Leadership focused on Human Flourishing Week 04 Quiz Answers

Quiz 1: Self-evaluation

Q1. What is the result of finding meaning in what we do?

  • A. We become altruistic.
  • B. We create abundance.
  • C. We are more committed.

Q2. According to Seligman, what is the difference between a pleasant life and the good life?

  • A. Finding meaning.
  • B. Creating abundance.
  • C. Being altruistic.

Q3. What is altruism?

  • A. Having hope in the future.
  • B. Doing something without expecting a reward, giving or helping for the simple pleasure of doing it.
  • C. Identifying and implementing our strengths.

Quiz 2: Self-evaluation

Q1. How is extra-role behavior defined?

  • A. The behavior that promotes getting out of the assigned role.
  • B. A voluntary behavior that promotes “going beyond” what is required.
  • C. The behavior that voluntarily promotes seeking additional roles to those assigned.

Q2. According to Dave Ulrich, talent is:

  • A. Talent = Competence + Commitment
  • B. Talent = Commitment / Competence
  • C. Talent = Competence x Commitment

Q3. What should we focus on to be leaders focused on human flourishing?

  • A. On the improvement of the emotional climate, relationships, communication, and meaning of our staff members.
  • B. In that our employees are well paid.
  • C. On that we are the best place to work according to the international rankings.

Quiz 3: Evaluation of Topic 4

Q1. How is work different from vocation?

  • A. Work and vocation are the same.
  • B. Both give us the opportunity to put our talents at the service of others.
  • C. Work is what we do to earn a living, while vocation happens in the religious field exclusively.
  • D. Work is a means to earning a living, while vocation gives meaning to what we do.

Q2. What determines whether we feel committed?

  • A. What we do.
  • B. The position we have in the organizational chart.
  • C. Our boss.
  • D. Oneself.

Q3. How do you define altruism?

  • A. Giving financial aid to a non-profit organization for tax the benefits.
  • B. Being part of a group that helps the elderly.
  • C. Being part of the neighborhood board of our community.
  • D. Giving or helping for the simple pleasure of doing it or doing something because we feel it is part of our responsibility.

Q4. Which of the following options is NOT one of the areas in which a leader focused on human flourishing may reach fulfillment?

  • A. Physical
  • B. Intellectual
  • C. Social
  • D. Financial

Q5. Which of the following characteristics does not represent a leader with ethical and civic commitment?

  • A. Seeking to give a moral sense to professional work.
  • B. Seeking to use the talents of each member of the organization for his or her benefit.
  • C. Coexisting with differences.
  • D. Enabling dialog construction.

Quiz 5: Final exam

Q1. What is Positive Psychology?

  • A. The scientific study of emotions and values.
  • B. The current that goes against traditional psychology.
  • C. The study of happiness.
  • D. The scientific study of the optimal functioning of people.

Q2. Seligman uses the following acronym to describe his theory of well-being:

  • A. PESCA
  • B. MESAR
  • C. PERMA
  • D. EMSAR

Q3. According to Aristotle, what is the way to achieve happiness?

  • A. Satisfy our desires.
  • B. Live according to our own virtues.
  • C. Accumulate wealth.
  • D. Offer daily sacrifices.

Q4. Researchers agree that leadership is the ability of one person to influence others in order to achieve objectives.

  • A. True
  • B. False

Q5. What is the definition of resilience?

  • A. The ability to overcome and even improve from adversity, conflict, failure, or even in cases of positive events, progress, and increased responsibility.
  • B. An explanatory style view of reality that interprets positive events as personal, permanent, and general, and negative events as external, temporary, and specific.
  • C. A positive motivational state that is based on an interactively derived sense of success from the energy to pursue goals and the planning to achieve them.
  • D. Confidence in the skills that create motivation, cognitive resources, and action plans required to successfully perform a specific task within a context.

Q6. What kind of thoughts should we avoid in order to be happier?

  • A. Rumination, victimization, and fatalism.
  • B. Realism.
  • C. Positivity and optimism.
  • D. We should avoid thinking.

Q7. Who is the promoter of the happiness thieves?

  • A. Pope Francis
  • B. The Dalai Lama
  • C. Buddha
  • D. Martin Seligman

Q8. It is impossible to emotionally infect others.

  • A. True
  • B. False

Q9. If we want to be leaders focused on human flourishing, we must absorb the frustrations of our team members so that there is greater harmony in their lives.

  • A. True
  • B. False

Q10. Modifying thinking is the best way to modify emotions.

  • A. True
  • B. False

Q11. Which of the following elements is not related to positivity, according to the Leadership Focused on Human Flourishing model?

  • A. Self-efficacy
  • B. Self-knowledge
  • C. Optimism
  • D. Hope

Q12. Why does habituation occur?

  • A. Neurons “simulate” what is going through other people’s minds when we look at them.
  • B. Neurons are prepared to respond to new stimuli but not to be activated in situations that do not provide new or relevant information.
  • C. Neurons allow us to feel what others feel.
  • D. None of the above

Q13. Optimism is considered a dimension or trait of our personality.

  • A. True
  • B. False

Q14. Flexible people have a high capability for analysis, perspective, and contextualization.

  • A. True
  • B. False

Q15. Exercising both hemispheres of the brain helps us:

  • A. Classify people according to their strengths.
  • B. Develop the hemisphere that we like the most.
  • C. Have greater flexibility, develop an open mind and better handling of uncertainty.
  • D. Identify the need to be more resilient.

Q16. How is work different from vocation?

  • A. Work and vocation are the same.
  • B. Both give us the opportunity to put our talents at the service of others.
  • C. Work is what we do to earn a living, while vocation happens in the religious field exclusively.
  • D. Work is a means to earning a living, while vocation gives meaning to what we do.

Q17. What determines whether we feel committed?

  • A. What we do.
  • B. The position we have in the organizational chart.
  • C. Our boss.
  • D. Oneself.

Q18. How do you define altruism?

  • A. Giving financial aid to a non-profit organization for tax the benefits.
  • B. Being part of a group that helps the elderly.
  • C. Being part of the neighborhood board of our community.
  • D. Giving or helping for the simple pleasure of doing it or doing something because we feel it is part of our responsibility.

Q19. Which of the following options is not one of the psychological concepts used to define organizational commitment?

  • A. Affective commitment
  • B. Commitment of continuity
  • C. Extra-role behavior
  • D. Civic commitment

Q20. What does Benjamin Barber refer to as “corporate civic responsibility”?

  • A. Responsibility towards investors.
  • B. Responsibility towards political and social institutions.
  • C. Responsibility towards their family.
  • D. Responsibility towards society, employees and their families, and towards the environment.
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