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1

What do great leaders capitalize on?
a. Self-discipline
b. Authority
c. Strengths
d. Talents

c. Strengths

2

Great leaders who know their key signature strengths are ______.
a. Strong
b. Strength-based leaders
c. Self-disciplined
d. Successful

c. self-disciplined

3

When do we forfeit the opportunity to be a winner?

a. Fixate on our shortcomings
b. Focus on our strengths
c. Delegate decisions
d. Lack conventional wisdom

a. Fixate on our shortcomings

4

What do we devote more time to?

a. Weaknesses
b. Strengths
c. Shortcomings
d. Decision making

c. Shortcomings

5

What's a myth that impeded and confused someone’s effort to be a strength-based leader?

a. College-educated people are unable to do police work.
b. Your team needs you to put aside your individual strengths
c. We become more like ourselves
d. Women cannot perform patrol duties

b. Your team needs you to put aside your individual strengths

6

Which myth is most common?

a. As we grow, we change
b. College-educated people are unable to do police work
c. Your team needs you to put aside your individual strengths
d. We grow the most in areas where we’re most weak

c. Your team needs you to put aside your individual strengths

7

When does the entire team benefit?

a. When we become more like ourselves
b. By investing time and energy in our signature strengths
c. When we rely on our key strengths
d. When we know our own strengths

d. When we know our own strengths

8

What is the best definition of a leadership strength?

a. Authority to make a decision
b. Delegating the right to make a decision
c. An activity that makes you feel strong
d. Becoming more like our self

c. An activity that makes you feel strong

9

As a supervisor, what can you do to be a leader?

a. Recognize your shortcomings
b. Identify your strengths
c. Work hard and study
d. Know your strengths

b. Identify your strengths

10

As a police leader, what can you do to be a supervisor?

a. Recognize your shortcomings
b. Identify your strengths
c. Work hard and study
d. Know your strengths

c. Work hard and study

11

What is leading about?

a. Deployment
b. People
c. Costs
d. Physical resources

b. People

12

Being an effective boss requires competence in what?

a. People
b. Things
c. People and things
d. Signature strengths

c. People and things

13

The capacity to command is ______.

a. Supervision
b. Leadership
c. Required
d. Optional

b. Leadership

14

Which of the following applies to leadership?

a. Authority
b. Positional
c. Things
d. People

d. People

15

Who can exert leadership?

a. Supervisor
b. Someone in authority
c. Your command
d. Anyone

d. Anyone

16

The _______ builds teams, empowers others, emphasizes purposes, and listens. If the ______ is performing all of these functions and is a police supervisor, you are witnessing a supervisor/leader.

a. supervisor/supervisor
b. supervisor/leader
c. leader/leader
d. Leader/supervisor

c. leader/leader

17

The right to command is _____.

a. Supervision
c. Leadership
d. Required
c. Optional

a. Supervision

18

A supervisor is respected and followed by exercising their right with what?

a. Fear
b. Coercion
c. Strength
d. Care

d. Care

19

A supervisor is feared and avoided by exercising their right with what?

a. Fairness
b. Wisdom
c. Coercion
d. Unjust decisions

c. Coercion

20

What must be blended for a supervisor to become a leader?

Training and experience

Fairness and wisdom

Experience and power

Authority and power

Authority and power

21

What is enlightenment?

Self-awareness

Self-discipline

Intuition

Absolute power

Self-awareness

22

What is the crux of Drs. Drucker and Clifton’s message?

You get things by leading with your intuition and not your heart

You get things by making snap decisions and not by procrastinating

You get things by leading with your strengths and not your weaknesses

You get things by taking time with your decisions and not by snap decisions

You get things by leading with your strengths and not your weaknesses

23

Which two doctors are in the strength-based leadership field?

Dr Drucker and Dr Rath

Dr Drucker and Dr Clifton

Dr Rath and Dr Clifton

Dr Rath and Dr Buckingham

Dr Rath and Dr Buckingham

24

Who is the doctor in positive psychology?

Dr Rath

Dr Buckingham

Dr Seligman

Dr Goleman

Dr Seligman

25

Who is the doctor in emotional intelligence?

Dr Rath

Dr Clifton

Dr Seligman

Dr Goleman

Dr Goleman

26

In the survey conducted by Gallup, how many people “strongly agree” that employee engagement is positive and productive at work?

One-third

One-quarter

One-half

Two-thirds

One-third

27

People are how many times more likely to be engaged in their jobs if they focus on strengths?

Two

Three

Four

Six

Six

28

What are the chances of you being actively disengaged if your boss ignores you?

50%

40%

22%

5%

40%

29

What are the chances of you being actively disengaged if your boss focuses on your weakness?

40%

22%

12%

1%

22%

30

What are the chances of you being actively disengaged if your boss focuses on your strengths?

85%

40%

12%

1%

1%