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Someone working out of the Leader paradigm is likely to
Someone working out of the Leader paradigm is likely to: back up words with consistent action.
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User: Someone working out of the Leader paradigm is likely to

Weegy: Someone working out of the Leader paradigm is likely to: back up words with consistent action.
sharpies|Points 6341|

User: In facilitating change, a leader should:

User: In facilitating change, a leader should

User: During times of change, it is important for leaders to

User: A climate of trust is enhanced when leaders: a. Acknowledge when there has been a breach of trust. b. Micromanage. c. Use domineering influence. d. Adopt a win/lose mentality.

Weegy: A climate of trust is enhanced when leaders: a. Acknowledge when there has been a breach of trust.
debnjerry|Points 26115|

User: During times of change, it is important for leaders to: a. Make sure that they put the right spin on the situation, especially when things are going badly. b. Discourage employees from expressing their misgivings. c. Explain the situation once, then move on—don’t dwell on it. d. Communicate first through actions, then words.

Weegy: d. Communicate first through actions, then words. Satisfied? Please click GOOD
genie23|Points 160|

User: In facilitating change, a leader should: a. Avoid talking about the issues or problems that led to the change. b. Explain how the change relates to the overall organizational strategy. c. Get rid of people who disagree so they don’t poison the atmosphere. d. Wait to see the results of the change before making any changes to systems or policies.

Weegy: b. Explain how the change relates to the overall organizational strategy.
selymi|Points 7372|

User: Accepting credit for someone else’s work is an example of: a. Trust-inducing behavior. b. Facilitating change. c. Trust-reducing behavior. d. Political savvy.

Weegy: Accepting credit for someone else's work is an example of trust-reducing behavior.
jpixie86|Points 5|

User: The most effective type of personal influence to use when “buy-in” is required is: a. Position influence b. Interpersonal influence c. Domineering influence d. Political influence

Weegy: b. Interpersonal influence Satisfied? Please click GOOD
genie23|Points 160|

User: Jane explains an idea that she has for improving emergency communications with the hearing impaired. Arnold tells Jane that he agrees that there is a need and likes her general concept, then mentions a few concerns that he has about implementing it. Next he offers an idea and asks Jane’s opinion of how it would mesh with her original purpose. This conversation is an example of: a. Agreement b. Constructive disagreement c. Delegation d. Trust-reducing behavior

Weegy: This conversation is an example of constructive disagreement.
Expert answered|debnjerry|Points 26115|

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