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FEMA IS 240.B: Leadership and Influence Answers

1. Which of the following actions is likely to reduce trust? 
2. You are leading and influencing when you are doing all of the following EXCEPT: 
3. Most leaders find that increased self-knowledge helps them leverage their strengths and increase their self-confidence. 
4. People are more likely to “buy in” to an organization’s strategy if: 
5. People with political savvy make decisions that: 
6. When discussing and generating ideas with team members, you should: 
7. Being an ally involves reciprocity, which means: 
8. Demonstrating conviction, courage, compassion, and care for the community can: 
9. Which of the following is NOT an example of a trust-building behavior? 
10. Coaching is convincing people of their own ability to do the job. 
11. Which of the following is NOT an example of effective leadership? 
12. Leadership involves providing ______, direction, coordination, and motivation toward achieving emergency management goals. 
13. Lack of leadership in emergency management can result loss of public trust, property or even lives. 
14. Acknowledging a mistake publicly is: A.
15. Someone working out of the Leader paradigm is likely to: 
16. The first stage of the change process should be: 
17. In emergency management, you must focus solely on building trust with those above you in the organization. 
18. Creating an implementation plan, implementing the change, and monitoring the impact of the change are important parts of: 
19. Your ability to influence others is also enhanced by effective ______________ skills. 
20. When soliciting authentic feedback as a means of increasing self-knowledge, you should: 
21. Effective delegation involves: 
22. Seeing people who resist you as adversaries is part of an alliance mindset. 
23. Delegating and mentoring are examples of: 
24. Which of the following would be an effective approach for encouraging authentic feedback? 
25. During the advocacy phase of a discussion, you should: