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Newsletter / August 28, 2022
THIS REVISES THE RULES FOR ANSWERING THE 5 LEADERSHIP MANAGEMENT QUESTIONS PUBLISHED THIS MORNING! SAME 5 QUESTIONS, DIFFERENT RULES TO HAVE SOME FUN!
What’s the Most Accurate Answer?
Knowing this means you also understand the process of management for your position. I will explain the answer to these questions each day of the week from August 22-26, via email, on my Linkedin Post, as well as on my web site, www.highgrowthllc.com.
Let’s have some fun!
You keep the results individually so you will know how you scored. But also, have your HR Manager keep track of all manager final correct scores from zero to 5, average them into one average score for the number of managers participating, and forward that number to me for your company.
Submit the average number for your company on my web site by Monday, August 29. Compete with 3,500 other companies but only know your own score and ranking.
Each participating manager of a Winning company receives a copy of my Leadership Management book, Vocabulary For Success, or, Axioms of Success. And a ranking of where your company ranked in participating companies.
Here are the 5 Questions: Only One Answer per Question!
1. The most important ingredient for proper delegation of work to others is:
2. Since “change” is no longer an acceptable term in leadership, the difference between Transformation and Reformation is:
a. They both relate to the scope of the project.
b. They both impact the business model.
c. They both include restructuring.
d. One impacts the business model, and the other impacts the scope of the project.
3. The difference between a “best practice” and an “axiom” is:
a. The best practice is the most reliable of the two terms.
b. The best practice is objective; the axiom is subjective.
c. The best practice is used the same way by all respected units of the company.
d. The best practice is subjective in nature and changed by the company as it sees fit.
4. The two most important “hard skill” competencies to a leadership manager are:
a. Communications and Delegation.
b. Accountability and Metrics.
c. Decision Making and Problem solving.
d. Evaluation and Appraisal.
5. The two most important “soft skill” competencies to a leadership manager are:
a. Empathy & Innovation.
b. Charisma & Curiosity.
c. Honesty & Humility.
d. Resilience & Tenacity.
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