Is your workplace toxic?

In order to be awarded CPD units you must answer the following five random multiple-choice questions correctly. If you fail the test, please reread the article before attempting the questions again.

  1. Destructive leadership can be defined as -

  2. Destructive leadership behaviours are not rare or even uncommon. One implication is that -

  3. Consider a leader who does special favours for friends or family members at the expense of the organisation. This behaviour is an example of an -

  4. A leader who ignores conflicts within their team could be said to be engaging in -

  5. An example of an employee-directed behaviour low in hostility is -

  6. External factors may alter the incidence of destructive leadership behaviours. Which of the following would be most likely to increase the incidence of destructive leadership behaviours?

  7. When it comes to choosing a personality test to assess candidates' destructive leadership tendencies -

  8. Which of the following solutions is most likely to reduce destructive leadership within organisations?

  9. The best way to reduce the prevalence of destructive leadership behaviours would be to -

  10. Which of the following would likely be the most effective way to reduce the incidence of destructive leadership within real organisations?

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