Psychological Test

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The following items describe aspects of leadership behavior. Respond to each item according to the way you would be most likely to act if you were the leader of a work group. Circle whether you would be likely to behave in the described way Always (A), Frequently (F), Occasionally (O), Seldom (S), or Never (N).

If I were the leader of a work group…………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

1. I would most likely act as the spokesman of the group.

2. I would allow members complete freedom in their work.
3. I would encourage the use of uniform procedures
4. I would permit the members to use their own judgment in solving problems.
5. I would needle members for greater effort.
6. I would let the members do their work the way the way they think best.
7. I would keep the work moving at a rapid pace.
8. I would turn the members loose on a job, and let them go to it.
9. I would settle conflicts when they occur in the group.
10. I would be reluctant to allow the members any freedom o f action.
11. I would decide what shall be done and how it shall be done.
12. I would push for increased production.
13. I would assign group members to particular tests.
14. I would be willing to make changes.
15. I would schedule the work to be done.
16. I would refuse to explain my actions.
17. I would persuade others that my ideas are to their advantage.
18. I would permit the group to set its own pace.


Assume you are involved in each of the following twelve situations. Read each item carefully. Think about what YOU would do in each circumstance. Then circle the letter of the action choice that YOU think would most closely describe your behavior in the situation presented. Circle only one choice.

Do not respond to the items as if they were part of a test or in terms of what you think a leader or manager ought to behave in the past when you were faced with situations similar to those described or in terms of the way you think you would behave if you were faced with each of the situations described. In reading each situation, interpret key concepts in terms of the environment or situation, in which you most often think of yourself assuming a leadership role. For example, when an item mentions subordinates, if you think that you engage in leader behavior most often as an industrial manager, then think about your staff as subordinates. As if however, you think of yourself as assuming a leadership role usually as parent, think about children as your subordinates. Do not change your situational frame or reference from one item to another.

Respond to the items sequentially, that is, do the item 1 before you do item 2, and so on. Do not spend too much time, respond to each item as if you were responding to a real life situation. Do not go back over each, stay with your original response.



1.Your subordinates are no longer responding to your friendly conversation and obvious concern for their welfare. Their performance is declining rapidly.

2.The observable performance of your group is increasing. You have been making sure that all members are aware of their responsibilities and expected standards of performance.

3.Members of your group are unable to solve a problem themselves. You have normally left them alone. Group performance and interpersonal relations have been good.

4.You are considering a major change. Your subordinates have a fine record of accomplishment. They respect the need for change

5.The performance of your group has been dropping during the last few months. Member have been unconcerned with meeting objectives. Redefining roles and responsibilities has helped in the past. They have continually needed reminding to have their tasks done on time.

6.You stepped into an efficiently run organization, which the previous administrator tightly controlled. You want to maintain a productive situation, but would like to begin humanizing the environment.

7.You are considering changing to a structure that will be new to your group. Members of the group have made suggestions about needed change. The group has been productive and demonstrated flexibility in its operations.

8.Group performance and interpersonal relations are good. You feel somewhat unsure about your lack of direction of the group.

9.Your superior has appointed you to head a task force that is far overdue in making requested recommendations for change. The group is not clear on its goals. Attendance at sessions has been poor. Their meetings have turned into social gatherings. Potentially they have the talent necessary to help.

10.You have been promoted to a new position. The previous supervisor was uninvolved in the affairs of the group. The group has adequately handled its tasks and directions. Group inter-B relations are good.

11.Your subordinates, usually able to take responsibility, are not responding to your recent redefining of standards.

12.Recent information indicates some internal difficulties among subordinates. The group has a remarkable record of accomplishment. Members have effectively maintained. Long range goals. They have worked in harmony for the past year. All are well qualified for the task.

Personality Profile Questionnaire

  • This questionnaire is made up of descriptive phrases that you will check as applying to yourself.

  • There are no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ answers. Everyone has some of each one of these traits.Be objective about yourself. Don’t gloss over faults, but also don’t overlook good things about yourself.

Answer each one quickly. Your first reaction will be your best answer.

  • Choose one number for each phrase that best describes how you see yourself now.

  • No one is the same all the time, but rate yourself the way you are most of the time in everyday situations.

  • The information you give one this questionnaire is confidential.

Fit me as I am now QUITE WELL = 4
That best fits how you see QUITE WELL = 4
Yourself as you actually are SOMEWHAT= 3
Now. Place the number of the SLIGHTLY = 2
Answer in the space provided NOT AT ALL = 1

1. I am very sympathetic and understanding when others have problems.
2.I have strong opinions and I don’t change them easily.  
3.Taking care of the needs of others is one of my great satisfactions in life.
4.Tradition and custom are very important to me
5.I am very lenient and forgiving towards others  
6.I am a tough and critical taskmaster.
7.I believe most people are fundamentally good.
8.I often take a leadership position because I am sure I know best what ought to be done.
9.Helping others to grow and achieve their potential is one of my great satisfactions in life.
10.I feel it is my duty to use my knowledge and strength to protect other less strong people.
11.People in trouble often ask me for advice and help.       
12.If I know someone had done something wrong I would feel obliged to see that they were brought to justice and punished.
13.When I see someone having trouble doing something, am glad to take over and do it for them.               
14.I have very clear ideas about what is right and wrong and I don’t hesitate to judge others by these standards.
15.Whenever someone needs help I will come to their rescue if I possibly can. 
16.I don’t mind prodding people if its necessary to get them to do what they are supposed to do.
17.I often feel anxious and fearful.                          
18.My moods are quite unpredictable, I often act on impulse
19.I am a rational, logical thinker.
20.I often feel sad, depressed, gloomy.      
21.I don’t like delayed gratification. I want what I want when I want it.
22.I am usually cool and unemotional when confronted with a problem.               
23.I feel it’s important to strive to be as nearly perfect as possible in whatever I do.      
24.I am sensual, sexual person.      
25.I analyze the facet before making a decision.     
26.I am good at figuring out what other people want and adapting my behavior to please them.         
27.I believe it is best to always be obedient to those in authority.  
28.I like lots of stimulation and excitement around me.
29. I am well informed, I get the facts about things.
30.I have a low boiling point, I lose my temper a lot.
31.I am creative and I have lots of bright ideas.
32.I am open to receiving new information on all subjects.
33. When someone tells me what to do I often do the opposite
34. I am an exciting, lively person.                  
35. I am systematic and orderly. I plan ahead.
36. If someone wrongs me I feel resentful for a long time. 
37. I am very curious, I like to explore new things.
38. The things other people say and do often make me feel bad.
39.I don’t mind manipulating or tricking people and little bit to get what I want.
40. I have a reputation for being fair and objective.                                
41. I am a very open person, I don’t worry about concealing how I am feeling.                      
42. I try to keep a stiff upper lip even when I am deeply hurt inside.
43. I am very spontaneous, I am a free spirit              
44. I am very good at describing things accurately and clearly to other people
45. I am clumsy and awkward.          
46. I feel helpless and incapable of dealing with many situations               
47. I try very hard to live up to the expectations that other people have of me
48. When someone is angry with me I try to be conciliatory        
49. I am playful and full of fun
50. When faced with conflicting points of view I usually Look for a compromise position between the two extremes

Exercise: 4

1. Give the picture a suitable title
2. Write a paragraph on what you think it is all about.

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