Directions : Read the following passage carefully to answer these questions that follow in the content of the passage.
Certain words are printed in bold in the passage to help you locate then while answering some of questions.
Administration is, needed an art by itself, demanding on the part of the administrator's special knowledge, training and experience in the management of public affairs and a masterly technique and skill in handling people.
Administration, ultimately, means the ability to handle people farily and firmly with understanding and sympathy. The more an administrator knows about the people, the better will be able to get along with them and the better will his administration.
It is true that he rules best who rules lest. An able administrator will not rely so much on the powers and privileges vested in him to discharge his duties as on his moral strength, character, influence and example. He knows that he is a leader of men and must lead going infront and no drive them from behind.
There is only one way to get anybody to do anything and that is by making the other person want to do it, i.e., by motivating him. You can make an employee you his co-operation by threatening to dismiss him but this is a crude method with undesirable repercussions.
The desire for a feeling of importance is one of the chief distinguishing differences between man and animal. It is this feeling that inspires and encourages man to strive for
self-improvment and success in life. It an uneducated,k poverty-stricken, grovery clerk, Abraham Lincon, ultimately became president of the United State of America, the driving force was this desire for a feeling of importance. It was the same feeling that inspired Charles Dickens to write immortable
Common goals are desriable, but these
A do not ensure international co-operation
B lead to unnecessary tension
C encourage rivalry between super powers
D lead to destruction of mankind