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L4: Quiz 

  • 2021 update

 Question 1

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Empathic listening

  •   makes the person talking feel listened to and understood.
  •   an emotional response to the talker's body language.
  •   offering an immediate solution.
  •   takes extra time for the listener.

 Question 2

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Empathic listening is useful when

  •   trust is low
  •    you do not understand the other person
  •   there is a need to release emotion
  •   the positive atmosphere is in jeopardy
  •   all of the above
  •   some of the above

Question 3

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According to the National Staff Development Council, veteran educators might best provide insight to educators who are new to the field by (mark all that apply):

  •   providing basic career guidance to individuals
  •   giving advice to individuals
  •   providing group-based mentoring
  •   Never providing advice

 Question 4

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The best way to show someone you are listening is to

  •   ask a lot of questions
  •   ask questions with a yes/no answer
  •   never ask questions
  •   don't ask too many questions

 

Question 5

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Empathy is the ability to put yourself into the personality of another person. This allows you to better understand that person's emotions or feelings. Being empathic strengthens interpersonal effectiveness of an individual's personal and professional life.

  •   True
  •   False

 Question 6

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Traditional ideas of mentoring involve a more senior individual within the protégé's organization, who serves as a teacher, adviser, or sponsor. Higgins and Kram expand upon this notion by

  •   suggesting mentors work in another area of the organization so as to add diversity.
  •   promoting individuals rely on multiple mentors for developmental support throughout their careers.
  •   suggesting senior colleagues need mentors the most, and should seek mentors outside their organization.
  •   making it clear that mentors and mentees need to work in unison to address the organization's priorities.

 Question 7

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A developmental network involves

  •   one primary mentor-mentee relationship that spans many years.
  •   developing a network of administrators who can help you make decisions.
  •   strong relationships in the workplace.
  •   multiple concurrent relationships

 Question 8

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Four broad categories of change that lead Higgins and Kram to develop the Developmental Network perspective are: globalization, ___________, virtual businesses, the ever-changing nature of organizational work for the protégé and for the mentor, and increasing workplace diversity.

  •   better leadership techniques
  •   technology
  •   prioritization
  •   stable cultures

Question 9

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Mentoring scholars/researchers suggest there are two types of support. These include

  •   mentor support and protégé support.
  •   career support and emotional support.
  •   mentor support and mentee support.
  •   career support and psychosocial support.

 Question 10

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A developmental network consists of relationships with individuals a protégé feels are important to his or her career development _______________.

  •   at a time when it is important for career development.
  •   throughout their career.
  •   and include both personal and professional connections.
  •   None of the above
  •   All of the above

 Question 11

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For Higgins and Kram, developers include anyone in the protégé's development network, whether they provide career psychosocial development assistance.

  •   True
  •   False

 Question 12

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Establishing many mentors, most of whom work within the protégé's organization, is the most advantageous structure to professional development.

  •   True
  •   False

 Question 13

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On average, when a relationship demonstrates interdependence, reciprocity, mutuality, and frequency of communication, it is considered to have

  •   weak ties in terms of relationship strength, which produces individuals who are highly motivated
  •   strong ties in terms of relationship strength, which produces individuals who are highly motivated.
  •   weak ties in terms of relationship strength, which produces individuals who are seldom motivated.
  •   strong ties in terms of relationship strength, which produces individuals who are seldom motivated.

 Question 14

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__________ and ____________ are the two factors that determine a developmental network typology.

  •   Internet connectivity, computer access
  •   distance from the protégé, communication tools
  •   relationship strength, collaboration capabilities
  •   network diversity, relationship strength

 Question 15

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In the developmental network model by Higgins and Kram, the most advantageous structure is when developers (a.k.a. mentors) have relationships with one another.

  •   True
  •   False

 Question 16

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The type of network that has the strongest ties and the highest range of diversity is a/an _____________ network.

  •   traditional
  •   receptive
  •   entrepreneurial
  •   opportunistic

 Question 17

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Mentoring relationships that are denoted as having strong ties are more likely to ____________.

  •   last a long time.
  •   have high levels of trust
  •   survive when others fail.
  •   None of the above

Question 18

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A possible outcome or consequence for having an entrepreneurial-typology developmental network is

  •   the ability to see career changes such as mergers, acquisitions, downsizings, etc., as developmental opportunities.
  •   that the protégé is more inclined to start his or her own business.
  •   the inclusion of more mentors in the developmental network.

 Question 19

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A possible outcome or consequence for having an entrepreneurial-typology developmental network is

  •   clarity about one's identity
  •   clarity about personal values, strengths, and weaknesses
  •   Increased awareness of developmental needs, reactions, and patterns of behaviors
  •   All of the above
  •    None of the above

Question 20

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Motivation to support a protégé is weak when emotional ties are strong between the developer and the protégé.

  •   True
  •   False

 



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