SCOPE Book 1 Test Welcome to your SCOPE of Leadership Book 1 Test Name Company Email The acronym "SCOPE" stands for: Strong, Competent, Outgoing, Personal, Enthusiastic Significant Competencies of Pretentious Executives Self, Communications, Others, Partnerships, Execution Special Characteristics of Purpose and Execution How many competencies are in the SCOPE of Leadership framework: 5 12 28 38 People's behaviors are result of: Conscious thought Unconscious thought Circumstances All of the above The "Coach" leadership approach is characterized by: Developing, facilitating, and enabling Commanding, controlling, and telling Prioritizing, directing, and aligning Visioning, changing, and teaming The definition of great leadership is: Having significant power, authority, and responsibility. The ability to achieve a desired result through the influence of people who follow and perform by choice. Being well-known and receiving significant media attention about industry accomplishments. Having charisma and the ability to communicate eloquently. The five capabilities that determine athletic (and business) performance: Talent, procedures, policies, controls, and appraisals. Relationships, goals, genes, strength, and adaptability. Technique, equipment, mental fitness, physical fitness, and teamwork. Education, training, seminars, research, and information. The four stages of career contribution are: Learning, earning, plateauing, and retiring. Dependent contribution, independent contribution, contributing through others, contributing strategically. Individual contributor, manager, executive, and president. Apprentice, foreman, superintendent, and manager. Which of the following best describes the difference between a manager and a leader: Managers are lower level and have only a few employees; leaders are more senior and have many employees. Managers focus on the work; leaders focus on the vision. Managers are direct and assertive; leaders are inspirational and motivating. Managers focus on numbers and accountability; leaders focus on people and that which produces results. Which of the following is not one of the trends disrupting the leadership status quo: Ignorance is being eliminated by information. Commanding is being exchanged for coaching. Social media is replacing all other forms of communications. Independence is shifting to interdependence. Which of the following best describes a "Delta Roadmap": An individual development plan. A map of a faucet. A career plan. A performance appraisal. Time is Up!