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Inspiring and Motivating Individuals Week 01 Quiz Answers

Quiz 1: Strategies for visionary leadership

Q1. Leaders improve team performance by:

  • A. Creating and communicating a vision
  • B. Structuring roles and responsibilities
  • C. Clarifying the interdependence among team members
  • D. Showing consideration for individual team members
  • E. All of the above

Q2. A visionary leader has a positive impact on a firm’s financial performance.

  • True
  • False

Q3. When developing your vision, you must answer which question(s):

  • A. Why do we do what we do?
  • B. What does success look like?
  • C. How must we act to ensure success?
  • D. All of the above

Q4. When communicating your vision, you should take ownership by using “I” and “Me” language.

  • True
  • False

Q5. In your vision for your team, you should avoid referencing specific values or moral convictions.

  • True
  • False

Q6. When communicating your vision, it is important to:

  • A. Talk loudly
  • B. Speak in a consistent tone in your voice
  • C. Maintain an open body posture
  • D. Show little emotion
  • E. Maintain
    a consistent pitch in your voice

Q7. An open body posture increases your stress hormones.

  • True
  • False

Q8. An open body posture increases your energy hormones.

  • True
  • False

Q9. You can improve your charisma by:

  • A. Using stories and metaphors
  • B. Asking rhetorical questions
  • C. Setting high expectations
  • D. Using inclusive language (we, us, our)
  • E. All of the above

Q10. Non-verbals such as facial gestures and body posture account for less than 10% of communication:

  • True
  • False

Inspiring and Motivating Individuals Week 02 Quiz Answers

Quiz 1: Setting Effective Goals

Q1. Difficult, challenging goals always improve performance.

  • True
  • False

Q2. Goals improve performance by:

  • Directing effort and attention toward goal-supporting activities
  • Directing effort and attention away from goal-irrelevant activities
  • Energizing and motivating for greater effort
  • Increasing the persistence of effort
  • All of the above

Q3. Stretch goals can promote unethical behavior.

  • True
  • False

Q4. Specific goals can promote unethical behavior.

  • True
  • False

Q5. Stretch goals can help increase satisfaction of the teammates.

  • True
  • False

Q6. SMART goals stand for:

  • Sophisticated, Measurable, Actionable, Realistic, Timely
  • Sagacious, Meaningful, Attainable, Responsible, Time-bound
  • Standard, Meaningful, Authoritative, Realistic, Trusted
  • Specific, Measurable, Agreed-Upon, Reasonable, Time-bound

Q7. Specific goals can limit creativity.

  • True
  • False

Q8. Specific goals can impede learning.

  • True
  • False

Q9. Specific goals can impede learning especially strongly in situations that are:

  • Stable and predictable
  • Involve many participants
  • Ethically questionable
  • Complex and uncertain

Q10. One of the best ways to make goals meaningful is to:

  • Create goals through brainstorming with the entire team
  • Cite examples of meaningful goals from other teams in discussing team goals
  • Have a retreat with the team to discuss goal meaning
  • Allow teammates to see how their product influences the lives of others

Inspiring and Motivating Individuals Week 03 Quiz Answers

Quiz 1: Motivation and Drivers of Performance

Q1. Increasing employee engagement results in:

  • A. Higher financial profitability
  • B. Enhanced customer service
  • C. Reduced employee attrition
  • D. Less absenteeism
  • E. All of the above

Q2. Most employees are highly engaged at work.

  • True
  • False

Q3. According to Maslow, which human need must be met
first in order for people to be engaged and motivated?

  • A. Belonging
  • B. Safety
  • C. Self-esteem
  • D. Self-actualization
  • E. Physical needs

Q4. Human needs are “born” traits, i.e., not learned over time.

  • True
  • False

Q5. People’s values differ greatly depending on their country of origin, nationality and culture.

  • True
  • False

Q6. An effective intrinsic motivator is:

  • A. Job title
  • B. Fear of failure
  • C. Money
  • D. Learning and mastery
  • E. Badges and certifications

Q7. The newer Millennial generation values intrinsic motivators such as meaning at work and learning more than Baby Boomers or GenX’ers.

  • True
  • False

Q8. Extrinsic rewards such as money or higher job titles can be de-motivating.

  • True
  • False

Q9. You can increase individuals’ intrinsic motivation by:

  • A. Offering them a corner office location for improved performance
  • B. Demonstrating the positive impact of their work on other people
  • C. Creating a financial incentive tied to performance
  • D. Treating everyone in the team equally
  • E. None of the above

Q10. People who make $125,000 USD are significantly happier than people who make $70,000 USD.

  • True
  • False

Inspiring and Motivating Individuals Week 04 Quiz Answers

Quiz 1: Aligning Rewards and Behaviors

Q1. The concept of equity suggests that:

  • A. We compare our satisfaction with a job to others’
  • B. We compare our levels of effort to peers’ levels of effort
  • C. Our motivation is affected negatively if we receive fewer rewards per unit of effort than our peers
  • D. Both B and C
  • E. None of the above

Q2. To effectively apply the concept of equity in your team, it is essential that

  • A. The rule of equity is satisfied on a daily basis
  • B. We reduce the level of effort required for all teammates
  • C. We provide mentorship for all teammates
  • D. Both A and B
  • E. None of the above

Q3. Seeking positive feedback and affirmation from your peers and subordinates is the best way to
enhance your standing in the team

  • True
  • False

Q4. If you are expecting our teammates to deliver creative ideas but reward them for meeting monthly
sales quotas, you could be:

  • A. Committing fundamental attribution error
  • B. Committing Folly of Rewarding A while Hoping for B
  • C. Failing your fiduciary duty
  • D. Engaging in unethical behavior
  • E. None of the above

Q5. The most effective way to motivate your teammates in a sustainable way is by using:

  • A. Negative
  • B. Punishment
  • C. Positive reinforcement
  • D. Both
    A and C
  • E. None
    of the above

Q6. Your colleague wants to motivate the team but has a limited budget to buy pastries for the five upcoming team meetings. Based on your knowledge of reinforcement schedules, you
would most likely recommend that the colleague:

  • A. Bring some pastries to every meeting
  • B. Bring a lot of pastries to first and fourth meetings
  • C. Progressively increase the number of pastries brought to every meeting, starting with a very small amount
  • D. Promise your teammates to bring a lot of pastries to the final meeting
  • E. None of the above

Q7. It is often beneficial to separate a performance evaluation meeting into two separate
meetings for evaluation and development.

  • True
  • False

Q8. Some of the most common culprits responsible for the Folly of Rewarding A while Hoping for B include:

  • A. Limited resources in organizations
  • B. Fascination with objective metrics
  • C. Poor coordination among teammates
  • D. Strive for instant gratification
  • E. Both B and D

Q9. To overcome the
illusion of transparency in communicating goals and expectations, we should:

  • A. Ask questions to ensure understanding
  • B. Ask people to restate the goals and expectations back to us
  • C. Ask them to keep a journal documenting their reflections on the goals
  • D. Both A and B
  • E. None of the above

Q10. The key risk of seeking feedback on your performance from your peers and subordinates includes undermining your authority

  • True
  • False

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