CPPD-LEAD09-003 (PH-1) - Petty Officer First Class Selectee Leadership Course, Phase One Student Gui

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  1. What are the four stages that a leader must recognize sailors go through with each change?
    Denial, Resistance, Adaptation, Involvement
  2. The Navy Good Conduct Medal is awarded on a selective basis to recognize how many years of continuous active duty service and above-average conduct?
    Three
  3. Out of the four power bases of naval leadership which one is based on the desire of followers to identify with their leaders and be accepted by them.
    Referent
  4. Who has final authority to withhold a privilege?
    Level of authority empowered to grant the privilege
  5. Which article of the U.S. Navy Regulations addresses abuse of authority and forbids persons in authority from injuring their subordinates by tyrannical or capricious conduct or by abusive language.
    1023
  6. Out of the four power bases of naval leadership which one is the perceived ability to provide punishment or consequences for not performing.
    Coercive
  7. What is the lowest form of punishment in the Navy?
    NJP or Captain's Mast
  8. Where does General Authority stem from?
    General authority stems from the requirement to maintain good order and discipline with all matters that affect the efficiency of the command.
  9. What are the four types of individual decision making styles?
    Authoritative, Consultative, Facilitative, and Delegative
  10. In what year was the Navy Commendation Medal authorized?
    1944
  11. What are the four types of mentoring partnerships?
    Supervisory, Situational, Formal, and Informal
  12. What is EMI intended to do?
    Correct a deficiency
  13. What should always be the objective when recommending or awarding punishment?
    Improved performance
  14. What are three Non-punitive corrective measures in the Navy?
    EMI, Withholding of privileges, Extension of working hours
  15. When discussing leadership styles which style refers to the type of people who always give others what they want without speaking their minds.
    Lose-Win/Accommodation
  16. Out of the three general types of authority which type is set forth in Navy Regulations and the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) and ensures orders are backed by the punitive articles that provide punishment for insubordinate conduct or failure to obey a lawful order?
    Legal
  17. Which article of the U.S. Navy Regulations states that "All persons in the naval service are required to obey readily and strictly, and to execute promptly, the lawful orders of their superiors.
    1132
  18. EMI will not be conducted over a period of time that is longer than?
    The time necessary to correct the performance deficiency
  19. Which type of counseling is conducted to help Sailors achieve and sustain a high level of performance?
    Performance
  20. Which act places limitations on files that may be maintained on individuals?
    The Privacy act of 1974
  21. When discussing leadership styles which style refers to the type of people who see the benefits to conflict and work toward a solution that will meet the needs and concerns of all parties.
    Win-Win/Collaboration
  22. During a brief in order to be more effective how long should you hold eye contact with each of your audience members?
    3 seconds
  23. When discussing leadership styles which style refers to the type of person who only worries about having their own needs met and does not care much about other's needs or concerns.
    Win-Lose/Competition
  24. EMI will not normally be assigned for more than how many hours per day?
    2
  25. What are the two major types of oral briefs?
    Formal and Informal
  26. What three parts are responsibilities based on?
    Rules, Regulations, Tradition
  27. What are the three parts of Naval Leadership?
    Responsibility, authority, accountability
  28. Which type of counseling is conducted when an individual has violated a specific order or regulation?
    Disciplinary
  29. What are the four general types of counseling sessions?
    Personal, Career, Performance, and Disciplinary
  30. Out of the four power bases of Naval leadership which one is derived from being perceived as one with considerable experience that makes you an expert in your rating and in your knowledge of the work center and the larger command.
    Expert
  31. In what year was the Navy Achievement Medal authorized?
    1962
  32. What are the two different types of motivation?
    Intrinsic and Extrinsic
  33. Which type of counseling is necessary when a Sailor has difficulty coping with situations, either on or off the job?
    Personal
  34. What are the three part of the Writers Triangle?
    Audience, Writer, Subject
  35. Out of the four power bases of naval leadership which one is the power that comes with the authority of your rate and position in the chain of command.
    Legitimate
  36. Which instruction provides guidance in performance evaluations?
    BUPERSINT 1610.10A
  37. Out of the three general types of authority which type is authority that makes a person step in and take over when an emergency arises and action is required?
    Moral
  38. Depriving Sailors of normal liberty as a punishment is illegal except when?
    When sailors are required to work outside normal working hours to accomplish an essential task
  39. When discussing leadership styles which style refers to the type of people who neither stand up for their own needs, nor make sure the other person is happy; they just retreat and avoid the issue by withdrawing from the conflict.
    Lose-Lose/Avoidance
  40. Which instruction defines the Navy's policy on Hazing?
    SECNAVINST 1610.2A
  41. What form would you use to document a sailors counseling session?
    NAVPERS 1616/25
  42. How does the SORN define Organizational Authority?
    Organizational authority derives from billets assigned to officers and petty officers within the organization
  43. What document is used to track one's progress toward career, professional, and personal growth?
    IDP
  44. What are the four power bases of naval leadership?
    Expert, Referent, Legitimate, Coercive
  45. Which article of the U.S. Navy Regulations states that if a person delegates authority, they shall not be relieved from any responsibility imposed upon them, and that they shall ensure the delegated authority is properly exercised and their orders and instructions are properly executed.
    1022
  46. What are the four types of group decision making styles?
    Individual/Authority, Minority/Coalition, Majority, Consensus
  47. What two categories do the factors that impact performance evaluations generally fall into?
    Quantitative and non-quantitative
  48. Authority should be delegated to whom?
    The lowest level of competence
  49. Which type of counseling is an important component of Sailor development?
    Career
  50. Out of the three general types of authority which type grows out of the respect a leader commands. It stems from leadership qualities that make others obey, even if no law requires them to do so.
    Earned.

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