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Leadership Styles Quiz
I generally would let my section complete tasks the way they want to.
I would like my section to complete tasks the way I tell them to.
I don't need to love the people in my section, so long as they're smart and hard working.
Genuinely liking, and having a friendly relationship with, the people in your section is a big part of the overall success of the group.
I like my section to check in with me only when they have a significant problem or have achieved a huge milestone.
I like to check in with my section regularly to see how they are progressing.
I think the best work is done when section members feel a bit competitive with each other.
I think the best work is done when section members collaborate and cooperate.
I like section members to know the candid unvarnished facts about whether their performance meets my expectations. Even if that means they sometimes feel criticized by my word.
I like to make constructive criticism easier to hear. I often use a compliment sandwich to offer advice. If the section member shuts me out, they won't improve.
I prefer not to be constrained by a set of rigid rules and I believe that rules can change with time and circumstances.
I have defined, and taught my section, a very clear set of rules and expectations about what constitutes success in our section.
I lighten or increase the workload depending on the needs of the section.
I lighten or increase the workoad depending on the needs of the individual.
I like to push people to develop their weaknesses.
I Like to keep people focused on their areas of strength.
Team chemistry must be protected, even if that means we have to invest a little extra time and energy.
Being correct is a lot more important than being nice; we're all young adults.
When I give a "formal order," I expect people to follow it.
I prefer to offer guidance and advice rather than giving "formal orders."
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