communication and actively seeking feedback, the leader demonstrates a democratic approach that empowers others to contribute to the decision-making process.

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  • 3. 

    Which of the below is an example of autocratic leadership?

    • A.

      "We can go to the zoo or bird park for this outing. I am OK with anything."

    • B.

      "I need your feedback before I make decision. Please speak out."

    • C.

      "Everybody will fall in at 1400 hour sharp."

    Correct Answer
    C. "Everybody will fall in at 1400 hour sharp."
    Explanation
    The answer "Everybody will fall in at 1400 hour sharp" is an example of autocratic leadership because it demonstrates a directive and controlling approach. In this scenario, the leader is giving a strict instruction without seeking input or feedback from the group. This style of leadership is characterized by a leader who has complete authority and makes decisions without considering the opinions or ideas of others.

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  • 4. 

    Which of the below is an example of laissez-faire leadership?

    • A.

      "We can go to the zoo or bird park for this outing. I am OK with anything."

    • B.

      "I need your feedback before I make decision. Please speak out."

    • C.

      "Everybody will fall in at 1400 hour sharp."

    Correct Answer
    A. "We can go to the zoo or bird park for this outing. I am OK with anything."
    Explanation
    The answer "We can go to the zoo or bird park for this outing. I am OK with anything" is an example of laissez-faire leadership because it demonstrates a hands-off approach to decision-making and allows the group members to have the freedom to choose. The leader is not imposing their own preferences or making a firm decision, but rather giving the group the autonomy to decide. This style of leadership promotes independence and self-direction among the team members.

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  • 5. 

    Which of the following is correct?

    • A.

      Democratic style is the best leadership style to practice.

    • B.

      Different leadership style should be used at different time.

    • C.

      Autocratic leadership should not be used in the BB at all.

    Correct Answer
    B. Different leadership style should be used at different time.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Different leadership style should be used at different times." This statement acknowledges that there is no one-size-fits-all leadership style that is universally best. The effectiveness of a leadership style depends on the specific situation and context. Different situations may require different approaches, such as a democratic style for fostering collaboration and participation, or an autocratic style for making quick decisions in a crisis. Adapting leadership styles to fit the needs of the situation can lead to better outcomes and improved team performance.

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  • 6. 

    The example of Jesus washing his disciples' fet is a reminder for us to...

    • A.

      Enjoy the services of people.

    • B.

      Wash the feet of our Boys.

    • C.

      Serve one another

    Correct Answer
    C. Serve one another
    Explanation
    The example of Jesus washing his disciples' feet serves as a reminder for us to serve one another. It highlights the importance of humility and selflessness in our relationships with others. By willingly taking on the role of a servant, Jesus showed his disciples the true meaning of love and compassion. This act encourages us to put aside our own desires and instead focus on meeting the needs of others, fostering a spirit of service and unity in our communities.

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  • 7. 

    A leader who is honest in speech and upright in character exhibits

    • A.

      Patience.

    • B.

      Servanthood.

    • C.

      Integrity.

    Correct Answer
    C. Integrity.
    Explanation
    A leader who is honest in speech and upright in character exhibits integrity. Integrity refers to the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles. When a leader is honest in their speech, it means they speak the truth and do not deceive or manipulate others. Being upright in character means they have a strong sense of ethics and act in a morally upright manner. These qualities of honesty and moral uprightness are the key components of integrity, making it the correct answer in this context.

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  • 8. 

    A leader should not...

    • A.

      Be confident.

    • B.

      Magnify his achievement.

    • C.

      Receive encouragement.

    Correct Answer
    B. Magnify his achievement.
    Explanation
    A leader should not magnify his achievement because it can create a sense of superiority and arrogance, which can alienate and demotivate team members. Instead, a leader should focus on recognizing and acknowledging the achievements of the entire team, fostering a collaborative and supportive environment. By downplaying personal accomplishments and highlighting the collective effort, a leader can inspire and motivate others to strive for success together.

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  • 9. 

    A leader must..

    • A.

      Always lead with the objectives in mind.

    • B.

      Always make decisions that are popular to his people.

    • C.

      Remove those who do not support his ideas or hinder his plans.

    Correct Answer
    A. Always lead with the objectives in mind.
    Explanation
    A leader must always lead with the objectives in mind because it ensures that their actions and decisions are aligned with the goals and vision of the organization or team they are leading. By keeping the objectives in mind, a leader can effectively prioritize tasks, make informed decisions, and inspire others to work towards the common goals. This approach helps maintain focus and direction, leading to better outcomes and success in achieving the desired results.

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  • 10. 

    Good communication skills and motivation techniques...

    • A.

      Are the foundation of leadership.

    • B.

      Will earn you respect from people.

    • C.

      Are helpful to your leadership.

    Correct Answer
    C. Are helpful to your leadership.
    Explanation
    Good communication skills and motivation techniques are essential for effective leadership. Effective communication helps leaders convey their ideas clearly, build strong relationships, and inspire their team members. It enables leaders to articulate their vision, delegate tasks, and provide feedback. Motivation techniques, on the other hand, help leaders inspire and energize their team members, boosting their morale and productivity. By combining good communication skills and motivation techniques, leaders can create a positive and productive work environment, gaining the support and respect of their team members. Therefore, these skills are helpful to your leadership.

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  • 11. 

    Effective up-front speaking...

    • A.

      Will improve the commitment of your people.

    • B.

      Helps you to capture the interest and comprehension of your audiences.

    • C.

      Makes your plans successful.

    Correct Answer
    B. Helps you to capture the interest and comprehension of your audiences.
    Explanation
    Effective up-front speaking helps you to capture the interest and comprehension of your audiences. When you speak effectively at the beginning of a presentation or conversation, you are able to engage your audience and grab their attention. This allows you to convey your message clearly and ensure that your audience understands and comprehends the information you are sharing. By capturing their interest and comprehension, you increase the chances of delivering a successful presentation or achieving your communication goals.

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  • 12. 

    Which of the following has the greatest impact in your presentation?

    • A.

      Body language.

    • B.

      Vocal impact.

    • C.

      Verbal impact.

    Correct Answer
    A. Body language.
    Explanation
    Body language has the greatest impact in a presentation because it includes non-verbal cues such as facial expressions, gestures, and posture, which can greatly influence how the audience perceives and understands the message. Body language can convey confidence, engagement, and credibility, making the presenter more persuasive and effective. Additionally, body language can help to establish a connection with the audience, enhance the delivery of the content, and create a positive and memorable impression.

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  • 13. 

    What is verbal impact?

    • A.

      It is the words and sentence constructions used in your speech.

    • B.

      It is the loudness and clarity of your speech.

    • C.

      It is your body improvement and posture.

    Correct Answer
    A. It is the words and sentence constructions used in your speech.
    Explanation
    Verbal impact refers to the effect or influence that the words and sentence constructions used in your speech have on the listener. It emphasizes the importance of choosing the right words, using effective sentence structures, and delivering the message in a compelling manner. Verbal impact can determine how well the message is understood, retained, and resonates with the audience. It involves using language effectively to convey meaning, evoke emotions, and persuade or inspire others.

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  • 14. 

    Which of the following is correct?

    • A.

      Hand movement, volume and eye contacts are body language.

    • B.

      Volume, rate and clarity give the vocal impact.

    • C.

      Volume and clarity give the verbal impact.

    Correct Answer
    B. Volume, rate and clarity give the vocal impact.
    Explanation
    This explanation provides a clear and concise statement about the correct answer. It states that volume, rate, and clarity are the factors that contribute to the vocal impact, which means they have a significant influence on how the message is delivered and received through speech.

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  • 15. 

    Which of the following is correct?

    • A.

      Rate is the speed in which you move your hands.

    • B.

      Frequent use of "Okay" makes your speech more interesting.

    • C.

      Use simpler words for your instructions.

    Correct Answer
    C. Use simpler words for your instructions.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Use simpler words for your instructions." This is because using simpler words for instructions helps to ensure clarity and understanding. When instructions are communicated in a straightforward and easy-to-understand manner, it reduces the chances of misinterpretation or confusion. Simplifying language also makes instructions more accessible to a wider range of individuals, including those with limited language skills or cognitive impairments. By using simpler words, instructions become more effective and efficient, leading to better communication and successful outcomes.

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  • 16. 

    Your body language should be...

    • A.

      Entertaining and attractive.

    • B.

      Amazing and sudden.

    • C.

      Natural and meaningful.

    Correct Answer
    C. Natural and meaningful.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "natural and meaningful" because body language that is natural means it is not forced or fake, which helps to create a genuine and authentic impression. Meaningful body language involves gestures, facial expressions, and posture that effectively convey emotions and messages, allowing for clear and effective communication. This type of body language is important in building trust and rapport with others.

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  • 17. 

    Your body posture...

    • A.

      Is not important if your vocal and verbal impact are good.

    • B.

      Affects your audiences' impression of you.

    • C.

      Can be improved by putting on beautiful clothing.

    Correct Answer
    B. Affects your audiences' impression of you.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "affects your audiences' impression of you." This is because body posture plays a significant role in nonverbal communication and can convey a lot of information about a person. It can indicate confidence, attentiveness, and engagement, all of which can greatly influence how an audience perceives and responds to a speaker. Good vocal and verbal impact are important, but they are not the only factors that contribute to the overall impression a person makes on others.

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  • 18. 

    Eye contact with your audiences is important because...

    • A.

      It tells them that you are interested in them.

    • B.

      It makes them afraid and listen to you.

    • C.

      It is impolite to have your eyes "wonder" around.

    Correct Answer
    A. It tells them that you are interested in them.
    Explanation
    Eye contact with your audience is important because it tells them that you are interested in them. When you maintain eye contact, it shows that you are engaged and focused on the individuals you are speaking to. This can help to establish a connection and build trust with your audience. It also demonstrates respect and attentiveness, making them feel valued and heard. Eye contact is a nonverbal form of communication that conveys your interest and sincerity, enhancing your ability to effectively convey your message and connect with your listeners.

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  • 19. 

    Eye contact with your audiences can be maintained by...

    • A.

      Always looking at a few people.

    • B.

      Looking at the first row of audiences.

    • C.

      Looking at every individual in a regular pattern.

    Correct Answer
    C. Looking at every individual in a regular pattern.
    Explanation
    Maintaining eye contact with every individual in a regular pattern is the best way to engage with your audience. By looking at each person, you create a connection and make them feel involved in your presentation. This approach ensures that everyone feels seen and heard, increasing their attention and understanding of the message you are conveying. It also helps to build trust and rapport with the audience, making them more receptive to your ideas. Therefore, looking at every individual in a regular pattern is crucial for effective communication and audience engagement.

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  • 20. 

    You may maintain less eye contact with audiences who are...

    • A.

      Very interested in your presentation.

    • B.

      Not showing interest and are distracting to you.

    • C.

      Listening to you for the first time.

    Correct Answer
    B. Not showing interest and are distracting to you.
    Explanation
    When audiences are not showing interest and are distracting to you, it is natural to maintain less eye contact with them. This is because their lack of engagement and distracting behavior can make it difficult for you to establish a connection and effectively communicate your message. By avoiding eye contact, you may be trying to minimize the distraction and focus more on delivering your presentation to those who are actively engaged and interested.

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  • 21. 

    The squad system was devised by our founder so that...

    • A.

      The officers can be free for important areas of the company.

    • B.

      The senior Boys can command the junior Boys and gain their respect.

    • C.

      The officers can spend more time with their family.

    Correct Answer
    A. The officers can be free for important areas of the company.
    Explanation
    The squad system was implemented by the founder to ensure that officers have the freedom to focus on crucial areas of the company. By dividing the workforce into squads, the officers can delegate tasks and responsibilities to the junior Boys, allowing them to handle less critical areas of the company. This system enables the officers to concentrate on strategic decision-making, problem-solving, and other essential aspects that require their expertise and attention.

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  • 22. 

    It is important that through squad management, you can...

    • A.

      Really be concern about your Boys.

    • B.

      Learn how to command and control difficult Boys.

    • C.

      Know officers' difficulties in running a company.

    Correct Answer
    A. Really be concern about your Boys.
    Explanation
    Squad management allows you to truly care about your boys. By effectively managing your squad, you can prioritize their well-being, understand their needs, and provide the necessary support and guidance. This includes being empathetic, listening to their concerns, and addressing any challenges they may face. By showing genuine concern for your boys, you can build trust, foster a positive team dynamic, and ultimately enhance their performance and development.

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  • 23. 

    The basics of instructing are...

    • A.

      Tell Them, Explain To Them, Sow Them.

    • B.

      Tell Them, Show Them, Get Them To Do It.

    • C.

      Tell Them, Show Them, Demonstrate To Them.

    Correct Answer
    B. Tell Them, Show Them, Get Them To Do It.
    Explanation
    This answer suggests that the basics of instructing involve telling the individuals what needs to be done, showing them how to do it, and then getting them to actually perform the task. This approach ensures that the instructions are communicated clearly, visually demonstrated, and then put into practice to reinforce understanding and skill development.

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  • 24. 

    It is important to check on the trainees during their practice because...

    • A.

      It will give them a bad impression if you are not doing anything.

    • B.

      They might be taking too much time to learn.

    • C.

      This can prevent mistakes from becoming habits to them.

    Correct Answer
    C. This can prevent mistakes from becoming habits to them.
    Explanation
    Checking on trainees during their practice is important because it can prevent mistakes from becoming habits to them. By providing guidance and feedback during their practice, trainers can help trainees identify and correct any errors or misunderstandings before they become ingrained habits. This proactive approach ensures that trainees develop the correct skills and techniques from the beginning, leading to better performance and outcomes in the long run. Additionally, regularly checking on trainees also demonstrates a commitment to their progress and development, creating a positive learning environment.

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  • 25. 

    By grouping your topics into MUST TELL, SHOULD TELL and GOOD TO TELL...

    • A.

      You make sure that the more important topics are covered first.

    • B.

      Your trainees can know which topics they can ignore.

    • C.

      Your lesson will be more interesting and attractive.

    Correct Answer
    A. You make sure that the more important topics are covered first.
    Explanation
    By grouping topics into different categories such as MUST TELL, SHOULD TELL, and GOOD TO TELL, it ensures that the more important topics are addressed first. This allows for a prioritization of information, ensuring that key concepts are covered before moving on to less critical ones. By doing so, the trainees can focus on the most relevant and essential information, while also being aware of which topics they can potentially skip or pay less attention to. This approach also helps in creating a more engaging and attractive lesson by structuring the content in a logical and organized manner.

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  • 26. 

    Which of the following should not be done when teaching a lesson?

    • A.

      Gives a lot of information so that the trainees can pick up more knowledge.

    • B.

      Introduce the lesson objectives, outline and expectation from the trainees.

    • C.

      Put the trainees at ease so that they will not fear you as an instructor.

    Correct Answer
    A. Gives a lot of information so that the trainees can pick up more knowledge.
    Explanation
    When teaching a lesson, it is important not to overwhelm the trainees with excessive information. While it is necessary to provide enough information for the trainees to learn, giving too much information can be counterproductive as it may lead to confusion and difficulty in understanding the key concepts. It is more effective to present the information in a concise and organized manner, allowing the trainees to grasp the essential knowledge without feeling overwhelmed.

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  • 27. 

    You should signal the trainees whenever you move to the next topic because...

    • A.

      It gives them a chance to ask question or take a break.

    • B.

      It prepares them mentally for the teaching that follows.

    • C.

      It shows that your lesson is drawing nearer to the end.

    Correct Answer
    B. It prepares them mentally for the teaching that follows.
    Explanation
    Signaling the trainees whenever you move to the next topic prepares them mentally for the teaching that follows. This allows them to mentally transition from one topic to another, helping them stay focused and engaged. It also gives them a sense of what to expect, allowing them to mentally prepare and organize their thoughts. By signaling the transition, it helps create a smooth flow in the lesson, ensuring that the trainees are ready and receptive to the new information being presented.

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  • 28. 

    In a lesson summary, you should..

    • A.

      Ask a lot of questions to test the trainees' understanding.

    • B.

      Be brief and recapture the key points.

    • C.

      State the lesson objectives and outline.

    Correct Answer
    B. Be brief and recapture the key points.
    Explanation
    In a lesson summary, it is important to be brief and recapture the key points. This allows the trainees to quickly review and remember the main concepts covered in the lesson. Asking a lot of questions may be more appropriate during the lesson itself to test the trainees' understanding. Stating the lesson objectives and outline can be done at the beginning of the lesson to provide an overview, but it may not be necessary to repeat this information in the summary.

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  • 29. 

    Before giving a demonstration you should...

    • A.

      Summarize the lesson and emphasize the key points.

    • B.

      Have a last practice so that you will be more confident.

    • C.

      Position yourself so that everybody can see you.

    Correct Answer
    C. Position yourself so that everybody can see you.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is to position yourself so that everybody can see you. This is important because when giving a demonstration, it is crucial that everyone in the audience can clearly see what you are doing. By positioning yourself in a way that ensures visibility, you can effectively communicate your message and demonstrate the necessary steps or actions. This will enhance the overall understanding and engagement of the audience, making the demonstration more successful.

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  • 30. 

    Why is it advisable to get demonstrators for your lessons?

    • A.

      Because if anything goes wrong you can inform them.

    • B.

      To avoid having all the trainees looking at you.

    • C.

      So that you can concentrate on your explanation.

    Correct Answer
    C. So that you can concentrate on your explanation.
    Explanation
    Getting demonstrators for your lessons is advisable because it allows you to concentrate on your explanation. By having demonstrators, you can delegate certain tasks or demonstrations to them, freeing up your time and attention to focus on delivering a clear and effective explanation to the trainees. This ensures that you can provide a thorough and engaging lesson without being distracted by other responsibilities or interruptions.

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  • 31. 

    Frequently committed mistakes should be corrected by...

    • A.

      Explaining to every individual without disrupting the practice.

    • B.

      Ending the practice early before they become habits.

    • C.

      Stopping the practice for a while and point them out to the trainees.

    Correct Answer
    C. Stopping the practice for a while and point them out to the trainees.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is stopping the practice for a while and point them out to the trainees. This is because by stopping the practice, it allows for a pause in order to address the mistakes and provide feedback to the trainees. By pointing out the mistakes, the trainees can become aware of their errors and make the necessary corrections. This approach ensures that mistakes are acknowledged and addressed, preventing them from becoming habits.

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  • 32. 

    By concluding your lesson with a last demonstration, you...

    • A.

      Ensure that the trainees will be more interested in your future lessons.

    • B.

      Inspire the trainees to practice at home.

    • C.

      Leave your trainees with a correct mental picture before they leave.

    Correct Answer
    C. Leave your trainees with a correct mental picture before they leave.
    Explanation
    By concluding the lesson with a last demonstration, you leave your trainees with a correct mental picture before they leave. This means that they have a clear understanding of the concepts covered in the lesson and can recall the information accurately. It helps solidify their learning and ensures that they have a strong foundation for future lessons.

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  • 33. 

    The first step in designing your plans is...

    • A.

      Study your resources and limitations.

    • B.

      Define your objectives.

    • C.

      Design the action plans.

    Correct Answer
    B. Define your objectives.
    Explanation
    In designing plans, it is essential to first define your objectives. This step helps in clarifying what you want to achieve and sets the direction for the entire planning process. By clearly defining your objectives, you can align your resources and limitations accordingly and ensure that your plans are focused and effective. Without a clear understanding of your objectives, it would be difficult to make informed decisions about the allocation of resources and the design of action plans.

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  • 34. 

    It is good to be creative in your planning but...

    • A.

      Do not break the traditions.

    • B.

      Focus on your objectives.

    • C.

      You must execute the details personally so that they will be what you want.

    Correct Answer
    B. Focus on your objectives.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "focus on your objectives." This means that while it is important to be creative in your planning, it is ultimately more important to stay focused on your goals and objectives. Breaking traditions or executing every detail personally may not always align with your objectives, so it is crucial to prioritize and concentrate on what will help you achieve your desired outcomes.

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  • 35. 

    By putting suitable people to be in charge of certain tasks...

    • A.

      You can work on important areas and supervise the entire plan.

    • B.

      You know who to blame for it anything goes wrong.

    • C.

      You can reduce your mental stress.

    Correct Answer
    A. You can work on important areas and supervise the entire plan.
    Explanation
    By putting suitable people in charge of certain tasks, you can delegate responsibilities and focus on important areas of the project. This allows you to have a broader view of the entire plan and supervise its progress effectively. It also ensures that each task is handled by someone who is competent and capable, increasing the chances of success. By distributing the workload, you can reduce your mental stress and have more time and energy to dedicate to critical aspects of the project.

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  • 36. 

    When checking on the team members or I/Cs, make sure that...

    • A.

      They follow your guidelines and are able to meet the expectations.

    • B.

      They follow your methods exactly.

    • C.

      Their plans must fit your style of working.

    Correct Answer
    A. They follow your guidelines and are able to meet the expectations.
    Explanation
    This answer is correct because when checking on team members or I/Cs, it is important to ensure that they follow your guidelines and are able to meet the expectations. This ensures that they are on track and working towards the desired goals. It also ensures consistency and alignment with the overall objectives of the team or project. By following guidelines and meeting expectations, team members can demonstrate their understanding of the requirements and their ability to deliver results.

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  • 37. 

    In the execution stage, you should...

    • A.

      Stay away from unimportant tasks and supervise the whole execution.

    • B.

      Gather your team regularly for debrief and checking.

    • C.

      "lead by example" by helping in all major and minor tasks.

    Correct Answer
    A. Stay away from unimportant tasks and supervise the whole execution.
    Explanation
    In the execution stage, it is important to stay away from unimportant tasks and focus on supervising the whole execution. This means prioritizing tasks that are essential to the successful completion of the project and delegating or eliminating tasks that are not crucial. By doing so, the leader can ensure that the team is working efficiently and effectively towards achieving the project goals. Additionally, by supervising the whole execution, the leader can provide guidance, support, and make any necessary adjustments to ensure that the project stays on track.

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  • 38. 

    If a team member is not cooperative in the execution, you should...

    • A.

      Warn him openly so that others will not learn from him.

    • B.

      Talk to him in private and avoid causing any disunity in your team.

    • C.

      Give him some "goodies" so that he will be motivated to work.

    Correct Answer
    B. Talk to him in private and avoid causing any disunity in your team.
    Explanation
    In order to address a team member who is not cooperative in the execution, it is best to talk to him in private and avoid causing any disunity in the team. Openly warning him may create a negative atmosphere and discourage others from learning, while giving him "goodies" as a motivation may not address the underlying issue and could be seen as favoritism. Talking privately allows for a more constructive conversation where concerns can be addressed and potential solutions can be discussed without affecting the overall team dynamics.

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  • 39. 

    Which of the following is correct?

    • A.

      Debrief can be omitted if the team will not be working together in future.

    • B.

      More time should be spent in execution and less on planning.

    • C.

      Plans not completed on time can, sometimes, be as good as not done at all.

    Correct Answer
    C. Plans not completed on time can, sometimes, be as good as not done at all.
    Explanation
    This answer is correct because it highlights the possibility that plans that are not completed on time may not be effective or useful at all. It suggests that there are situations where it is better to abandon incomplete plans rather than trying to salvage them.

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  • 40. 

    The purpose of debrief is...

    • A.

      For the leader voice out his unhappiness about the execution.

    • B.

      Those who quarrelled in the execution to argue their cases.

    • C.

      To reflect on what has taken place and improve on future projects.

    Correct Answer
    C. To reflect on what has taken place and improve on future projects.
    Explanation
    The purpose of debrief is to reflect on what has taken place and improve on future projects. It is a time for individuals involved in the execution to analyze their performance, identify areas of improvement, and discuss lessons learned. It is not specifically for the leader to voice out unhappiness or for those who quarreled to argue their cases, but rather to facilitate a constructive discussion that leads to growth and better outcomes in future endeavors.

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  • 41. 

    When conducting a debrief you should...

    • A.

      Be bold and honest, and not afraid to hurt people's feeling.

    • B.

      Should get every team member to voice out their feeling and opinions.

    • C.

      Make it as short as possible because everybody is tired.

    Correct Answer
    B. Should get every team member to voice out their feeling and opinions.
    Explanation
    During a debrief, it is important to encourage every team member to voice out their feelings and opinions. This allows for open communication and ensures that everyone's perspectives are heard and taken into consideration. By doing so, the team can gain valuable insights, address any issues or concerns, and work towards improvement. Being bold and honest is also important, but it should be done in a constructive and respectful manner to avoid hurting people's feelings. Making the debrief as short as possible may not allow enough time for a thorough discussion and reflection on the team's performance.

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  • 42. 

    A leader must know how to lead because...

    • A.

      This will keep his team motivated and effective by meeting their objectives.

    • B.

      Without challenges, people will feel bored.

    • C.

      This is how leadership potential can be measured.

    Correct Answer
    A. This will keep his team motivated and effective by meeting their objectives.
    Explanation
    A leader must know how to lead because it is crucial for keeping the team motivated and effective in achieving their objectives. Effective leadership involves guiding and inspiring team members, providing clear direction, and fostering a positive work environment. When a leader possesses the necessary leadership skills, they can effectively communicate goals, delegate tasks, and provide support to their team, which ultimately leads to increased motivation and productivity.

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