ASIP-PM1-8b Leadership Styles Knowledge Check


Leadership styles may be context-dependent and contingent on your values, the type of organization that you work in, and the needs of your group. You may find that, depending on the situation, one's leadership style could change; you will also notice that a single individual may display a combination of leadership styles at any given moment.

Scenario: In this activity, we will explore six leadership styles: autocratic (or authoritarian), democratic (or participative), laissez-faire (or freedom/delegative), structural, servant, and transformational.

Instruction: Use each leadership style once in this knowledge check. Click on your answer, and then click the blue arrow to go to the next question. After you have selected answers for all six scenarios, click the blue "Check" button. Click the blue "Show Solution" button to review the correct answers. You can then click the blue arrow to go to the next solution.

References: Available in H5P metadata.

Attribution: This activity is used in the Arts & Science Internship Program's open educational resource, "Ideation and Planning Skills for Employment Success", available through eCampusOntario's Open Library in Spring 2023.

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