How to Assess, Evaluate & Recognize Leadership Style


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Bob, a customer service rep at Fax Inc., asks his manager Ian if he can start learning how to create wedding invitations. Ian advises Bob that he must make sure to work with all of the customers, and clean up his work station every day, and if he meets these goals, he can learn this new skill. What type of leader is Ian?

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1. Which leadership style is also called laissez-faire?

2. Which leadership style assesses employees skills, and pushes them to reach for their goals?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Different leadership styles can be identified through a variety of ways in the workplace. With these assessments, you can find out how much you know about styles of leadership by answering questions on points like a leader who wants his/her employee to focus on the day's tasks before starting something new and another term for a 'laissez-faire' leadership style.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You'll be quizzed on these topics:

  • Leadership style that addresses the skills of employees and encourages them to work toward their goals
  • Strength of a particular type of leadership
  • A weakness of delegative leadership

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the leadership style that's 'laissez-faire' and a weakness associated with delegative leadership
  • Reading comprehension - make sure you understand the most important information about a style of leadership where a manager supports his/her employees to work toward achieving their goals
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding a leadership style of a manager who wants their employee to take care of the most immediate tasks at hand before learning a new skill

Additional Learning

You'll be able to learn more about management styles in the accompanying lesson titled How to Assess, Evaluate & Recognize Leadership Style. Follow along with these areas of interest:

  • Ways that leadership styles can impact employees
  • Use of surveys to identify leadership styles
  • Leadership examples