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According to the path-goal theory of leadership, the main function of a leader

According to the path-goal theory of leadership, the main function of a leader

According to the path-goal theory of leadership, the main function of a leader is to clarify and set goals with subordinates, to help them to find the best path for achieving the goals, and to remove the obstacles to their performance and need satisfaction. All of the following statements are true except


[A] Directive leadership is appropriate if tasks already are well structured


[B] Directive leadership will create greater dissatisfaction if the task and the authority or rule  system are dissatisfying


[C] Supportive leadership is less important if the primary work group provides social supportto its members


[D] If the task or authority system is dissatisfying, supportive leadership is especially appropriate, because it offers one positive source of gratification in an otherwise negative situation

Liam Smith 28-Nov-2017

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