Leader Behaviour Analysis II To score high on style effectiveness, you must not only show a high level of flexibility in style selection, but you must also choose the most appropriate leadership style for that situation. The totals at the bottom of the style effectiveness columns indicate how often you chose a poor, fair, good or excellent answer.
The LBA II provides feedback on self and others’ perceptions of your leadership style. This questionnaire consists of 20 typical work situations involving a leader and one or more direct reports. Assume you are the leader. Circle the one response (A, B, C, or D) that best describes the action you would take in each situation.
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