Kurt Lewin, a researcher at the University of Iowa, and his colleagues, proposed three leadership styles. viz., autocratic, democratic and laissez-faire. Which of the following statements is not true regarding these three leadership styles?
[A]A democratic leader actively tries to solicit the input of subordinates.
[B]A laissez-faire leader avoids making decisions
[C]An autocratic leader will always have low performance from employees
[D]A democratic leader usually requires a consensus before reaching a decision
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