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___ is a an unstructured,free flowing, informal, anything goes leadership style, in which anything goes
Laissez-Faire
____ is a highly structured, formal,___-oriented style in which the leader instructs and the participant ____
Autocratic

task

follows
____ is a shared leadership that is semiformal. The instructor participates as both a leader and a ____ of the group. Goals are set ____ and the whole group forms the final decision
Democratic

member
Laissez Faire style is good for groups who are (skilled/non-skilled?) and are highly motivated. The group (prefers/doesn't prefer?) to direct themselves.
skilled

prefers
Which style is useful for instructing something like increasing agility?
Autocratic because it is for specific skill instruction
___ is good for groups that are less motivated and less skilled
Autocratic
Autocratic is for groups who prefer a more ___ learning environment
structured
Which style is for group and leadership development?
Democratic
Democratic style ensures that participants are ____ to their ____ _____
contributing to their

learning experience
People learn best when they perceive that the learning process and its results have ____
personal meaning
A Successful (___) change happens when:
- a skill is ____
- conscious decisions are involed and how to deal with ____ is included
-___ and ____ are linked for the purpose of controlling behaviour
permanent change

skill is learned

setbacks

knowledge and actions
What are the stages of change?
pre-contemplation, contemplation, prep, action, maintenance
Who are the three People that invented the ____ change theory?

It is a ____-help approach in which teh person is fully involved.

Also it is a ____-theoretical model
Prochaska, Norcross and Diclemente invented behaviour change theory

Self-help approach

Trans-theoretical
___ stage is when they are not intending to change; their ___ may be incomplete; they may be ____; they may not think about their ___; they think the ___ for not changing ____ cons
pre-contemplation
awareness
demoralized
habits
pros
outweigh