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Group Dynamics - One - Quiz

It is true that there is power in a group relative to an individual. Group dynamics quiz below tests and highlights on the different significances and effects of groupings. Find out how good you are.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What are the five roles of a worker?

    • A.

      Broker, Mediator, Advocate, Teacher, Act as a False Prophet

    • B.

      Mediator, Adviser, Connector, Teacher

    • C.

      Enabler, Broker, Mediator, Advocate, Educator

    • D.

      Presenter, Banker, Mediator, Leader, Advocate

    Correct Answer
    C. Enabler, Broker, Mediator, Advocate, Educator
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Enabler, Broker, Mediator, Advocate, Educator". These five roles describe the different responsibilities and functions of a worker. An enabler helps others to achieve their goals and overcome obstacles. A broker facilitates connections and negotiations between different parties. A mediator helps resolve conflicts and find mutually beneficial solutions. An advocate speaks up for the rights and interests of others. An educator imparts knowledge and helps others learn and develop their skills. Together, these roles encompass a comprehensive set of tasks and responsibilities for a worker.

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  • 2. 

    What are key values of group work?

    • A.

      Respect, Solidarity, Empowerment, Accepting diversity

    • B.

      Isolation, Leadership, Power, Dominance

    • C.

      Respect, Acceptance of Diversity, Professionalism, Maintaining individuality

    • D.

      Confidence, Competence, Respect, Empowerment

    Correct Answer
    A. Respect, Solidarity, Empowerment, Accepting diversity
    Explanation
    The key values of group work include respect, solidarity, empowerment, and accepting diversity. These values promote a positive and inclusive environment where individuals feel valued and supported. Respect ensures that all team members' ideas and opinions are heard and considered. Solidarity fosters a sense of unity and collaboration within the group. Empowerment encourages individuals to take ownership of their work and contribute their unique skills and strengths. Accepting diversity recognizes and appreciates the differences among team members, creating a rich and diverse perspective for problem-solving and decision-making.

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  • 3. 

    What are three components of Group Cohesion?

    • A.

      Assign objectives to group members, Communication, Assisting one another

    • B.

      Productivity, Mutual Aid, Maintaining Relationships

    • C.

      Completing objectives, Productivity, Communication

    • D.

      Communication, Productivity, Mutual Aid

    Correct Answer
    D. Communication, Productivity, Mutual Aid
    Explanation
    The three components of group cohesion are communication, productivity, and mutual aid. Communication is essential for effective collaboration and coordination among group members. Productivity refers to the ability of the group to work efficiently and achieve their objectives. Mutual aid involves members supporting and helping each other to accomplish their tasks and overcome challenges. These components contribute to a strong sense of unity and cooperation within the group, leading to increased performance and satisfaction.

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  • 4. 

    What are three components of Social Integration & Influence?

    • A.

      Status, Social Norm, Power

    • B.

      Background, Social Norm, Individuality

    • C.

      Social Norm, Status, Roles

    • D.

      Wealth, Greed, Dominance

    Correct Answer
    C. Social Norm, Status, Roles
    Explanation
    The three components of Social Integration & Influence are social norm, status, and roles. Social norms refer to the unwritten rules and expectations that guide behavior in a society. Status represents an individual's position or rank in a social hierarchy, which can influence their influence and power. Roles are the expected behaviors and responsibilities associated with a particular position or status in society. These three components play a crucial role in shaping social interactions and influencing individuals' behavior and decisions.

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  • 5. 

    What are two types of Groups?

    • A.

      Formed and Natural

    • B.

      Forced and Natural

    • C.

      Friendship and Business

    • D.

      Business and Personal

    Correct Answer
    A. Formed and Natural
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Formed and Natural". This answer accurately identifies two types of groups. "Formed" groups are those that are intentionally created for a specific purpose or goal, such as a project team or a club. "Natural" groups, on the other hand, are those that emerge organically based on shared characteristics or interests, such as a group of friends or a family.

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  • 6. 

    Which of the following are formed groups?

    • A.

      Therapy Group, Education Groups, Committees

    • B.

      Profitable Organizations, Therapy Groups, Educational Groups

    • C.

      House Parties, Spur of the moment meetings, Alcoholics Anonymous

    • D.

      Facebook Groups, Therapy Groups, Profitable Organizations

    Correct Answer
    A. Therapy Group, Education Groups, Committees
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Therapy Group, Education Groups, Committees. These are formed groups because they have a specific purpose or goal and consist of individuals who come together to achieve that purpose or goal. Therapy groups are formed to provide support and treatment for individuals with similar issues or conditions. Education groups are formed to facilitate learning and knowledge sharing. Committees are formed to work on specific tasks or projects and make decisions collectively.

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  • 7. 

    What description fits a Natural group?

    • A.

      Family, Friends, Gangs, Cliques

    • B.

      Family, Friends, Peers, Animals

    • C.

      Store owners, Neighborhoods, Board Committees

    • D.

      Educators, Advocates, Random Jay-Walker in court fighting a ticket

    Correct Answer
    A. Family, Friends, Gangs, Cliques
    Explanation
    A natural group typically refers to a group of individuals who share common interests, characteristics, or affiliations. In this context, the description that fits a natural group includes Family, Friends, Gangs, and Cliques. These groups are formed based on personal relationships, shared values, or common goals. They are not formal or official organizations but rather informal associations that people naturally gravitate towards.

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  • 8. 

    What is a Treatment Group?

    • A.

      Treatment for drug abuse

    • B.

      Assisting personal needs within the group aimed at success based on treatment goals

    • C.

      Assisting personal needs within a group aimed at success based on accomplishing tasks mandated

    • D.

      Treating wounds from being beaten by Batman

    Correct Answer
    B. Assisting personal needs within the group aimed at success based on treatment goals
    Explanation
    A treatment group refers to a group setting where individuals receive assistance in meeting their personal needs with the ultimate goal of achieving success based on the treatment objectives. This could involve providing support, guidance, and resources to help individuals overcome challenges and work towards their treatment goals. The focus is on addressing personal needs within the group dynamic to promote success and progress in the treatment process.

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  • 9. 

    What is a Task group?

    • A.

      A formal group with expectations of success based on accomplishing objectives.

    • B.

      A group that meets the needs of its group while accomplishing some objectives

    • C.

      This is not the right answer.

    • D.

      This is the right answer.

    Correct Answer
    A. A formal group with expectations of success based on accomplishing objectives.
    Explanation
    A task group refers to a formal group that is formed with the expectation of achieving success by accomplishing specific objectives. This group is structured and organized to work together towards a common goal, ensuring that all members contribute their skills and efforts towards achieving the desired outcomes. The emphasis is on the group's ability to accomplish objectives effectively and efficiently, making it a formal and goal-oriented group.

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  • 10. 

    What is the primary purpose of Treatment Groups?

    • A.

      Support, Educating, Growth, Therapy, Socialization, Self Help

    • B.

      Educating, Supporting, Photosynthesis, Therapy, Socialization, Self Help

    • C.

      Accommodating, Education, Support, Therapy, Socialization, Self Help

    • D.

      Education, Support, Self Help, Developing Relationships

    Correct Answer
    A. Support, Educating, Growth, Therapy, Socialization, Self Help
    Explanation
    The primary purpose of Treatment Groups is to provide support, education, growth, therapy, socialization, and self-help to individuals. These groups aim to create a supportive environment where individuals can receive guidance, learn new skills, and develop relationships with others who may be going through similar experiences. The emphasis is on providing a space for individuals to receive support, gain knowledge, and work towards personal growth and development.

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  • 11. 

    What are the 3 Historical Models?

    • A.

      Media, Remedial and Reciprocal Model

    • B.

      Historical, Social and Reciprocal Model

    • C.

      Social, Remedial and Reciprocal Model

    • D.

      Social, Ethical and Cultural Model

    Correct Answer
    C. Social, Remedial and Reciprocal Model
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Social, Remedial and Reciprocal Model. This model suggests that historical events and patterns are influenced by social, cultural, and ethical factors. It emphasizes the importance of understanding and addressing societal issues and inequalities in order to create positive change. The remedial aspect of the model focuses on addressing past injustices and working towards reconciliation, while the reciprocal aspect emphasizes the need for mutual understanding and cooperation between different groups and communities.

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  • 12. 

    Which description best fits the Social Goals Model?

    • A.

      Being an acceptable, sociable member of society based on culture

    • B.

      Focuses on members ignoring social norm to better themselves

    • C.

      Focuses on members reaching social norms, valuing cultural diversity and group ethics.

    • D.

      This isn't the answer.

    Correct Answer
    C. Focuses on members reaching social norms, valuing cultural diversity and group ethics.
    Explanation
    The Social Goals Model focuses on members reaching social norms, valuing cultural diversity, and group ethics. This means that individuals strive to conform to social expectations, while also recognizing the importance of embracing different cultures and maintaining ethical behavior within the group. The model emphasizes the significance of both individual and collective well-being within a society.

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  • 13. 

    What best describes the Remedial Model?

    • A.

      Rehabilitation of substance abuse

    • B.

      Having members attend remedial classes to correct drug abuse

    • C.

      Ignoring change in society and develop leadership traits

    • D.

      Rehabilitation of its members to correct behaviors

    Correct Answer
    D. Rehabilitation of its members to correct behaviors
    Explanation
    The Remedial Model refers to the process of rehabilitating and correcting the behaviors of its members. This model focuses on addressing and remedying any negative or problematic behaviors exhibited by individuals within a group or organization. It aims to help members overcome their issues and develop healthier and more positive behaviors. This model does not involve rehabilitating substance abuse or attending remedial classes for drug abuse. It also does not involve ignoring societal changes or developing leadership traits.

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  • 14. 

    What description best fits the Reciprocal Model?

    • A.

      Recognizing that members will be influenced by environments; help group members find a common ground between personal and societal demands

    • B.

      Understand that members will not be influenced by environment. Helps the group members find a common ground between personal and societal demands

    • C.

      Members will not be affected by their environment and are taught to ignore personal demands in exchange for societal

    • D.

      Members will be affected by their environment and are taught to ignore personal demands in exchange for societal

    Correct Answer
    A. Recognizing that members will be influenced by environments; help group members find a common ground between personal and societal demands
    Explanation
    The Reciprocal Model recognizes that members will be influenced by their environments and aims to help group members find a common ground between personal and societal demands. This means that the model acknowledges the impact of external factors on individuals and seeks to facilitate a balance between personal needs and the demands of society.

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  • 15. 

    What are the six Influential Theories?

    • A.

      Psychodynamic, Advocate, Systems, Field, Social Exchange, Narrative

    • B.

      Systems, Psychodynamic, Learning, Field, Social Exchange, Narrative

    • C.

      Systems, Educator, Systems, Field, Social Exchange, Narrative

    • D.

      Systems, Psychodynamic, Learning, Field, Advocate, Narrative

    Correct Answer
    B. Systems, Psychodynamic, Learning, Field, Social Exchange, Narrative
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Systems, Psychodynamic, Learning, Field, Social Exchange, Narrative. These six theories are considered influential in the field of psychology. The Systems theory focuses on how individuals are influenced by their environment and the interactions within it. The Psychodynamic theory explores the unconscious mind and its influence on behavior. The Learning theory emphasizes how behavior is learned through conditioning and reinforcement. The Field theory examines how individuals are shaped by their social and cultural contexts. The Social Exchange theory examines the costs and benefits of social interactions. The Narrative theory focuses on how individuals construct their identity and make sense of their experiences through storytelling.

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  • 16. 

    Is it wrong to confront someone in a group?

    • A.

      Yes

    • B.

      No

    • C.

      Maybe

    • D.

      Only if someones feelings get hurt and needs a band-aid.

    Correct Answer
    B. No
    Explanation
    Confronting someone in a group is not necessarily wrong as it depends on the situation. It can be a productive way to address issues and resolve conflicts openly. However, it is important to approach the confrontation with respect, empathy, and a focus on finding a solution rather than attacking or demeaning the person. Effective communication and understanding are key in ensuring that confronting someone in a group is done in a constructive manner.

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  • 17. 

    Which of the following is not a type of Conflict?

    • A.

      Task

    • B.

      Relationship

    • C.

      Flexibility vs Rigidity

    • D.

      All of the above are correct

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above are correct
    Explanation
    The given answer is correct because all of the options listed (Task, Relationship, Flexibility vs Rigidity) are types of conflicts. Task conflict refers to disagreements about the goals or tasks at hand, relationship conflict involves interpersonal issues and tensions, and flexibility vs rigidity conflict arises when there is a clash between adaptability and sticking to established rules or procedures. Therefore, none of the options listed are excluded from being types of conflict.

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  • 18. 

    How many positions does the Pillow Method have?

    • A.

      Four

    • B.

      Five

    • C.

      Six

    • D.

      Seven

    Correct Answer
    B. Five
    Explanation
    The question asks about the number of positions the Pillow Method has. The given answer of "Five" suggests that the Pillow Method has a total of five positions. However, without any additional context or information about what the Pillow Method is, it is difficult to provide a more detailed explanation.

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  • 19. 

    What are the 4 Dimensions of Group Work?

    • A.

      Communication & Interaction Patterns, Group Cohesion, Social Integration, Group Culture

    • B.

      Communication & Interaction Patterns, Group Cohesion, Social Integration, Group Think

    • C.

      Communication & Interaction Patterns, Group Cohesion, Medical Malpractice, Group Culture

    • D.

      Communication & Interaction Patterns, Group Cohesion, Social Interaction, Cultural Acceptance

    Correct Answer
    A. Communication & Interaction Patterns, Group Cohesion, Social Integration, Group Culture
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Communication & Interaction Patterns, Group Cohesion, Social Integration, Group Culture. These four dimensions are crucial in understanding and analyzing group work. Communication & Interaction Patterns refer to the ways in which group members communicate and interact with each other. Group Cohesion refers to the level of unity and bonding within the group. Social Integration focuses on the inclusion and participation of all group members. Group Culture encompasses the shared beliefs, values, and norms that shape the group's behavior and decision-making processes. Together, these dimensions contribute to the effectiveness and success of group work.

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  • 20. 

    What are three components of Communication?

    • A.

      Incoding, Transmission, Decoding

    • B.

      Decoding, Transmission, Decoding

    • C.

      Encoding, Transmission, Decoding

    • D.

      What the hell? Those 3 are all similar. Screw you, Ritchie.

    Correct Answer
    C. Encoding, Transmission, Decoding
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Encoding, Transmission, Decoding. Communication involves the process of encoding a message, transmitting it through a medium, and then decoding it by the receiver. Encoding refers to the process of converting information into a form that can be transmitted, while decoding is the process of interpreting the received information. Transmission involves sending the encoded message through a medium, such as speaking, writing, or using electronic devices. These three components are essential for effective communication to occur.

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  • 21. 

    Filler Question. I'm giving you definitions from the last question. 

    • A.

      Encoding: A thought that can be turned into a message (symbols/language) that can be sent

    • B.

      Transmission: The sending of messages to other

    • C.

      Decoding: Another persons understanding of these messages/transmissions.

    • D.

      If you care about getting 100%, this is the answer to pick.

    Correct Answer
    D. If you care about getting 100%, this is the answer to pick.
  • 22. 

    What are the four Group Interaction patterns?

    • A.

      Pole-Pun-Here, Round Robin, Hot Seat, Free Floating

    • B.

      Maypole, Round Robin, Whoopie Cushion, Free Floating

    • C.

      Maypole, Square Robin, Hot Seat, Free Floating

    • D.

      Maypole, Round Robin, Hot Seat, Free Floating

    Correct Answer
    D. Maypole, Round Robin, Hot Seat, Free Floating
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Maypole, Round Robin, Hot Seat, Free Floating. These four group interaction patterns are commonly used in group discussions and meetings. Maypole refers to a pattern where one person takes the lead while others support and contribute to the discussion. Round Robin is a pattern where each member of the group takes turns to speak or share their thoughts. Hot Seat is a pattern where one person is placed in the spotlight and is the focus of the discussion. Free Floating refers to a pattern where there are no specific roles or structure, allowing for open and spontaneous conversation.

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  • 23. 

    How can a leader change patterns of interaction when necessary?

    • A.

      Understanding cues and reinforcement that members recieve

    • B.

      Emotional bonds/"interest alliance"

    • C.

      Size and Physical Arrangements

    • D.

      All of the above are acceptable answers

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above are acceptable answers
    Explanation
    A leader can change patterns of interaction when necessary by understanding the cues and reinforcement that members receive. This involves recognizing the signals and responses that shape the group's dynamics and adjusting them accordingly. Additionally, building emotional bonds and creating an "interest alliance" among members can help in changing interaction patterns. This involves fostering a sense of connection, trust, and shared goals among team members. Finally, the size and physical arrangements of the group can also be modified to influence interaction patterns. These factors can include the number of members, the seating arrangement, and the physical environment in which the group operates.

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  • 24. 

    (Cue) After a group member shares an example of how he/she used what was learned in the group outside of the group, the leader say:

    • A.

      "Thank you for sharing"

    • B.

      "Thank you for nothing"

    • C.

      "Well, that was pointless"

    • D.

      "Oh you were done talking?"

    Correct Answer
    A. "Thank you for sharing"
    Explanation
    The leader's response of "Thank you for sharing" is appropriate because it shows gratitude and appreciation towards the group member for sharing their personal experience of applying what they learned outside of the group. It encourages participation and validates the group member's contribution, creating a positive and supportive group dynamic.

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  • 25. 

    What definition matches Group Cohesion?

    • A.

      The members attraction to remain in the group

    • B.

      The members ability to hate each other

    • C.

      Reducing malice within the group

    • D.

      Learning how to become a better person without group assistance

    Correct Answer
    A. The members attraction to remain in the group
    Explanation
    Group cohesion refers to the degree of attraction and unity among the members of a group, indicating their willingness and desire to stay in the group. It implies that the members feel connected, loyal, and committed to the group, resulting in a sense of belonging and cooperation. This definition aligns with the given answer choice, "The members attraction to remain in the group."

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  • 26. 

    What reasons may a member be attracted to the group?

    • A.

      The answers below are correct

    • B.

      Feeling valued and liked by peers

    • C.

      Accomplishments aren't being ignored

    • D.

      Feeling connected/socialization

    Correct Answer
    A. The answers below are correct
    Explanation
    The reasons a member may be attracted to a group include feeling valued and liked by peers, accomplishments not being ignored, and feeling connected through socialization. These factors contribute to a positive group experience, where members feel appreciated, recognized for their achievements, and have a sense of belonging and connection with others.

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  • 27. 

    Pick the best description of Social Intergration

    • A.

      How well culture has blended into a melting pot

    • B.

      Using 'Murica as an example of cultural acceptance (HAH.)

    • C.

      How well members are not accepted into a group

    • D.

      How members fit together and are accepted into a group

    Correct Answer
    A. How well culture has blended into a melting pot
    Explanation
    The correct answer for this question is "How well culture has blended into a melting pot." This description refers to the concept of social integration, which is the process by which different cultures and individuals come together and blend into a cohesive society. It suggests that cultures have mixed and merged, creating a diverse and inclusive community where people from different backgrounds are accepted and integrated.

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  • 28. 

    Which of the following are examples of a problematic group member?

    • A.

      Scapegoats

    • B.

      Gate Keeper

    • C.

      Deviant Member

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    All of the options listed - scapegoats, gatekeepers, and deviant members - are examples of problematic group members. A scapegoat is someone who is unfairly blamed for the group's failures or problems. A gatekeeper is someone who controls access to information or resources within the group, often leading to exclusion and power imbalances. A deviant member is someone who goes against the norms and rules of the group, causing disruption and conflict. Therefore, all of these examples demonstrate behaviors that can create difficulties within a group dynamic.

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  • 29. 

    Which of the following describes a "Norm"?

    • A.

      Socially defined factors dictated legislations

    • B.

      Shared expectations and beliefs about acceptable behaviors

    • C.

      Actions that are abnormal yet acceptable

    • D.

      Behaviors that are regulated by organizations

    Correct Answer
    B. Shared expectations and beliefs about acceptable behaviors
    Explanation
    A "norm" refers to shared expectations and beliefs about acceptable behaviors in a social context. It represents the standards or guidelines that individuals within a society or group are expected to adhere to. Norms can vary across different cultures and communities, shaping the way people interact and behave. They provide a framework for understanding what is considered appropriate or acceptable in a given social setting.

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  • 30. 

    Which of the following describes a "Role"?

    • A.

      Behaviors that are expected of someone from birth

    • B.

      Defined behavior in relation to a specific function or task group

    • C.

      Expectations split between group members

    • D.

      Assigned expectations which vary depending on the group leader

    Correct Answer
    B. Defined behavior in relation to a specific function or task group
    Explanation
    A "Role" is a defined behavior that is expected of an individual in relation to a specific function or task group. It outlines the responsibilities, duties, and expectations that the person should fulfill within that specific context. It helps in clarifying the tasks and behaviors that are required to be performed by the individual in order to contribute effectively to the group or organization.

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  • 31. 

    What is Leadership?

    • A.

      The process of developing members to work for its leader

    • B.

      The process of guiding development of a group and its members

    • C.

      The process of developing acceptable members of society

    • D.

      The process of guiding members to work efficiently

    Correct Answer
    B. The process of guiding development of a group and its members
    Explanation
    This answer is correct because leadership involves guiding and directing the development of a group and its members. It is about providing guidance, support, and direction to help the group and its individuals achieve their goals and maximize their potential. Leadership is not just about developing individual members, but also about fostering the growth and success of the entire group as a cohesive unit.

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  • 32. 

    What are the two types of leaders?

    • A.

      Task and Relationship

    • B.

      Personal and Impersonal

    • C.

      Task and Group

    • D.

      Group and Relationship

    Correct Answer
    A. Task and Relationship
    Explanation
    The two types of leaders are task-oriented leaders and relationship-oriented leaders. Task-oriented leaders focus primarily on achieving goals and completing tasks efficiently. They are highly organized, directive, and results-driven. On the other hand, relationship-oriented leaders prioritize building strong relationships with their team members. They are supportive, empathetic, and focus on creating a positive work environment. These two types of leaders represent different approaches to leadership and can be effective in different situations depending on the needs of the team or organization.

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  • 33. 

    What is the role of the Task Leader?

    • A.

      Set Standards

    • B.

      Planning activities

    • C.

      Offer solutions to complete objectives

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    The role of the Task Leader is to set standards, plan activities, and offer solutions to complete objectives. This means that the Task Leader is responsible for establishing guidelines and expectations, organizing and coordinating tasks, and providing solutions to any challenges or obstacles that may arise during the completion of objectives. By encompassing all of these responsibilities, the Task Leader plays a crucial role in ensuring the successful execution of tasks and achieving desired outcomes.

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  • 34. 

    What is the role of the Relationship leader?

    • A.

      Give Support and Encourage group members

    • B.

      Boost morale of the group

    • C.

      Showing concern for members through reducing conflict

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    The role of the Relationship leader is to provide support and encouragement to group members, boost their morale, and show concern for their well-being by reducing conflicts. By doing all of the above, the Relationship leader creates a positive and cohesive group dynamic, fostering a sense of trust and collaboration among the members. This ultimately leads to improved group performance and satisfaction.

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  • 35. 

    There is only one acceptable type of leadership

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    The statement suggests that there is only one acceptable type of leadership, but this is not true. Leadership can vary depending on the situation, the organization, and the individuals involved. Different leadership styles, such as autocratic, democratic, or transformational, can be effective in different contexts. Additionally, leadership can be exhibited by individuals at various levels within an organization, not just those in formal leadership positions. Therefore, it is incorrect to claim that there is only one acceptable type of leadership.

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  • 36. 

    What are the two types of power?

    • A.

      Attributed & Actual

    • B.

      Given & Earned

    • C.

      Earned & Attributed

    • D.

      Attributed & Given

    Correct Answer
    A. Attributed & Actual
    Explanation
    The two types of power mentioned in the answer are "Attributed" and "Actual". "Attributed power" refers to the power that is perceived or assigned to an individual by others, based on their position or authority. On the other hand, "Actual power" is the power that an individual possesses and can exercise due to their personal qualities, skills, or resources. Therefore, the correct answer is "Attributed & Actual".

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  • 37. 

    Attributed power is the perception of others ability to lead

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    Attributed power refers to the perception that others have regarding someone's ability to lead or influence others. It is based on how others perceive an individual's leadership qualities, skills, and capabilities. Therefore, the statement "Attributed power is the perception of others ability to lead" is correct because it accurately describes the concept of attributed power.

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  • 38. 

    Actual power is the usage of resources for changing conditions inside and out of the group

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    The statement is true because actual power refers to the utilization of resources to bring about changes in both internal and external conditions of a group. This implies that actual power is not just about having authority or control, but it involves the effective use of resources to influence and bring about desired outcomes.

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  • 39. 

    Which factor is not a component of the Transformational Leadership Model?

    • A.

      Competent and Trustworthy

    • B.

      Inspirational and Motivational

    • C.

      Individualizes members needs

    • D.

      Takes the burden to alleviate stress from the members

    Correct Answer
    D. Takes the burden to alleviate stress from the members
    Explanation
    The factor "Takes the burden to alleviate stress from the members" is not a component of the Transformational Leadership Model. The model focuses on factors such as being competent and trustworthy, being inspirational and motivational, and individualizing members' needs. However, taking the burden to alleviate stress from the members is not specifically mentioned as a component of this model.

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  • 40. 

    The Interaction Model of Leadership includes 1.Purpose of group 2.Type of problem group is working on 3.The environment in which the group works 4.Group as a whole 5.The members of the group 6.The leader

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    The Interaction Model of Leadership includes various elements that are crucial for effective leadership. These elements include the purpose of the group, the type of problem the group is working on, the environment in which the group operates, the group as a whole, the members of the group, and the leader. All of these factors play a significant role in shaping the dynamics and success of the group. Therefore, the statement that the Interaction Model of Leadership includes all of these elements is true.

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  • 41. 

    The four categories of Group Dynamics are: Communication and Interaction Patterns Group Cohesion Social Integration & Influence Group Culture

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    The statement is true because the four categories mentioned (Communication and Interaction Patterns, Group Cohesion, Social Integration & Influence, Group Culture) are indeed the main components or aspects of group dynamics. These categories help to understand and analyze how individuals interact within a group, how they communicate, how cohesive the group is, how social influence plays a role, and how group culture develops and influences behavior.

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