The following items describe aspects of leadership behaviour:
Respond to each item according to the way the leader would most likely act.
Always (A),Frequently (F), Occasionally (O), Seldom (S), or Never (N)
He or she tends to "needle" team members for greater effort.
He or she would let the members of the team do their work the way they think best.
He or she tolerates postponement and uncertainty.
He or she gets swamped by details.
He or she would represent the team at outside meetings.
He or she is reluctant to allow the team members any freedom in action.
He or she often act without consulting the group.
He or she asks that team members follow standard rules.
He or she would most likely act as the spokesperson of the team.
He or she encourages overtime work.
He or she allows team members complete freedom in their work.
He or she would encourage the use of uniform procedures.
He or she trusts the team members to exercise good judgement.
He or she stresses being ahead of competing groups.
He or she speaks as a representative of the team.
He or she would try out his or her ideas in the team.
He or she tends to be working hard for a promotion.
He or she would speak for the team if there were visitors present.
He or she keeps the work moving at a rapid pace.
He or she turns the members loose on a job and let them go to it.
He or she would settle conflicts when they occur in the team.
He or she usually decides what should be done and how it should be done.
He or she pushes for increased production.
He or she would let some team members have authority which he or she could keep.
He or she assigns team members to particular tasks.
He or she permits the members to use their own judgement in solving problems.
He or she schedules the work to be done.
He or she often explains his or her actions to employees.
He or she persuades others that his or her ideas are to their advantage.
He or she would permit the team to set its own pace.
He or she often urges the group to beat the previous record.
Results : T