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1

What makes us human and different from other living things?

A. Feelings
B. Words
C. Values
D. Conscious

C. Values

2

What is one of the biggest challenges each of us face?

A. Walking the talk
B. Saying the right words
C. Teamwork
D. Commitment

A. Walking the talk

3

What is the core and challenge of police leadership?

Stating values

Behaving values

Recognizing values

Establishing values

Stating values

4

How do strength-based leaders convey their values to their staff?

In writing

By setting the example

By everything they say and do

Verbally

By everything they say and do

5

What are four very critical functions of understanding human values?

Values, compass, purposes, and strengths

Compass, communications, values, and strengths

Values, compass, communications, and strengths

Compass, communications, purposes, and strengths

Compass, communications, purposes, and strengths

6

When is an organization vulnerable to violating community standards?

Department places outcomes above core values

Department places core values above outcomes

Supervisor places outcomes above core values

Supervisor places core values above outcomes

Department places outcomes above core values

7

How can a police agency reap long term rewards in the form of loyal citizens and positive community relations?

Sets its compass towards serving its employees

Sets its compass towards serving its community

Sets its compass towards serving its leaders

Sets its compass towards serving its team members

Sets its compass towards serving its community

8

What kind of values serve as a compass?

Ethical values

Moral values

Human values

Core values

Ethical values

9

When can you understand another’s set of values?

By knowing your value system

By knowing your leader’s value system

By establishing your value system

By your leader establishing a value system

By knowing your value system

10

When do we really communicate?

Once we understand our own value system

Once we understand one another’s value system

Once we trust our own value system

Once we trust one another’s value system

Once we understand one another’s value system

11

Why is it vital for police supervisors to understand and appreciate human values?

They serve as a purpose and a path to reach that destiny

They serve as our ethical values

They serve as a means or a guide to reach that destiny

They serve as our core values

They serve as a purpose and a path to reach that destiny

12

We should understand our own values because they underpin what?

Leadership strengths

Personality

Character

All of the above

All of the above

13

What type of people are strongly aware of and constantly use their strengths?

Low performers

Supervisors

Team players

Team leaders

Team leaders

14

What type of people constantly ignore their strengths and focus on weaknesses?

Losers

Top performers

Winners

None of the above

Losers

15

Whose responsibility is it to know our strengths and capitalize on them?

Department

Team member

Our self

Supervisor

Supervisor

16

We lead others and ourselves according to our _______ value system.

Human

Core

Strength-based

Own

Strength-based

17

What is an example of a goal oriented value?

Leading

Strength

Jogging

Reputation

Reputation

18

An enduring belief that a specific goal and means of attaining that goal are very important is the definition of ______.

Principles

Values

Character

Ethics

Values

19

There are three requirements for a person to hold a value. Which one of these is a true statement?

It must be a means, or acted on

It should be a means, or acted on

It must be random

It should be random

It must be a means, or acted on

20

An enduring organization of beliefs concerning preferable modes of conduct of end states of existence in a hierarchical ranking of relative importance is the definition of ___.

Value system

Values

Core values

Principles

Value system

21

What shapes broad patterns of human behavior?

DNA

Behavior patterns

Genetics

Psychology

Genetics

22

Which value-programming period is in the first six to seven years of life?

Socialization

Modeling

Imprinting

Encoding

Imprinting

23

Which value programming period is from the age of seven to fourteen?

Socialization

Modeling

Imprinting

Encoding

Modeling

24

Which value-programming period is from the age of about thirteen to twenty?

Socialization

Modeling

Imprinting

Encoding

Socialization

25

In addition to physical behavior development, a tremendous amount of mental and values development takes place during what value-programming period?

Socialization

Modeling

Imprinting

Encoding

Imprinting

26

The process of value identification is in what order?

Important others around the child, mother, and then with father

Father, mother, and then with important others around the child

Mother, important others around the child, and then with the father

None of the above

None of the above

Mother, then with Father and important others around the child

27

Which models in our lives are significant?

Parent

Supervisor

Team member

Hero

Hero

28

Which period is a vital period?

Socialization

Modeling

Imprinting

Encoding

Modeling

29

What ages does our social life become structured primarily in terms of our friends?

Up to age six or seven

From about age seven to fourteen

From about age fourteen to twenty

From about age thirteen to twenty

From about age thirteen to twenty

30

During what period do we define and integrate the values, beliefs, and standards of our particular culture into our own personalities?

Socialization

Modeling

Imprinting

Encoding

Socialization