Organizational Psychology Final
Organizational Psychology Final
Sarine is most likely making decisions to continue with these dolls at this point because of:
What could Sarine have done differently in order to avoid this escalation of commitment with her decisions?
This type of listening is known as
When Shanti attempts to empathize with the speaker, this is known as
The techniques she learned with regards to showing interest will help her improve in the ____ of listening
Jamie, a member of your team, is the only person in the company with whom this client is willing to deal. It can be said that Jamie has
Which form of influence is this supervisor using?
What form of influence are the employees using
Krystal’s boss in the accounting department initially rejected her proposal for a new budgeting process. So Krystal spoke to and received support from the heads of two departments that would benefit from the proposed budgeting process. She also found support from several co-workers in the accounting department because they believed the new budgeting process would be simpler and fairer. When Krystal’s boss realized that several key people supported the new budgeting system, he agreed to test it in a pilot project.
What form of influence is Krystal mainly using here?
Employees at Charlotte International prefer which of the following types of third-party intervention?
Which conflict resolution style would you use in this situation?
If instead of equal power, the Department A had considerably more power than Department B, what would Department B’s best conflict resolution style be?
From the information provided, which of the following best encompasses Bob’s strongest leadership competency according to the competency perspectives?
From the information provided, which of the following best encompasses Bob’s weakest leadership competency according to the competency perspective?
What type of leader is Gina
Which type of leader is Chen
This type of leadership is most effective when:
Johni is the CEO of a struggling company. She has listened to her employee’s complaints and concerns about where the corporation is going and has developed a new vision that she feels will help develop a common bond throughout the organization. Johni then hosted a company-wide picnic where she delivered an inspiring speech about the new plans for the business, including her plans for more open communication between management and employees. After her speech, management and employees all participated in trust building exercises and each employee had a one-on-one conversation with Johni.
What type of leadership theory most resembles Johni’s actions?
What is the next step Johni should take if she wants to continue on towards her vision?
Which of the following leadership theories supports this action?
A potential problem with this form of structure is:
What type of cultural merge would be best in this situation?
United FiberTech most likely has a strong:
The strategy BusCorp. is using to minimizing resistance to change is known as:
The formation of task forces to minimize resistance to change is known as
This action by the regional executives is mainly an example of resistance due to:
The resistance from the product leaders is an example of resistance due to:
The CEO will need to know that the first step in his appreciative inquiry change effort
One reason the CEO’s idea of using an appreciative inquiry approach might be successful is that this approach takes the organization from “what is” to ultimately:
Which of the following types of resistance to change might be used by employees at XYZ as a deliberate strategy to ‘prove’ that the decision is wrong or that the change agent is incompetent?
XYZ attempts to assist the change process by putting employees in direct contact with customers. Here, the company is trying to: