GLST 220 Quiz 4 Liberty University
- As with any cultural bias, oftentimes we’re not even aware of our leadership assumptions.
- All of the following are results of Cultural Intelligence except:
- For meaningful cross-cultural experiences to be occur, the following two things must be
a part of the experience:
- Our readings have identified 6 cultural clusters based on Ronen and Shenkar’s work.
- All of these countries are part of the Germanic cluster except:
- An individual with a polychromic cultural orientation are able to combine their work and personal lives well.
- The extent to which communication is indirect and emphasizes roles and implicit understanding.
- According to Livermore, the purpose of enhancing our cultural intelligence is:
- The extent to which you are at ease with unknown, unpredictable outcomes.
- In _________________________ cultures where status distinctions are important, leaders would be well advised to treat individuals with heightened status with more respect than they might do in a U.S. context.
- Melody Harper shared a story about a company that had to forgo the “employee of the month” program in lieu of a “restaurant of the month” program. This was reflective of a ___________________ culture.
- The key question for _______________ is: “What do I need to plan to do this cross-cultural assignment successfully?
- Refers to the standard we use to judge people’s behavior.
- Which of the following is a component of Cultural Intelligence?
- The extent to which differences in equality and status are expected and accepted.
- The Arab culture has a high individualism cultural orientation.
- An informal legal system is just as binding as a formal legal system even though the rules may not be written down.
- An individual with an affective cultural orientation is more likely to hide what they are feeling.
- It’s not really necessary for an individual high in CQ knowledge to plan their cross-cultural encounters.
- An individual who is considering an expat assignment is worried whether she can cope with the different living conditions. This is most likely to be reflected in which CQ score?
- The extent to which quality of life and meeting goals are emphasized and valued.
- The emphasis on how results are best accomplished.
- Your ability to lead rests solely on your behavior as a leader and has nothing to do with the expectations and stereotypes of your followers.
- In developing CQ action the three kinds of communication behaviors that most need our attention are:
- Suspending judgments is more difficult for a person who has a low _________.
1. The priority on social relationships and emotions versus achievement and competition.
2. The extent to which action and results are emphasized and valued.
3. In _________________________ cultures where status distinctions are important, leaders would be well advised to treat individuals with heightened status with more respect than they might do in a U.S. context.
4. The extent to which there is a willingness to await success.
5. The extent to which communication is indirect and emphasizes roles and implicit understanding.
6. According to Livermore, the purpose of enhancing our cultural intelligence is:
7. In developing CQ action the three kinds of communication behaviors that most need our attention are:
8. Which of the following best describes the nature of CQ?
9. The extent to which risk is reduced or avoided through planning and guidelines.
10. The extent to which personal identity is de ned in terms of individual or group characteristics.
11. For meaningful cross‐cultural experiences to be occur, the following two things must be a part of the experience:
12. For individuals from __________________ cultures, beware of ridiculing a place that just “doesn’t bother” to label its road or provide explicit instructions.
13. Which of the following is a component of CQ?
14. The extent to which di erences in power and status are expected and accepted.
15. An individual who is considering an expat assignment is worried whether she can cope with the di erent living conditions. This is most likely to be re ected in which CQ score?
16. Cultural Intelligence is like your personality; you’re stuck with what you have.
17. Melody Harper shared a story about a company that had to forgo the “employee of the month” program in lieu of a “restaurant of the month” program. This was re ective of a ___________________ culture.
18. Economics determines whether a family will have a kinship or nuclear family orientation.
19. Which of the following is least associated with a person high in CQ Action?
20. It’s not really necessary for an individual high in CQ knowledge to plan their cross‐ cultural encounters.
21. is the key link between our cultural understanding and behaving in ways that result in e ective leadership.
22. Suspending judgments is more di cult for a person who has a low
23. All of the following are results of CQ except:
24. The three key experiences that consistently reveal a positive relationship with CQ include all but:
25. An informal legal system is not as binding as a formal legal system since the rules are not written down.
- Having the interest, confidence, and drive to adapt cross-culturally
- The millennium is the time immediately before the second coming: he will return after it. This “millennial age” will be a period of peace and righteousness in which more and more people will become Christians and the world will grow more godly.
- True/False: The story ended when Jesus died and then rose again.
- Short term mission trip volunteers should make sure that their trip is
- Leaders with low CQ are better able to drive growth in new cultural markets and effectively serve diverse customers.
- There is only one way to effectively assess your team’s progress toward becoming more culturally intelligent.
- Because it takes so long to learn a culture enough to be effective, short term mission trips are not effective.
- Cultural intelligence is not a proven way of enhancing your personal leadership capabilities and it provides a framework for designing a more effective global organization.
- The degree to which you’ve participated in multicultural teams does not play a role in helping you to adapt to various cultural situations.
- Some personality traits that are naturally built into us may predispose us to the way we relate to different cultures.
- True/False: Racial and linguistic differences are the only cultural factors to consider when leading a diverse church congregation.
- The most typical way organizations develop culturally intelligent teams is through learning and development initiatives.
- High CQ Drive provides leaders with the motivation to interact with their fellow negotiators.
- True/False: Everyone in a church should be ok worshipping with the same music and participating in the same activities. Churches shouldn’t have to adapt to various groups within their church.
- It takes a long time to fully understand a new culture to be effective in working within that culture.
- Whether you lead effectively is a reflection of your followers’ expectations of leaders.
- Emphasis on specifics and unique standards based on relationships
- 50% of leading executives identified cross-cultural leadership as the top management challenge for the next century.
- ensures some equality of access for everyone in society to basic resources
- True/False: Everyone naturally knows how to communicate across cultures.
- True/False: CQ Strategy is how we use the understanding we gain from CQ
- Changing verbal and nonverbal actions appropriately when interacting cross- culturally best describes
- Emphasis on quality of life
- True/False: CQ Knowledge includes growing our understanding of the distinct ways organizations celebrate successes, motivate teams, and share their stories.
- What does the creation story teach us about work?